A moment of brilliance from Christian Eriksen 12 minutes from time sent records tumbling and gave us a vital victory at Crystal Palace on Wednesday night.
The Danish craftsman picked up possession some 35 yards out and saw his chance, sweeping a shot past goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey and into the bottom corner.
Dele Alli had earlier fired wide with our best chance of a tight, physically-demanding game, but we saw out the remaining moments well, including seven added minutes following a nasty-looking injury to Palace's Mamadou Sakho, to secure a 1-0 win.
It was our eighth consecutive domestic victory, the second-best winning run in our history and the first time we've done that in the Premier League era.
We also eclipsed our best-ever Premier League points tally of 72 as we leapt up to 74, while we're now on 22 wins in the division in 2016-17 - the most in a single Premier League season in our history - with five games still to play.
Crucially, we remain four points behind leaders Chelsea, who won 4-1 at home to Southampton 24 hours earlier.
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