- Tottenham scored twice in succession to beat Arsenal at White Hart Lane on Sunday, April 30
- Dele Alli and Harry Kane scored to ensure Spurs a much deserved 2-0 win over the Gunners
- Arsenal are still 6th on the Premier League table with five game to go and 6 points adrift top four spot
Tottenham have dealt a big blow to Arsenal's top four aspiration, as Spurs completed an emphatic 2-0 win over Arsenal to keep pressure on league leaders Chelsea.
Dele Alli sent the entire White Hart Lane into raptures when he opened the scoring from close range in the 55th minute when he powered home a rebound low shot into the far corner.
Just a minute later, Spurs were awarded a penalty when Gabriel Paulista fouled Harry Kane in the box. The Tottenham striker who already has 20 goals in the Premier League this season slotted home from the spot to extend his side's lead.
Elsewhere, Chelsea thrashed Everton 3-0 at Goodison park as the Blues edge closer to the title with four games to go.
The Gunners are currently 6th on the league table with five games to go and 6 points adrift top four spot.
Spurs on the other hand are 2nd on the standings, trailing table toppers Chelsea with 4 points and four games.
Arsenal's next game will be against Manchester United at the Emirate stadium on Sunday May 7.
Meanwhile, you can watch the Super Eagles as they prepare for the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.