Premier League Table As Tottenham Falter In Top-Four Battle
Antonio had scored in two of three Premier League starts against Tottenham (image courtesy Getty)

Tottenham’s bid to finish in the top four of the Premier League table suffered a huge setback on Saturday as they lost 1-0 to fellow London side West Ham at their new stadium.

Michail Antonio netted the only goal to stun the home fans who were experiencing defeat for the first time in the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium after five games.

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“The stress and the fatigue arrived. We are competing with circumstances that are not the best,” Pochettino said after the game.

Elsewhere, Everton and Crystal Palace played out a scoreless draw, Fulham edged out Cardiff 1-0, while Southampton and Bournemouth battled to a 3-3 draw, with Watford losing 2-1 at home to in-form Wolves and Brighton playing 1-1 with Newcastle.

After the match, here is the updated EPL table:

TEAMS P GD PTS
1 LIVERPOOL 36 64 91
2 MANCHESTER CITY 35 67 89
3 TOTTENHAM 36 29 70
4 CHELSEA 35 21 67
5 ARSENAL 35 23 66
6 MANCHESTER UNITED 35 13 64
7 WOLVES 35   1 51
8 WATFORD 35   0 50
9 EVERTON 35   6 49
10 LEICESTER 35   1 48
11 WEST HAM 35 -10 43
12 CRYSTAL PALACE 35  -5 42
13 NEWCASTLE UNITED 35  -9 41
14 BOURNEMOUTH 35 -13 41
15 BURNLEY 35 -18 40
16 SOUTHAMPTON 35 -17 37
17 BRIGHTON  35 -22 34
18 CARDIFF CITY 35 -35 31
19 FULHAM 35 -43 23
20 HUDDERSFIELD 36 -54 14