Tottenham Hotspur proved just how hard it is to beat them this season as they came back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with West Ham United at White Hart Lane.
The Hammers took the lead through midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate with 22 minutes on the clock, and when Diafra Sakho doubled the visitors' advantage in the second half it looked like Spurs would slip to an unwanted defeat just a week before the Capital One Cup final against Chelsea.
But Tottenham are used to coming from behind this season and a Danny Rose goal with nine minutes left made for a frantic finish.
When Harry Kane won a penalty six minutes into injury-time the pressure was on, but the England under-21 international converted, making it 24 goals for the season.
West Ham will be bitterly disappointed not to have held out but Tottenham can breathe a huge sigh of relief, although they will have to do much better when they come up against Chelsea next weekend.