With the title already decided and the FA Cup semi-finals taking centre stage, the focus was largely on the bottom end of the Premier League this weekend.
Champions Manchester City turned on the style to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League table to 16 points with a 5-0 demolition of Swansea.
Stoke’s grip on their Premier League status loosened significantly as they could only take a point from a self-proclaimed must-win clash with Burnley at the bet 365 Stadium.
Andy Carroll climbed off the treatment table to score a dramatic last-minute equaliser and deny Stoke a precious win in their battle for Premier League survival.
Stoke manager Paul Lambert insists their battle to avoid relegation will not be distracted by yet another unwanted disciplinary problem.
Tottenham striker Harry Kane remains confident he can pip Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah to the Premier League’s Golden Boot.
Manchester United put the brakes on Manchester City’s title charge and Newcastle all but secured another season of Premier League football during another eventful weekend.
In-form Tottenham have proven they now possess a never-say-die spirit, according to midfielder Christian Eriksen.
Harry Kane claimed he did score Tottenham’s winner at Stoke to break a personal goals record, even though Christian Eriksen has been credited with it.
Christian Eriksen was credited with a brace as Harry Kane was denied a crucial goal in the Golden Boot race in Tottenham’s 2-1 win over Stoke at the bet365 Stadium.