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Tottenam Hotspur rallied from three goals down to earn a 3-3 draw at West Bromwich Albion.
West Brom hit Spurs with a goal inside 30 seconds. A cross from Morgan Amalfitano was not dealt with effectively by Hugo Lloris, and Matej Vydra was on hand to drive the ball home.
The Baggies doubled their lead on four minutes. Again, Tottenham failed to deal with a cross into the box, and Chris Brunt was well placed to volley beyond Lloris.
Spurs were handed a route back into the game on 13 minutes when Danny Rose was felled in the box by Amalfitano, but Emmanuel Adebayor’s penalty was saved by Ben Foster.
West Brom went three to the good on 31 minutes, as Stephane Sessegnon burst onto a poor header from Younes Kaboul and slipped the ball beyond Lloris.
Tottenham grabbed a lifeline on 34 minutes when Jonas Olsson turned a cross from Kyle Naughton into his own net.
Harry Kane caused palpitations in the West Brom camp when heading home on 70 minutes, and Spurs snatched a point when Christian Eriksen scored deep in injury time.
Spurs head coach Tim Sherwood told the club's official Twitter feed, "We had chances in the 1st half, we were opening them up and we had belief at HT, we told them ‘relax, and the chances will come’."
Spurs will now be looking to find a winning formula to ensure European competition next season when they play host to Fulham next Saturday.
Albion will be aiming to ensure their Premier League status when they make the daunting trip to Manchester City a week on Monday.
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Passing Success: 60%-80%