Tottenham Hotspur were dominant in Cardiff. They kept the ball, they created chances and, for the most part, defended well. But it was all for naught because their finishing was sloppy and when they did, David Marshall or bad luck kept the ball out of the net. So much for three away points and the joint spot atop the league.
Then Paulinho came to the rescue.
Brazilian flair, rabble rabble.
Call it what you want, just call it three points.