Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom: Christian Eriksen scored twice as Tottenham Hotspur clinched a 2-1 Premier League win over Stoke City following Harry Kane's return to the starting line-up after an ankle injury.
Kane thought he had got on the scoresheet for Tottenham after the winner was initially credited to him and television replays appeared inconclusive.
However, Eriksen was subsequently attributed with the goal that secured the points for Spurs after his earlier opener had been cancelled out by Mame Biram Diouf.
"It was my goal, it flicked off my shoulder and went in," Kane said.
Eriksen added: "He celebrated like it was his goal so I will have to take his word for it."
England international Kane was making his first start since he injured an ankle in Tottenham's 4-1 win over Bournemouth on March 11.
He boasts a formidable record against Stoke, with eight goals in four appearances before this game, but looked a little rusty on his return from injury.
Tottenham had won their past four Premier League games against Stoke by a four-goal margin -- a top-flight record -– although they had to work much harder here.
For all their struggles this season, Stoke had a glorious chance to take the lead.
The overlapping Erik Pieters skipped down the left flank and teased a low cross into the penalty area for Diouf, only for the Senegalese player's composure to desert him as he lifted a shot over the bar.
The alertness of Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland to scamper off his line and save at the feet of Son Heung-min after he had latched onto Dele Alli's intelligent lofted through ball kept the score goalless before the interval.
However, there was an inevitably about Tottenham's approach and just minutes after the restart they carved open the Potters' defence to take the lead.