Burnley 0 Tottenham 2: Premier League as it happened at Turf Moor

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Tottenham trimmed Chelsea's lead at the Premier League's summit to seven points by becoming just the fourth top-flight side to win at Burnley this season.

Spurs were 13 points adrift prior to kick-off against Southampton two weeks ago but Chelsea's loss at Crystal Palace on Saturday, coupled with this 2-0 success for Tottenham, will have given Mauricio Pochettino's side hope the title's destination is far from a foregone conclusion.

After Harry Winks had been stretchered off with a worrying injury at half-time, Eric Dier and substitute Heung-Min Son scored in the space of 11 second-half minutes to prevent Burnley from getting the point they needed to equal their highest ever Premier League haul.

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Sean Dyche: "We feel that we can beat anybody there with the crowd behind us.

"We've turned up against the big boys and we love it when they come. When everybody is at it it’s a special occasion."

Mauricio Pochettino: "It will be tough. They are doing very well at home and we know very well that we need to fight from the first moment in the game.

"They are a very physical team, a very aggressive team and it will be tough. Not only must we give our best, we must be ready to fight for every single ball."