|Harry Winks scored Spurs' winner in the 93rd minute|
A Harry Winks header in injury time saw Tottenham come from behind to beat relegation-threatened Fulham at Craven cottage.
Spurs looked set to lose ground on league leaders Liverpool, on a day they lost Dele Alli to injury after he had earlier equalized for the away team, however Winks stooped low in the 93rd minute to head past Sergio rico from near range.
Fulham had 9 shots on goal in an impressive first half and they took a merited lead when Tottenham striker Fernando Llorente scored an own goal.
The Spaniard, creating his initial Premier League begin of the season in place of the injured Harry Kane, inadvertently beat Hugo Lloris from close range while attempting to clear the danger within his own six-yard box when a Jean Michael Seri corner.
The hosts thought they had doubled their lead 5 minutes before the interval but Aleksandar Mitrovic's header was ruled out as the Serbian was adjudged to be offside.
However Spurs responded in the second period and they Drew level six minutes when the interval when Alli ghosted in behind the Fulham defence to head a pin-point Christian Eriksen cross past rico.
And Winks completed the comeback in stoppage time when he stooped low from 5 yards out to meet substitute Georges-Kevin Nkoudou's cross and break Fulham's resistance.
Spurs remain in third after the win, 9 points behind Liverpool, while Fulham stay in 19th, seven points from safety.