Soccer Football - Premier League - Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Hotspur - Selhurst Park, London, Britain - February 25, 2018 Tottenham's Harry Kane celebrates after the match REUTERS/Eddie Keogh
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Harry Kane struck late to secure Tottenham Hotspur's 1-0 victory at Crystal Palace Sunday that moved Mauricio Pochettino's side into the top four immediately ahead of Chelsea's visit to Manchester United.Kane finally found the breakthrough on 88 minutes, meeting Christian Eriksen's corner at the far post and directing a header past goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey who should have done better after getting a firm hand to the ball.Spurs' relief was matched by the frustration felt by Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson and his players who appeared to have done enough to hold onto the point. It seemed only a matter of time before Palace's defense would be unpicked and Timothy Fosu-Mensah was fortunate an offside flag meant his clear foul on Kane inside the home area went unpunished.
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