LONDON -- Ravel Morrisons skilful solo goal completed a 3-0 victory for West Ham over Tottenham in style on Sunday, ending a 14-year wait for a win at its London rival in the Premier League. Morrison picked up possession inside his own half and swept past both Michael Dawson and Jan Vertonghen before dinking the ball over goalkeeper Hugo Lloris in the 79th minute. "That is a genius goal for me," West Ham manager Sam Allardyce said. "Youll struggle to see a better goal than that this season." The 20-year-old midfielder was offloaded by Manchester United in 2012 after then-manager Alex Ferguson lost patience with his off-field issues. Allardyce said Ferguson told him that "I hope you can sort him out but if you can he will be a genius," and that "he needs to get away from Manchester and start a new life." In London, Morrison is thriving. "The pennys dropped for him ... (with) his lifestyle and his attitude towards everybody and his timekeeping," Allardyce said. Allardyces ultra-defensive formation had seen West Ham struggle to threaten Tottenhams goal until Winston Reid stunned the home fans by scoring in the 66th minute. Then Ricardo Vaz Te fortuitously added another six minutes later, with the ball coming off his knee after Lloris blocked an initial shot. West Hams first win at White Hart Lane since 1999 lifted the team to 13th, while Tottenham fell out of the top four to sixth. "Its a wake-up call that we have to react to," Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas said. "We have to bounce back and I trust the team to do that." There was a heavy police presence inside the ground as part of a crackdown on racism. In last years fixture, abuse by West Ham fans put the spotlight back on the anti-Semitism faced by supporters of Tottenham, which has a strong Jewish fan base. Police threatened to take action against anyone who chanted "Yid," even if it was Tottenham supporters who use the term affectionately to deflect anti-Semitic abuse. But the term, often used as a derogatory term for Jews, was sung with gusto by Tottenham fans and one was arrested at halftime for using it. The Metropolitan Police said the man was held for causing harassment, alarm or distress. While Jermain Defoe started in place off-season recruit Roberto Soldado up front, the Tottenham threat was largely coming from Andros Townsend down the right flank. The winger came closest when he cut in and sent a dipping shot just over midway through the first half. An effort from Gylfi Sigurdsson was easily saved by Jussi Jasskelainen, Paulinho saw a rising shot blaze over the crossbar and also fired over on the volley. Yet West Ham could have ended the first half in front, with captain Kevin Nolan hooking the ball wide from a free kick. The breakthrough for West Ham came from Stewart Downings corner. Reids header was inadvertently blocked by teammate Nolan next to the line but he immediately sent the rebound into the net. Mark Noble then played a more intentional role in setting up West Hams second goal. Vaz Te latched onto Nobles through ball and after Lloris blocked the initial shot, it ricocheted off his knee into the net. Morrison then completed Tottenhams miserable afternoon with his solo goal. "Morrison picks the ball up in his own half and heads directly to Vertonghen and Dawson and slips them two like they werent there, waits for the goalkeeper to go down," Allardyce said. "He has shown how good he is at one-on-ones and how quick he is off the line and he uses his outstanding ability to dink him. ... There is a lot of praise that will come his way and deservedly so after that goal." Nike Air Max Belgie Online . - Steve Stricker usually doesnt show up at a tournament on Sunday. Nike Air Max Winkels Belgie . The Toronto Argonauts signed the veteran linebacker to a three-year deal Tuesday, hours after the start of CFL free agency. http://www.airmaxgoedkoop.be/. 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Bauer outpitched former Cy Young Award winner Justin Verlander and tamed Detroits menacing lineup, leading the Cleveland Indians to a 6-2 win on Tuesday night. Bauer (1-1), recalled earlier in the day for his second start this season, held the ALs top hitting team to two runs and seven hits in six-plus innings. "He was aggressive, attacking the strike zone," Indians manager Terry Francona said. "He changed speeds and used all his pitches. Thats not the easiest assignment, coming up from Triple-A to face them. He really did a great job." Mike Aviles hit a two-run double in the second when the Indians scored four runs off Verlander (5-3), who didnt settle in until the damage was already done. David Murphy homered in the seventh for the last-place Indians, who can sweep the three-game series with the Central-leading Tigers on Wednesday. Torii Hunter and Alex Avila homered for Detroit, which has lost two straight road games after winning 11 in a row. The Indians were anxious to see how the head-strong 23-year-old Bauer, with the unorthodox warm-up routine and blazing fastball, would perform against a lineup featuring Miguel Cabrera, Victor Martinez and Hunter. Bauer has been dominating minor league hitters at Columbus, and had never faced any hitters of this calibre. He was more than up for the challenge. "It was nice to come out and do that," Bauer said. Obviously, it helped he was staked to an early four-run lead and Detroit leadoff hitter Ian Kinsler ran his club out of a potentially big inning in the fifth when he challenged left fielder Michael Brantley, who threw him out at second. Bauer held Hunter, Cabrera and Martinez to a combined 2 for 8, and he was helped by two double plays -- one he finished by covering first base on a close play to end the sixth. Trailing 5-2, the Tigers had runners at first and second with one out when Nick Castellanos hit grounder to first. The Indians got the force at second and Bauer hustled to first to get the return throw. Castellanos was ruled safe, but Francoona challenged the call, and after the umpires reviewed the video, it was overturned.dddddddddddd When Bauer was lifted for Bryan Shaw after giving up a leadoff single in the seventh, he received a standing ovation from the Progressive Field crowd. In his first season with Cleveland, Bauer made four starts but spent most of the year in the minors. The Indians werent always pleased with his attitude, but hes maturing just as they hoped. "Performing well is always pleasing, especially when the team gets the win and you can contribute to it," Bauer said. "That was the most frustrating thing for me last year, I would go out there and I didnt feel like I was contributing to a team win. Its nice to be able to do that this year." The Tigers were impressed with Bauer. "I saw him once or twice last year at Triple-A, so I knew hes got good stuff," Castellanos said. "What made him so tough tonight was he never made the same mistake twice. He kept us off-balance." Shaw pitched two perfect innings and Cody Allen worked a 1-2-3 ninth. The Indians grabbed a 5-1 lead in the second, when they collected three doubles, two singles and Michael Bourn caught Detroit napping and stole third. The unexpected outburst began with a base-running blunder as Carlos Santana singled off Cabreras glove at first but was thrown out trying to stretch it into a double. Nick Swisher doubled and Yan Gomes walked before Aviles lined his two-run double into the gap in left-centre. Bourn followed with a double off the wall in right to score Aviles and Clevelands leadoff hitter alertly swiped third without a throw. Asdrubal Cabreras RBI single made it 4-1 and brought Tigers pitching coach Jeff Jones out to visit Verlander, who dropped to 9-11 with a 5.36 ERA in his career at Cleveland. NOTES: Indians 2B Jason Kipnis will begin a rehab assignment Friday at Triple-A Columbus. Kipnis has been on the disabled list since May 2 with an oblique injury and the club would like to get him in a few games before hes activated. If all goes well, Kipnis will be back for Mondays series opener in Chicago. ... Brantley has hit safely in 17 consecutive home games, one shy of the ballpark record shared by Kenny Lofton (1996) and Roberto Alomar (2000). 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