Tottenham Hotspur have kept their Champions League dreams alive after a thrilling come from behind stoppage time win over Southampton in their Premier League clash at White Hart Lane.
Fighting back from 2-nil down a 90th minute strike from substitute Gylfi Sigurdsson completed a dramatic 3-2 victory for Spurs.
The win making amends for been a disappointing week for Tottenham who lost the North London derby to Arsenal and were knocked out of the Europa League.
Manager Tim Sherwood pleased with his side's character.
The win lifts Spurs to fifth on 56 points, six behind fourth-placed Arsenal, who have a match in hand.
In today's other match at Villa Park, Stoke City came from behind to beat Aston Villa 4-1 and climb to 10th in the table on 37 points from 31 matches, one place and three points above their defeated opponents.