After cancelling out an equally spectacular long-range strike from Pedro Obiang, the South Korean instantly ran over to the away supporters, with his index finger to his lips.
Son Heung-min says West Ham supporters will know why he shushed them after scoring against them on Thursday night, two months after footage of a West Ham fan taunting him with a racial slur was circulated online.
The draw leaves Spurs fifth, three points off Liverpool in fourth. I was delighted we were having a shot!
12 Son Heung Min has been directly involved in 12 goals (7 goals, 5 assists) in his last nine games in all competitions at Wembley.
"This is my dream, I'm living my dream but I can't believe it", Son said. I am still getting better if I work hard.
GDP estimate makes fiscal math harder
In the second quarter, the economy showed signs of revival as the GDP growth rate picked up and stood at 6.3 per cent. Most of the economist echo the view that the economy will grow at lower levels in the range of 6.5 to 6.7 percent.
"Today we had 31 attempts and we needed an unbelievable goal from Son (to get a point)", Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said. By the final whistle, Spurs had 70 per cent of the ball and 31 attempts at goal to West Ham's three.
West Ham were quick to condemn the abuse of Son after the footage first went viral, with the club stating: "West Ham United have a zero-tolerance approach to any form of discrimination and unreservedly condemn the actions of the individual in this video". "You need luck to score".
Moyes' side are two points above the relegation zone as they maintained their impressive revival since the former Manchester United boss replaced the sacked Slaven Bilic.
"I'm thrilled to come away with a point, Spurs have some really exciting young talent, I have seen them beat Real Madrid here, beat teams by four or five", Moyes said. "I don't want to talk about it". I thought we showed fantastic resilience.
"Spurs had so many chances but there is another side to football if you haven't got the best players".