Round 24 of Premier League play saw six draws and four one-goal games, making every goal vital.
Harry Kane tallied twice in his first North London derby, the second a game winning header that looped over Arsenal’s keeper. It may not be the prettiest goal he ever scores, but it will surely be his most memorable.
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Manchester City was on the verge of being shocked by Hull City at home until James Milner stepped up with a piece of individual brilliance. The midfielder curled a free kick around the wall and into the side netting, saving a point for the Citizens in stoppage time.
Sadio Mane also scored in stoppage time, returning from international duty with Senegal to score the only goal in Southampton’s 1-0 win over Queens Park Rangers.
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Sunderland fans will be delighted to see Jermain Defoe make the cut, as the striker has scored twice in three appearances since coming over from Toronto FC. Against Swansea City, Defoe showed he is more than just a predator in the box, this time taking the ball from midfield before firing home into the bottom corner.
For Chelsea, Branislav Ivanovic can always be counted on to put in a stout defensive performance. Against Aston Villa, the outside back contributed offensively as well, drilling home the game winner with a laser off the bounce.