Premier League - Watch all the weekend's goals
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Goals from Gareth Bale, Aaron Lennon and Jermain Defoe gave Tottenham their seventh win in eight league matches to move them alongside Chelsea on 22 points, although Spurs have a game in hand on all the teams in the top four.
Tottenham were 2-0 ahead at the break but manager Harry Redknapp, recovering at home after heart surgery, would have suffered as his team hung on grimly after Younes Kaboul's 57th-minute own goal started a Fulham siege.
Tottenham keeper Brad Friedel made several reaction saves, Luka Modric cleared one shot off the line and Fulham had a strong penalty shout turned down after a frantic goalmouth scramble before Defoe scored on the break in stoppage time.
"He (Tottenham keeper Brad Friedel) was probably the best player on the pitch," said Fulham manager Martin Jol, who was sacked by Tottenham in 2007 despite consecutive fifth-place finishes and who was warmly applauded by the visiting fans.
"We had 26 or 30 attempts on goal after halftime and yet we just couldn't sneak one in," Jol told Sky Sports. "We deserved at least a point, for sure. At least a point."
Wolves, who began the season well before a slump in form which resulted in no league wins since August, had taken the lead through former Tottenham player Jamie O'Hara.
The home side moved up to 13th in the table with 11 points.
Wigan are bottom with five points and Bolton failed to move out of the bottom three despite thrashing Stoke.
Tottenham seemed to be heading for a comfortable victory at Craven Cottage despite never finding their rhythm.
The second half was almost unbroken Fulham domination and it was no surprise when they reduced the arrears, although Kaboul was unlucky when he unwittingly beat Friedel after Ledley King's clearing header struck him from close range.
Fulham camped in Tottenham's half for the rest of the game and Clint Dempsey came close to equalising when he rounded Friedel but his shot was deflected wide by King.
The 40-year-old Friedel made a series of excellent saves, one in particular from Dempsey from close range which sparked an incredible bout of pinball in the Spurs area.
The prone Walker was lucky to escape conceding a penalty when the ball rolled into his arm and Modric came to his side's rescue to stick out a leg and turn Dempsey's goalbound header around the post.
Tottenham sealed the points deep into stoppage time when Emmanuel Adebayor's cut back was met first time by Defoe and his shot took a deflection past Schwarzer.