Tottenham left in late to stun West Ham at White Hart Lane, coming from 2-1 down to win 3-2 in the most dramatic fashion.
Michail Antonio opened the scoring for the Hammers in the first half with a close range header. Shortly after the break, Harry Winks swept home his first Spurs goal to level up the contest.
Manuel Lanzini struck from the spot and the visitors looked as if they had done enough to go home with all three points.
That was until Harry Kane scored twice, the winner a penalty, to win it for the hosts at the death.
Here’s how Twitter reacted to the result and performance.
Quite fitting, really, that in West Ham's last league game at White Hart Lane, they'll somehow lose in the most hilarious fashion possible.
— Raj Bains (@BainsXIII) November 19, 2016
— Ledley King (@LedleyKing) November 19, 2016
It doesn't get much better than this.
— Chris Miller (@WindyCOYS) November 19, 2016
In a derby all that matters is the result, not the performance. Still not quite right but a fantastic comeback. Patience required.
— Andrew Gaffney (@GaffneyVLC) November 19, 2016
— Emma Storey (@JournoSpursEmma) November 19, 2016
— Ricky Sacks (@RickSpur) November 19, 2016
Gotta use this now please spurs. Absolutely dreadful performance and still somehow nicked it. Gotta take it and use it. PLEASE! #COYS
— Jon. (@jonhotspur88) November 19, 2016
those 2 mins could well be season defining #COYS
— kev green (@kev_g1) November 19, 2016
Let's be honest we were extremely fortunate today. Having said that, I can't have West Ham played well. We were just too narrow & passive.
— Paul O Keefe (@pokeefe1) November 19, 2016
— Nikhil Saglani (@Nikhil_Saglani) November 19, 2016
Winks and Kane with huge contributions – and they're both our own! So proud. Right back in the fight now. #COYS
— James Forster (@TheJamesForster) November 19, 2016
— David Lammy (@DavidLammy) November 19, 2016
We have actually won a game of professional football. This isn't the norm. The end is nigh.
— Spurs In The Blood (@SpursInTheBlood) November 19, 2016
— The Fighting Cock (@LoveTheShirt) November 19, 2016
Kane. Absolutely always, always there in the big moments. Doesn't shirk it, doesn't bottle it, wants it.
— General Burkinshaw (@TsideSpurs) November 19, 2016
First time two players called Harry have scored in the same PL game. It's truman.
— Duncan Alexander (@oilysailor) November 19, 2016
Harry Kane – either side of his injury, he's scored in his last 4 Premier League appearances (5 in 4). He's Tottenham's X Factor.
— Greg Stobart (@gstobart) November 19, 2016