Tottenham mounted a late fightback to beat Swansea.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino
Tottenham Hotspur mounted a stunning comeback to turn around what had looked like being a woeful night for them.
With Chelsea leading against Manchester City, Spurs were trailing 1-0 to Swansea for much of the game after Wayne Routledge's early opener. The seven point gap was set to be extended to 10, surely ending the title race.
Not so fast.
Tottenham equalised with minutes to go through Dele Alli, and they were not satisfied.
South Korean star Heung Min Son popped up in injury time to score a dramatic winner, before Christian Eriksen added a third to make it 3-1.
Tottenham's Son Heung-min scores their second goal
The win keeps Tottenham's momentum rolling, and they have a chance to cut Chelsea's lead to four points this weekend temporarily as they play hours earlier, putting pressure on Antonio Conte's side.
Former star Gary Lineker hailed the victory on Twitter, insisting the title race is very much alive and kicking.
Just when you thought the @premierleague was done and dusted, Spurs score 2 late goals and the dust may need to settle.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) April 5, 2017
Star striker Harry Kane, watching from the sidelines due to injury, celebrated at the final whistle.
Kane is expected back in two matches time, a perfect boost for their title chances. For tonight, Tottenham can continue to dream.