Christian Eriksen scored the final goal in a hugely exciting Premier League clash between Swansea City and Tottenham Hotspur.
Andre Ayew opened the scoring for the hosts with a first half header before Christian Eriksen bagged his first goal, a clever free-kick that wrong footed the Swansea goalkeeper.
Harry Kane’s freak own goal saw the Swans re-take the lead. Garry Monk’s side dominated the opening stages of the second half and could have easily gone 3-1 up. But Christian Eriksen levelled things up with a second free-kick, this one even better than the first.
It was a good point for Spurs in a match that could have easily gone either way. Here’s how Twitter reacted…
Christian Eriksen has now scored 8 Premier League goals from outside the box since the start of last season, more than any other player.
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) October 4, 2015
Lloris finger work making Poch weak at the knees pic.twitter.com/aEi7Bi9r1q
— Matthew (@likeavillasboas) October 4, 2015
Superb energy levels. Very unlucky to be going home with the points. Very frustrating
— Paul O Keefe (@pokeefe1) October 4, 2015
Good performance; deserved 3 points. Needed to be more ruthless. We were a freak goal away from a very good win. #COYS
— Chris Miller (@WindyCOYS) October 4, 2015
Cracking game. Neither team deserved to lose. Two superb goals by back-to-form Eriksen. #COYS
— Uncle Norman Giller (@NormanGiller) October 4, 2015
Fair result? Should have won it. At least Kane is scoring again.
— Spooky (@Spooky23) October 4, 2015
FT: 2-2. Pure Premier League – why people love it, but why football in other countries is more complete. Spurs had the chances to win it.
— Tom Collomosse (@TomCStandard) October 4, 2015
Unbeaten in 7, coming back from behind twice & on the back of a Europa league fixture, again plenty of positives, Liverpool next up! #THFC
— Ricky Sacks (@GlobalSpur) October 4, 2015
Never mind not quite but a decent point all the same after Europa, COYS
— Micky Hazard (@1MickyHazard) October 4, 2015
Point away after a tough European tie. I'll take it. &Let's not meltdown over Andros. Still v dangerous on his day – sadly wasn't his today.
— Tom Edwards (@tomedwards) October 4, 2015
Spurs are 5 points and a +9 goal difference ahead of last seasons champions. Pochettino is the special one. #coys
— Paul Kramer (@Paulhitsheet) October 4, 2015
Such a fustrating game to be at! Should've won but suppose a decent point after Europa mid week #COYS
— Dave Cheevers (@dcheevers11) October 4, 2015
Mention for Walker: looked like he'd get the runaround from Montero but held his nerve and position the more the game wore on
— Adam Powley (@adampowley) October 4, 2015
People need to have patience and support the boys like you have done all season really clear plan now from poch.
— Graham Roberts (@GrahamRoberts4) October 4, 2015
LDDDWWWD. All four of the draws could, and probably should, have been wins. Lots of positives to take but a case of "what if?" #THFC
— Nikhil Saglani (@Nikhil_Saglani) October 4, 2015
I'll take a point, we're still on the longest PL unbeaten run. still joint best defence. Chris is back scoring.
— spurs4life (@LouJayne1882) October 4, 2015
Christian Eriksen bailed us out though really. He seems to be coming back into form, not just free kick wise. He was centre of attacks #COYS
— Harry Charalambous⚽️ (@TransitionTHFC) October 4, 2015
— Adam Osper (@AdamOsper) October 4, 2015
Result wasn't what we wanted but a massively encouraging performance. Subs worked well. Confident. Gonna win the league.
— The Fighting Cock (@LoveTheShirt) October 4, 2015
— Premier League (@premierleague) October 4, 2015