The Denmark global got in the 91st moment to get a 1-0 succeed at Wembley which keeps Spurs in the title picture Christian Eriksen was a calmed man in the wake of falling off the seat to net the champ as Tottenham edged past Burnley to keep in contact in the Premier League title race. The north Londoners scarcely undermined all through the hour and a half at a wet Wembley in a headache from their Champions League attract at Barcelona mid-week which saw them improvement to the knockout round of the opposition. Mauricio Pochettino expedited Son Heung-Min and Eriksen for the end stages and the move paid profits when the Denmark universal whipped past Joe Hart from Harry Kane's lay-off.
"The games are so close to each other if you drop any points to lose ground getting to first place so getting in a flow like we are now feeds confidence," said the 26-year-old attacker. "It should be a good Christmas I hope."
"We try to win every game, it is not only around at Christmas we want to win all the time."
"We are in a good situation, we have a lot more points than we had before and feel confident going into any game."
"We had to wait a long time on a cold day like this."
Under Pochettino, Spurs frequently leave their best type of the battle for the wild happy period, averaging a bigger number of focuses per diversion around Christmas than they do through the span of the season. Eriksen has not generally been guaranteed of a beginning spot in the Tottenham first group this term, starting only nine of their 17 top flight installations as wounds have incurred significant damage on his crusade. Despite the fact that his oversight against Burnley came subsequent to playing a hour and a half in a fine 1-1 draw at the Camp Nou, he was pleased to contribute off the seat.
He added: "Every time you come on you want to make a difference particularly in a game like this when it is 0-0 for a long time."
"To score in extra time was nice and a good feeling."
"Any goal it doesn't matter if it is your first or number 20, when you score a goal like this to win the there points is always important and it is nice to score."