Arsenal ended its nine-year trophy drought on Saturday, coming from two goals...
Tottenham come from behind to share the points
Christian Eriksen scored in the fourth minute of injury time to help Spurs come back from 3 goals down to share the points with West Brom at the Hawthrorns.
Matej Vydra, Chris Brunt and Stephane Sessegnon gave the home team what looked to be an unassailable lead.
Tottenham’s comeback began with an own goal from West Brom defender Jonas Olsson who found the back of his own net following an Aaron Lennon cross.
Harry Kane headed home the second 20 minutes from time, Lennon again providing the cross. Deep into injury time the comeback was complete when Eriksen slammed home the equaliser from close range to leave the Baggies 3 points above the relegation zone while Spurs remain in 6th.
In other action, Everton moved above Arsenal into 4th with a 1-0 win over Sunderland at the Stadium of Light. A Wes Brown goal in the 75th minute the only goal of the game. Everton are 2 points clear of Arsenal while Sunderland remain bottom 7 points adrift of safety with 2 games in hand.
Jason Puncheon scored in the 76th minute for Crystal Palace as they edged Aston Villa by a goal to nil at Selhurst Park while Fulham’s survival hopes received a boost with a 1-0 win over Norwich, Hugo Rodallega with the first half goal .
It was a valuable 3 points for Cardiff City as they secured a 1-0 win over Southampton. Juan Cala scored the second half goal to see them require only 3 more points for Premiership safety.
Newcastle suffered a fourth straight loss when they went down 1-0 to Stoke City. Erik Peters scored the goal of the game, increasing the pressure on Newcastle manager Alan Pardew.