Spurs are still in the hunt to qualify for Europe after a last-gasp 2-1 victory over rivals Manchester City at White Hart Lane.
The home side dominated the first-half and City keeper Shay Given pulled off three great saves to deny Jermaine Defoe, Roman Pavlychenko and Ledley King.
But Defoe finally broke the dead-lock on 29 minutes when getting behind Richard Dunne to flick on a Tom Huddlestone cross from the right.
City came out a different side after the break and substitute Valeri Bojinov volleyed home fellow substitute Benjani's header on 65 minutes.
But Spurs won it with four minutes to go after substitute Frazier Campbell went down under a Micah Richards' challenge and Robbie Keane made no mistake from the penalty spot.