A late trio of goals got us out of jail and saw us take a deserved victory at Swansea City on Wednesday night (April 5).
Former Spur Wayne Routledge's early close-range finish gave the home side the lead in front of a raucous crowd at the Liberty Stadium and from then on we were frustrated for long periods as we sought to break down a packed defence.
Łukasz Fabiański saved well from substitute Vincent Janssen and Dele Alli with just under 10 minutes to go - perhaps signalling that it wasn't going to be our night in South Wales.
But what character this team has!
With changes made, Dele scrambled home an 88th-minute equaliser and immediately you got the feeling we could grab a winner as we carried on pushing with seven minutes going up on the fourth official's board.
And sure enough, Janssen's touch set up Heung-Min Son to slip beyond Fabianski to put us sensationally ahead in the opening 60 seconds of added time.
There was still more to come, though. Janssen was involved again as Dele sent Christian Eriksen through to complete a 3-1 victory on the counter-attack with 94 minutes played.
It was mightily close, but we remain undefeated against the Swans in the Premier League era, with the three points allowing us to keep up the pace with Premier League leaders Chelsea, who won 2-1 at home to Manchester City.
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