Tottenham the division's worst in unfortunate defensive area; Stoke equal previous club record

White Hart Lane

We bring you the best stats from Tottenham's Premier League clash with Stoke City.

Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham blew a two-goal lead to draw with Mark Hughes' men at White Hart Lane after a late collapse cost them a first victory of the season.

Defender-turned-midfielder Eric Dier gave Tottenham the lead with a header from a corner and Spurs added a second before half-time when Nacer Chadli volleyed in at the back post.

However, Marko Arnautovic was on hand to pull a goal back for the Potters from the penalty spot after Toby Alderweireld brought down Joselu.

Before Mame Diouf completed a dramatic comeback with a late headed equaliser less the ten minutes before full-time.

Here are the best Opta Stats from Saturday's match-up:

- Eric Dier's three Premier League goals have now all come in August.

- Nacer Chadli has scored in each of his last 2 league home games vs Stoke.

- Tottenham have conceded more penalties than any other Premier League side since the start of last season (8).

- Marko Arnautovic’s two Premier League goals since the start of last season have both come in London (Upton Park and White Hart Lane).

- Spurs had won their last 74 Premier League home games when they had gone 2+ goals ahead before today; a run that goes back to a 4-4 draw with Leicester in February 2004.

- It was the 14th time in Premier League history that Spurs (home or away) had failed to win after going at least two goals in front.

- The Potters came from 2 goals down to claim a point for the first time since December 2012 against Southampton and for the first time away since March 2009 at Aston Villa.

- Stoke equalled their record for most shots on target in a PL away game (7, also v Wigan in September 2012).

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