Kane caps late comeback as Tottenham tops West Ham United

LONDON (AP) — Harry Kane scored in the 89th minute and again in injury time to propel Tottenham to a 3-2 win over West Ham, maintaining the team's unbeaten start to the English Premier League in dramatic style on Saturday.

Kane's winning goal came from the penalty spot in the first minute of stoppage time as West Ham unraveled late on White Hart Lane, with Winston Reid getting sent off for the visitors after collecting his second yellow card for pushing Kane in the final seconds.

Tottenham is the only unbeaten team in all four leagues in England.

Michail Antonio put West Ham ahead with a 24th-minute goal that was canceled out six minutes after halftime by Harry Winks on his first Premier League start.

West Ham went back in front thanks to Manuel Lanzini's penalty, after Reid was fouled by Vincent Janssen.

Spurs are three points behind first-place Liverpool.

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