West Ham came in last place out of five teams after Winston Reid, Stewart Downing and Diafra Sakho could only manage to score two out of a possible 15. Spurs came second overall, with six out of 15, but Derby were run away winners after putting eight out of 15 through the target.
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Although the Rams made easy work of the task, West Ham seriously struggled to find their range. Downing failed to hit a single ball on target as Reid and Sakho were only able to hit one out of five attempts.
For Spurs, it was Nacer Chadli, Benjamin Stambouli and Etienne Capoue who stepped up to do the challenge, but only the Belgian international could walk away with head held high. Although he missed his first two, Chadli found his range and bagged his last three. Stambouli struck twice, but Capoue only once.
However, for the winners, top goalscorer Chris Martin's prowess came in instrumental as he bagged four out of five to clinch Derby the Marathon Bet 'shoot through the O challenge' title.
Captain Richard Keogh started slowly, hitting one out of five, Republic of Ireland full-back Cyrus Christie stepped it up, with three out of five, but it was Martin, who came within inches of a 100% record, who got Derby over the line.