Ivan Cavaleiro’s towering header salvaged a point for Fulham against Tottenham Hotspur in an entertaining 1-1 draw in north London.
Spurs took the lead on 25 minutes when Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg arrowed a fine pass to Sergio Reguilon, who in turn picked out Harry Kane with a pinpoint cross that was converted by the diving striker.
It was Kane’s 25th headed Premier League goal, as he became one of only three players to have scored 25 left-footed, 25 right-footed and 25 headed goals in the competition after Robbie Fowler and Andy Cole.
Son Heung-min also brought a good close-range save from Alphonse Areola, while Kane sent another header over the crossbar.
Fulham also showed plenty of threat, with Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa denied by Hugo Lloris and Ruben Loftus-Cheek hooking an effort just wide.
After the break Son raced clear but his low strike hit the post on 71 minutes.
Three minutes later, substitute Ademola Lookman found space for a brilliant cross, and Cavaleiro did the rest with a bullet header.
More fine work by Lookman soon teed up Loftus-Cheek, but Hugo Lloris was alive to the danger.
In the final minute, Reguilon had the ball in the net for Spurs, but his effort was ruled out for offside and Fulham secured their fifth consecutive Premier League draw.
Spurs are sixth on 30 points, while Fulham’s fifth consecutive PL draw puts them 18th on 12.