Tottenham Hotspur looks set to ride along with their new manager, Jose Mourinho as the Portuguese bags first win as Spurs manager during their visit to West Ham.
West Ham United ushered back Jose Mourinho into the management field after crumbling to a 1-3 defeat to the North London side.
West Ham defender Diop got his name on the list first, just 11 minutes into the game after an unallowed act had his name recorded on the yellow sheet.
Son Heung-Min opened the scoreing line for Spurs as he was provided an assist by Dele Alli during the 36th minute.
Alli on the other hand also had some good records to his name during the game as he won more tackles than any other player in the game during the first 45 minutes.
A good way to end the first half came from Lucas Moura late 43 minutes goal as he was assisted by Son, making the Korean have his name recorded on the list twice.
Super scorer, Harry Kane netted Spurs last goal of the game early into the second half as Aurier provided the assist at the 49th minute.
West Ham Antonio handed Spurs the defense-wake up call as he also found the back of the net during the 73rd minute before Ogbonna ended the game with a late finisher.
Jose has some good starting record now with Spurs as he once again defeated Pellegrini whom he also had replaced as Madrid manager years back.
Tottenham rose to the 6th place, same point with local rivals, Gunners who prepare to battle Southampton.
West Ham United risk the relegation zone as they are just few points away from the bottom point, sitting at the 16th place.
Jose would get a taste of Champions league games again as he sets to guide Spurs against their 26th November day Uefa opponents, Olympiacos.