Jamie O’Hara took to Twitter after West Ham United’s 2-1 win over Tottenham and suggested that the away side were the better team.

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The Hammers put in an incredible shift against Spurs at the London Stadium.

And it has to be said that David Moyes outwitted Jose Mourinho tactically.

The West Ham players deserve every bit of credit they get this morning.

They covered every single blade of grass and their commitment to the cause was quite simply astonishing.

Jose Mourinho with David Moyes (Photo by KIRSTY WIGGLESWORTH/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Tottenham undoubtedly had a lot more possession and absolutely dominated the final 30 minutes of the game.

There is only one statistic that matters, however, and it’s in the top left hand corner of the screen. When the final whistle blew, it read 2-1 to the home team.

Jamie O’Hara takes to Twitter after West Ham beat Tottenham

Former Tottenham player and now persistent West Ham critic Jamie O’Hara clearly wasn’t happy with the outcome of the game.


He took to Twitter after the match and his message oozed bitterness:

Back in September, the talkSPORT pundit predicted that the Hammers would get relegated this season. He has already been proven wrong with that particular prophecy.

West Ham are currently sitting in fourth spot in the table. Incredibly, we are two points ahead of Chelsea, five clear of Liverpool, nine ahead of Tottenham and 11 in front of Arsenal!

Finishing inside the top four will be incredibly hard for the Hammers. But who says we can’t? David Moyes’s men just keep proving people wrong with each week that passes.

We have some incredibly hard games coming up.

David Moyes (Photo by FRANK AUGSTEIN/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Our next six games would strike fear into most teams. Between next Saturday and April 10th our games read like this – Manchester City away, Leeds at home, Manchester United away, Arsenal at home, Wolves away and Leicester at home.

If West Ham are to have any chance of top four, we have to be winning our home games against Leeds, Arsenal and Leicester. Moyes’s men would probably have to pick up something on the road at Wolves as well.

10 points from those six games would be a very decent return.

Let’s just hope that the boys are up to the task. It would be so sweet to prove Jamie O’Hara wrong yet again!

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