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Tottenham vs West Ham LIVE RESULT: Lanzini ROCKET levels game for West Ham after sensational fight back – The Sun

WEST HAM fought back in sensational fashion to draw 3-3 at Tottenham Hotspur.

Lanzini's 94th-minute rocket levelled the game as the Hammers scored ALL three goals in the final eight minutes.

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  • Sam Dymond

    HAMMERS TIME

    What a comeback from the east London side.

  • Sam Dymond

    MOURINHO'S REACTION

    Jose Mourinho was full of praise for West Ham despite his team throwing away a three-goal lead.

  • Sam Dymond

    MOYES' MOMENT OF GLORY

    The West Ham manager wouldn't have enjoyed much of his first game back in the dugout, but it ended with pure, unadulterated joy.

  • Sam Dymond

    LOVE FOR LANZINI

    Tears in one dressing room, tweets in the other.

  • Sam Dymond

    STUNNED IN STOPPAGE TIME

    Jose Mourinho feeling the frustrations of Fergie time.

  • Sam Dymond

    A CRAZY GAME

    What an astonishing afternoon that was in north London.

    At the final whistle, I felt more exhausted than some of the players.

    I need a cup of tea and a lie down.

    In the meantime, check out Marc Mayo's match report from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

  • Sam Dymond

    WHAT A STRIKE!

    Manuel Lanzini's sensational hit completes an unlikely comeback deep into stoppage time.

  • Sam Dymond

    FT: TOTTENHAM 3-3 WEST HAM

    Wow! It ends all square at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as three goals in the final eight minutes earn West Ham a point when they had appeared to have been blown away by the home side's first half display.

  • Sam Dymond

    PEEEEEEEP!

    THAT'S THE END OF AN ASTONISHING GAME!

  • Sam Dymond

    90+4. Unbelievable! Absolutely unbelievable!

    Spurs thought they had it won when Cresswell's set-piece was headed clear, but the ball was quickly worked back to Manuel Lanzini to line up a shot from 25 yards.

    It an incredible hit with the outside of the right boot that swerves up and away from Lloris before crashing into the top corner via the frame of the goal.

    A phenomenal goal to end a phenomenal game.

    Tottenham 3-3 WEST HAM

  • Sam Dymond

    INCREDIBLE!!

    WHAT A GOAL!!

    WHAT A GAME!!

    IT'S MANUEL LANZINI!!

    IT'S 3-3!!

  • Sam Dymond

    TOTTENHAM 3-2 WEST HAM

    90+4. A free-kick to West Ham in almost exactly the same position from which they scored their first.

  • Sam Dymond

    TOTTENHAM 3-2 WEST HAM

    90+2. Bale. Still Gareth Bale! Bale's going all the way! Inches wide!

    A brilliant run from the substitute as he weaves his way through West Ham's stretched defence before firing just wide.

    That would have killed the game off.

  • Sam Dymond

    TOTTENHAM 3-2 WEST HAM

    90. West Ham have four minutes of stoppage time to find an equaliser.

  • Sam Dymond

    TOTTENHAM 3-2 WEST HAM

    89. Lucas Moura buys some time by winning a free-kick from Masuaku.

    It earns the West Ham man a yellow card, and it's going to be his last action as he gives way to Snodgrass' arrival.

  • Sam Dymond

    TOTTENHAM 3-2 WEST HAM

    88. David Moyes is calling for attacking options as his side chase an unlikely point.

    Robert Snodgrass is going to be thrown into the mix.

  • Sam Dymond

    85. Well. Well. Well.

    Two goals in three minutes, and suddenly West Ham have hope!

    Nice interplay between Jarrod Bowen and Vladimir Coufal ends with the Czech wing-back fizzing in a cross that Davinson Sanchez heads beyond his own goalkeeper.

    Are Spurs beginning to panic?!

    Tottenham 3-2 WEST HAM

  • Sam Dymond

    OWN-GOAL!!

    WEST HAM HAVE ANOTHER!!

    DAVINSON SANCHEZ HEADS PAST HIS KEEPER!!

  • Sam Dymond

    84. West Ham score, but surely it's too little, too late.

    From a free-kick on the left, Aaron Cresswell whipped in a fine cross for Fabian Balbuena to head home.

    Tottenham 3-1 WEST HAM

  • Sam Dymond

    GOAAAAAAALL!

    FABIAN BALBUENA HEADS A CONSOLATION!

  • Sam Dymond

    500 NOT OUT

    Gareth Bale's introduction marks a significant landmark in the club career of the forward.

  • Sam Dymond

    TOTTENHAM 3-0 WEST HAM

    80. A fine shift from Son Heung-min.

    The exciting forward takes a well-earned rest as he makes way for Lucas Moura.

  • Sam Dymond

    TOTTENHAM 3-0 WEST HAM

    79. Post! Harry Kane goes so close to his hat-trick!

    It's the Son-Kane double act again as the former plays a lovely square pass into the path of the latter.

    Taking it on first time, the striker cushions his shot around a defender, only to see it crash off the outside of the woodwork.

  • Sam Dymond

    TOTTENHAM 3-0 WEST HAM

    77. A double change for the visitors as Manuel Lanzini and Andriy Yarmolenko come on for Fornals and Antonio.

  • Sam Dymond

    TOTTENHAM 3-0 WEST HAM

    76. Soucek goes into the book for bundling over Kane on the far touchline.

    In all the excitement of Gareth Bale's arrival, it wasn't mentioned that Ogbanna has also received a caution.

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Bahamas to lift quarantine restrictions for visitors on Nov. 1

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No more drama in the Bahamas.

Bahamian authorities will soon lift a 14-day quarantine restriction for visitors if they can continuously prove that they are negative for the coronavirus amid the global pandemic.

Starting Nov. 1, tourists and returning residents will no longer need to isolate for two weeks upon arrival if they can present proof of a negative PCR test within a week of traveling, the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation announced.

In a further step for health and safety, travelers must take a rapid antigen test upon arrival. From there, people who are staying longer than four nights and five days on the tropical islands must take a second rapid antigen test 96 hours after reaching the Bahamas.

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After travelers provide proof of their negative PCR test, they are instructed to apply for a Bahamas Health Travel Visa; the cost of the visa will correlate with the length of their stay. The cost of the rapid antigen tests will also be included in the fee for the visa.

Bahamian authorities will soon lift a 14-day quarantine restriction for visitors if they can continuously prove that they are negative for the coronavirus amid the global pandemic.
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Anyone departing the Bahamas after five days will not be required to take the second antigen test, the tourism board said. Notably, kids age 10 and under who are visiting the Bahamas are exempt from getting tested for COVID-19 altogether.

“We are making changes to our travel and testing protocols in order to give our visitors a better and more seamless vacation experience,” Minister of Tourism Dionisio D’Aguilar told Travel + Leisure of the policy change. “We want everyone to enjoy The Bahamas thoroughly and with peace of mind. These new steps will allow us to closely monitor and respond to any potential spread of the virus, while our visitors can continue to have the authentic Bahamian experience they know and love.”

“With 16 islands to choose from, many that offer natural seclusion, we have something for everyone and look forward to welcoming travelers back to our shores,” he added.

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When Bahamian tourism reopens on Oct. 15, all visitors must stay put and "Vacation in Place" for 14 days, or for the duration of their trip, before the new rule takes effect.

The island nation closed its borders to Americans in July following an uptick in coronavirus cases in the U.S.

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Pleas for JobKeeper budget rescue for Victoria

Victorian business groups and unions are pleading with the Commonwealth to use its budget on Tuesday to extend JobKeeper for the state’s workers.

Other budget measures, including fresh tax breaks for businesses as they recover from the state’s crippling lockdown, ‘shovel-ready’ infrastructure builds and a deferral of the rise in the superannuation guarantee could also be help the state get back on its feet, according to key groups who spoke to The Sunday Age.

Victorian business leaders want Treasurer Josh Frydenberg to extend JobKeeper in the state.Credit:Dominic Lorrimer

Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has promised to unveil a groundbreaking spending program on Tuesday, expected to push the nation’s finances up to $200 billion into the red in an attempt to drag the national economy out of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mr Frydenberg and his colleagues have been cool in public about the prospect of any special treatment in its wage subsidy schemes for Victoria, the state hardest hit after its second wave of coronavirus infections forced Melbourne into the economically devastating Stage four lockdown.

The Treasurer said this weekend that Victoria would be singled out for economic aid in his budget but indicated it was likely to be in the form of money for infrastructure and not an extension of JobKeeper for workers in the state.

The federal government calculates that Victoria itself could pay for topping up JobKeeper until the end of the year for the 300,000 businesses in the state that are relying on the payment, at a cost to the state’s Treasury of just under $3 billion.

The Treasurer also vented his government’s frustration that infrastructure builds where federal money had been directed in Victoria were not proceeding very quickly and that the Victorian government should ‘get on and help us with it.’

But Victorian Chamber and Commerce and Industry chief executive Paul Guerra told The Sunday Age that his organisation had put a strong case to Mr Frydenberg to continue the JobKeeker wage subsidy scheme at the $1500 per fortnight level for workers in the state until the end of the year.

The request was part of a broader plan, presented by VCCI to the Treasurer, which also included boosts to vocational education, training and apprenticeships and a suite of tax breaks to get Victorian businesses investing and hiring again in the wake of the pandemic.

“Victoria is now probably four months behind the rest of the country,” Mr Guerra said.

“We would have thought that an extension of JobKeeper for at least an extra quarter of Victorian businesses would be appropriate.”

David Gandolfo, the Victorian-based chairman of the Council of Small Businesses of Australia, said his group wanted to see an extension of the federal government’s $150,000 instant asset writedown, introduced early this year as a stimulus measure, and a permanent tax break on other investments in business assets.

The small business group, which is also calling for the rise in the superannuation guarantee to be deferred, said it believed tax breaks were the government intervention most likely to get businesses spending and hiring.

Mr Gandolfo framed his organisation’s pitch for more JobKeeper for Victoria as a plea for disaster relief funding.

“Victoria is still in a state of disaster,” Mr Gandolfo said.

“So it’s not unreasonable to provide specific funding for a specific region that is in a state of disaster.

“In this circumstance it would be reasonable to continue JobKeeper at its previous level, or at least extend it, for the state of Victoria, or even just for the metro area, for businesses that that are registered in those areas.”

The Council of Small Business also wants to see the federal government’s $150,000 instant business asset write-off extended for three years and for a 50 per cent tax allowance on other business investments.

Mr Gandolfo also called for the legislated increases in the superannuation guarantee from 9.5 per cent to 10 per cent, due in July 2021, to be deferred.

ACTU president Michele O’Neil said her organisation wanted to see JobKeeper extended in Tuesday’s budget, but for all Australian workers, not just Victorians, as well as free TAFE and childcare.

Ms O’Neil argued that young workers and women had been hardest hit by the COVID recession which has been devastating in the services and retail sectors and argues for relief measures in Tuesday’s budget that are targeted at those most-affected.

“This is not a time for austerity, it's not a time for cuts,” the union leader said.

“It's a time for spending and spending in both targeted and comprehensive way to support recovery.”

Infrastructure Victoria chief executive Michel Masson said his organisation was supportive of government stimulus money going into building projects, but said the ‘shrinking economic pie' made it necessary for governments to pursue a ‘triple bottom line approach to its’ spending.

“It's critically important that stimulus spending is aligned with ‘shovel-ready’, short and medium term, established infrastructure priorities," Mr Masson said.

“The evidence base for these projects is already well founded – additional social housing, mental health and drug and alcohol facilities, social housing retro-fits to climate proof, improved access to public transport by spreading the peak load, additional recycling processing capacity, to name a few.”

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