Champions League qualification is closer for Spurs thanks to Dele Alli and Harry Kane. The former broke the deadlock at 16′, the latter scored in the second half closing the match at Wembley Stadium. Tottenham Hotspur are now just one point behind Liverpool and 5 points above Chelsea.
Harry Kane found the net following a frustrating period and scored his 38th goal from 45 games. The England international striker had also scored at 73′, but was caught offside. Mohamed Salah remains the Premier League top scorer with 31 goals, while Manchester City star Sergio Aguero is still behind the Tottenham Hotspur forward with 21 goals this season so far.
Spurs will be facing West Bromwich Albion next Saturday before hosting Newcastle United and Leicester City at Wembley Stadium for the last two games of Premier League season.