Spurs can take little from a game that the visitors dominated.
In a shock result Tottenham Hotspur lost 0-3 at White Hart Lane to London rivals West Ham United and it was a sloppy performance all round for Andre Villas-Boas’ side.
Here are the players that failed for Spurs and those that shone for West Ham in perhaps the most surprising result of the new season so far.
What a display from the former Manchester United youth player from whom so much is expected, with Morrison capping off a fine display with the best goal of the match.
The midfielder’s strike was West Ham’s third and secured a dominant display from the away side, with their first win at Tottenham since 1999.
The central midfielder set the tone for the game with a classy showing that could not be matched by a multimillion pound Spurs midfield.
Noble played a superb pass to Ricardo Vaz Te for the Hammers’ second goal of the game.
The Irons’ 2012/13 Player of the Year was in great form again here for the east London team, opening the scoring and being dominant at the back.
It was a great all round performance from the New Zealand international.
The captain looked good in the first half but struggled after the break and was poor at the back as West Ham began their rout.
With the striker performing well in the Europa League and Roberto Soldado having not scored in the English top tier for four games, Defoe was preferred to the Spaniard.
Against the 30-year-old’s former side the forward could not produce anything attacking of note though and missed the England international’s only chance of the game.
The right-back’s indifferent form this season continues and after showing more defensive nous of late, went back to being sloppy at the back.
To make things worse Walker offered nothing going forward and will want to forget this game as soon as possible.