Kane was a second-half substitute in Spurs' historic 3-1 win at Chelsea last weekend, having missed the FA Cup win at Swansea and England's friendly double-header against Netherlands and Italy with an ankle injury.
That seemed to jolt Spurs into life, as they soon became the dominant force and should have taken the lead 10 minutes later, Son shooting straight at Jack Butland when played through on goal. They are now four points from 17th place with five games remaining, including a trip to Liverpool on 28 April.
Writing in his column for BBC Sport, Lawrenson said: "I look at what is happening at Chelsea and think that Antonio Conte will be leaving at the end of the season". The new stadium will help the team. By holding his head up high and sending a dignified and professional message like this, Alderweireld has shown that he's a class act off the pitch as well as on it. Spurs might have amble back-ups but that shouldn't diminish what Alderweireld has done for them and will go on to do for other teams.
Manchester City's title celebrations were put on hold after Paul Pogba inspired a second-half comeback for Manchester United in a thrilling derby.
"First of all the target is to finish in the top four".
Steve Mounie levelled four minutes later, intercepting Shane Duffy's back-pass and slotting home.
"For us it would be a massive achievement to finish top four for a third time".
India and Nepal get closer with proposed new cross-border rail link
Prime Minister Oli thanked Prime Minister Modi for the invitation and warm hospitality extended to him and his delegation. Modi then said that India and Nepal will work together to stop misuse of the open border the two neighbours share.
Tammy Abraham scored his first goal in 18 Premier League games to secure Swansea City a 1-1 draw at basement side West Bromwich Albion just when Baggies caretaker manager Darren Moore scented victory.
Kane later tweeted: "Definitely claiming that goal, flicked off my shoulder on the way in".
And Eriksen added: "He celebrated like it was his goal so I will have to take his word for it". Maybe they need to see his touch on the TV!
"We were excellent throughout the game up against a really good side", he said.
"The most important thing for me is the three points".