MANCHESTER CITY left it late to snatch a win against plucky Huddersfield.
The Terriers had led Pep Guardiola’s unbeaten side at half-time, but a Sergio Aguero penalty and fortuitous Raheem Sterling goal kept the city wagon rolling.
That win came after Arsenal also left it late to pick up a vital three points at Turf Moor.
The Clarets had deserved a draw but manager Sean Dyche was left “raging” after a late penalty was scored by Alexis Sanchez.
It was more bad news for Toffees fans as Everton were smashed 4-1 by out of form Southampton.
Charlie Austin scored twice on his first Premier League start of the season to continue David Unsworth’s miserable run.
On Saturday, Liverpool and Chelsea failed to make ground on May City as the pair slugged out a gripping draw at Anfieild
Willian’s spectacular late goal at Anfield cancelled out Mohamed Salah’s 15th goal of the season for the Reds.
Salomon Rondon’s early goal at Wembley looked like it would give Gary Megson victory in his first game as caretaker charge of Albion, following Tony Pulis’ sacking.
But Kane’s 74th-minute equaliser saw fourth-placed Spurs avoid a third defeat in four league games.
Jose Mourinho’s second-placed Manchester United scraped past Brighton at Old Trafford.
Utd needed a deflected Ashley Young strike, which went down as a Lewis Dunk own goal, to beat Brighton and move within five points of City, who travel to Huddersfield on Sunday.
Watford won back-to-back league games for the first time this season with a resounding 3-0 win at Newcastle – Will Hughes and Andre Gray scoring either side of a DeAndre Yedlin own goal.
Mamadou Sakho’s injury-time winner gave Roy Hodgson his second league win as Crystal Palace boss, in a 2-1 victory over Stoke.
But it was not enough to lift Palace off the bottom of the table, as they sit a point behind Swansea after the Welsh side played out a goalless draw at home to Bournemouth.