As it stands: Despite the loss against Southampton, we will finish second in the Premier League with a draw at Newcastle on the final weekend of the season. We travel to St James' Park on Sunday week (May 15, 3pm). Arsenal's draw at City means City can no longer catch us and a top three place is now guaranteed. Arsenal are now two points behind but we have a better goal difference of plus-13. Arsenal face Villa at home.
New goals record: Heung-Min Son's goal took us to 68 for the season - a new record for the club in the Premier League era.
Below: The graphic shows the move for Sonny's goal started in our area
Spurs (4-2-3-1): Lloris (c), Walker, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose, Dier, Mason (Chadli 76), Lamela, Son (Njie 65), Eriksen, Kane. Substitutes (not used): Vorm, Davies, Wimmer, Carroll, Winks.
Southampton (4-2-3-1): Forster, Martina, van Dijk, Fonte (c), Bertrand, Wanyama, Clasie (Romeu 58), Tadic (Ward-Prowse 84), Davis, Mane (Pelle 65), Long. Substitutes (not used): Stekelenburg, Soares, Yoshida, Austin.
Goals: Spurs - Son 16; Southampton - Davis 31, 72.
Yellow cards: Southampton - Mane, Romeu, Long.
Referee: Jon Moss.
Below: Our efforts at goal against Southampton
Keeping the ball: We had 70.7% possession.
Passing game: We made 583 passes to Southampton's 236. Our biggest combination was Jan Vertonghen to Danny Rose (15). Four players had 90+% completion rate - Ryan Mason, Eric Dier, Danny Rose and Vertonghen (top with 96.5 off 57 passes). Christian Eriksen had most touches of the ball (94).
Below: Action areas
Shooting boots: We had 20 efforts at goal to Southampton's 10, including 6-2 on target. All of our shots on target were in the box. We also had 10 corners to Southampton's two.
Getting stuck in: We won 17 of 24 tackles, Erik Lamela top on five.