"It was my goal, it flicked off my shoulder and went in", Kane told Sky Sports.
"This is the most competitive league in the world and there are a lot of great teams but we've reduced the gap to them", said Spurs captain Hugo Lloris. "I think it was a massive, massive three points for us today". In the race to finish in the top four, we now have the same points as Liverpool.
Spurs enjoyed their own slice of luck to regain the lead shortly after as Eriksen's delivery from wide evaded everybody in the box and deceived Butland on its way into the net for his fifth goal in three matches.
"I've kind of already accepted that Toby is going", Jenas said on BT Sport Score.
And Eriksen added: "He celebrated like it was his goal so I will have to take his word for it".
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Kane was a second-half substitute in Spurs' historic 3-1 win at Chelsea last weekend, having missed the FA Cup win at Swansea and England's friendly double-header against Netherlands and Italy with an ankle injury.
And Pochettino, who was taking charge of his 200th Premier League game, explained he was thrilled by the attitude of his players.
The Spurs goalkeeper's clearance rebounded off the Stoke striker and dropped kindly for Diouf to roll the ball into the vacant net. "If they played like that at the beginning of season we would not be in position we are in".
It secured their fourth straight league victory, the first time they have achieved the feat in the top flight since 1968, and saw them close to within two points of sixth-placed Arsenal. Mame Biram Diouf equalised for Paul Lambert's men but they failed to get anything from the contest and find themselves second from bottom, four points behind 18th place Crystal Palace. Shawcross couldn't direct his header on target late on in what proved to be the final chance for Stoke as Spurs held on for all three points. "It would be fantastic to be in there the third time in a row and consecutive years".
"Obviously, with the new stadium, something big is waiting for us and we can not see this future without the Champions League".
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