Tottenham's Gareth Bale (centre) looks on as West Ham's manager David Moyes shakes hands with goalscorer Manuel Lanzini at the end of the English Premier League draw. Photo: AP Tottenham's Gareth Bale (centre) looks on as West Ham's manager David Moyes shakes hands with goalscorer Manuel Lanzini at the end of the English Premier League draw. Photo: AP
Tottenham's Gareth Bale (centre) looks on as West Ham's manager David Moyes shakes hands with goalscorer Manuel Lanzini at the end of the English Premier League draw. Photo: AP

Li Tie’s David Moyes message has Chinese football fans reminiscing of World Cup and English Premier League glory days

  • China head coach posted on social media after watching West Ham United’s dramatic English Premier League comeback against Spurs
  • Chinese football fans recall a time when Li led China to 2002 World Cup appearance and teammates played in England

Topic |   English Premier League
Tottenham's Gareth Bale (centre) looks on as West Ham's manager David Moyes shakes hands with goalscorer Manuel Lanzini at the end of the English Premier League draw. Photo: AP Tottenham's Gareth Bale (centre) looks on as West Ham's manager David Moyes shakes hands with goalscorer Manuel Lanzini at the end of the English Premier League draw. Photo: AP
Tottenham's Gareth Bale (centre) looks on as West Ham's manager David Moyes shakes hands with goalscorer Manuel Lanzini at the end of the English Premier League draw. Photo: AP
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