Spurs leave it late again as comeback sees off Palace

Spurs left it late again as three goals in the final 13 minutes saw them come from behind to eventually see off Oliver Glasner's Crystal Palace 3-1 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Ange Postecoglou's side produced a comeback win for the fifth time this season as they once again did things the hard way, having trailed to Eberechi Eze's wonderful free-kick moments before the hour mark.

The hosts should have been ahead by then when Timo Werner wasted a glorious chance when played clean through, but they struggled to create against Glasner's dogged visitors until they eventually pulled level.

Brennan Johnson's sheer determination saw him beat Joachim Andersen out wide and allowed him space to tee-up a simple finish for Werner to level with his debut Tottenham goal.

Spurs ended up handing Glasner a harsh welcome to the Premier League when they went in front three minutes later, as Cristian Romero nodded home James Maddison's brilliant hooked cross.