Spurs boss Jose Mourinho, speaking to BBC Sport: "It is easy for me to praise West Ham. They were losing 3-0 for the majority of the game. The game was controlled, they didn't have chances and then late in the game, they score and increased their belief.
"They were lucky but maybe they deserved that luck. We were unlucky but maybe we deserved that.
"Harry Kane hit the post, it could be 4-0. Bale can score the fourth and kill it. Out of context, based on free-kicks and and second balls, they found a style.
"We should be stronger. In the second half they risked quite a lot, pressing up and gave us more space. We should get an occasion to win the game.
"I don't know if it was us inviting them or them with the extra motivation of getting in the game. I cant identify us or them, maybe both."
Is it a lesson for the players? "For the team, yes. For individuals, no."
West Ham manager David Moyes to BBC Sport: "I hadn't thought we played badly in the first half, that's what I said at half-time, sometimes you feel you have to do something - we didn't, we made changes later on and they certainly made a big difference.
"The plan was not to go 4-0 down, we said if we got one we would see what happened. It is a growing confidence we have at West Ham at the moment, we missed some chances today.
"A really good performance from the players got us back into it. We thought we played really well, the football was good, we threatened them. We are playing against a team everyone is talking about and after 10 minutes I was thinking 'is this going to be six or seven?' We changed and it made us better.
"Since we came back from lockdown we've been a completely different team. We keep scoring goals, but need to get back to clean sheets."