Southampton staged an impressive comeback against Tottenham, recovering from a 3-1 deficit to secure a draw with a late stoppage-time penalty by James Ward-Prowse.
The match saw Pedro Porro score his first goal for the visitors just before the half-time whistle with a fierce shot from close range.
Che Adams quickly responded for Southampton in the second half, before Harry Kane headed Spurs back in front. Ivan Perisic then extended Tottenham’s lead with his maiden goal for the club, only for Theo Walcott to reduce the deficit almost immediately.
Southampton continued to apply pressure and ultimately earned a point when Pape Matar Sarr conceded a penalty, which Ward-Prowse calmly converted.
The result was a nervy finish for Antonio Conte’s team, who failed to maintain their advantage despite dominating for most of the game.