Tottenham struck late to secure victory over Swansea
Swansea took the lead early when Jordan Ayew pulled back for Wayne Routledge who finished from close range.
After the goal Tottenham were the ones with all the attacking intent, and both Dele Alli and Son Heung-Min had good chances, but neither were on target.
Wayne Routledge gave Swansea the lead against Tottenham
Just before half-time Ben Davies crossed for Son, but the forward could only volley over.
After the break the Swans almost got a second when Kyle Naughton charged away down the right before firing at goal, but the ball took a slight deflection and flew past the post.
Tottenham were despearte for an equaliser, and Alli almost found it with a header, but Lukasz produced a fine save to deny the midfielder.
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But Alli did find the net with just two minutes of normal time left when Eriksen's cross found its way to the England international, who tapped in at the back post.
And Spurs then found a winner when Eriksen's flicked pass found Son who slotted the ball home under Fabianski.
Eriksen still has time to find a third as Tottenham kept their Premier League title hopes alive.