Two goals from Chris Wood and Ashley Barnes were enough to give Burnley as surprising home win against Tottenham.
The Tottenham Burnley match was filled with tension especially from coach Pochettino who was against referee Mike Dean decisions.
Trouble started in the second half when Burnley were awarded a corner that led to their opener frustrating the Argentine who had to be pulled away.
In a statement, Pochettino admitted to have crossed the line and would apologize to Mike Dean.
Burnley opened their goal account in the second half when Chris Wood headed home Dwight McNeil’s corner scoring his fourth goal.
Harry Kane who made a return after injury equalized for Tottenham after taking advantage of Danny Rose’s quick throw but Ashley Barnes late goal that sunk Tottenham’s hopes.
Tottenham currently lie in third position behind Liverpool with 60 points after 27 games and nine points ahead of Manchester United.
Burnley lie in position 14 with 30 points, two points above Newcastle who hold 15th position.
Harry Kane return for Tottenham
Tottenham striker Harry Kane made his return after picking up an ankle injury in January when they faced Manchester United.
Although making a return in a highly charges match, Kane managed to evade tackles and instead threaten to score.
He made his mark in the second half when he sent a Danny Rose ball to send it past Burnley goalkeeper for an equalizer.