Tottenham Hotspur came from behind in the final minutes of the game to secure a dramatic 3-1 victory over Swansea City and keep the title race alive.
Swansea took the lead early through Wayne Routledge but for the vast majority of the game they were defending very deep in their own half as Spurs piled on endless pressure.
However as the game entered the last stretch a shot from Christian Eriksen was deflected into the path of Dele Alli, who tapped into the empty net.
Swansea were evidently shell-shocked and things soon got worse when a long ball from the back found Son Heung-min and his shot found the back of the net despite the best efforts from Lukasz Fabianski.
The Swansea goalkeeper was nearly taken off after a collision but he fought his ground and stayed on but he probably wished he had come off as Eriksen completed the turn-around with a third.
TALKING POINT - 'Spursy' is no longer a thing
Last season Spurs were in a great position to win the league. Not only did they fail to catch Leicester but they also managed to let Arsenal finish above them. That is 'Spursy,' the definition of letting something slip when it is in your grasp. Spurs have been accused of bottling things for too long, that is over now. Mauricio Pochettino has turned them into winners, a team that doesn't give up without an almighty fight. Were it not for Chelsea's incredible winning run they would be top. As it is, they are still in this title race.
MAN OF THE MATCH
Christian Eriksen (Tottenham Hotspur): Kyle Walker and Alli were both superb but Eriksen ran this show for Spurs. He set up his team-mates on countless occasions only to see shots blocked or saved by Fabianski. He was intelligent in his movement and his passing was a joy to behold. He has really stepped up his game this season having struggled for consistency before and he is the one leading this title charge from Spurs.
Swansea - Fabianski 7, Naughton 6, Fernandez 6, Mawson 6, Olsson 5, Fer 5, Carroll 6, Cork 6, Routledge 6, Ayew 6, Sigurdsson 6. Subs: Ki 5, McBurnie 5, Narsing 5
Spurs - Vorm 5, Walker 7, Alderweireld 5, Vertonghen 5, Davies 5, Dier 5, Dembele 6, Sissoko 6, Alli 8, Eriksen 8, Son 7. Subs: Janssen 6, Nkoudou 5, Trippier 5.
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