Harry Kane’s sharp early strike gave Spurs the lead but Crystal Palace, desperate to avoid an eighth successive defeat, hit back to claim a deserved share of the spoils.
Jeffrey Schlupp was on hand to net the equaliser early in the second half when the visitors failed to clear a corner kick.
With Crystal Palace already safe, in spite of their slump, it was all about Tottenham’s bid to finish in sixth above Wolverhampton Wanderers and guarantee a Europa League spot.
Wolves’ 2-0 loss at Chelsea ensured a point was enough for Jose Mourinho’s side.
They ended the season on 59 points, above Wolves on goal difference, thanks to a strong finish to a season of upheaval at the club.
Edited By: Franca Ofili and Olawale Alabi) (NAN)
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