Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea played out an eight-goal thriller, sharing the spoils at White Hart Lane.
Didier Drogba headed Chelsea in front after three minutes but Jonathan Woodgate quickly equalised for Spurs.
Michael Essien gave Chelsea a half-time lead with a clever finish. Joe Cole then looked to have sealed the points with a third goal just after the break.
But Dimitar Berbatov and Tom Huddlestone pulled Spurs level, only for Cole to strike again.
Robbie Keane’s stunning goal two minutes from time denied Chelsea the win and prevented them from moving level with Arsenal in second. The draw left Spurs 11th.
Stoke City maintained their unbeaten home run in the league with a crushing win over Newcastle United.
Jonathan Walters headed in Jermaine Pennant’s cross to give Stoke a half-time lead. After the break, Pennant turned goalscorer as he slotted past Steve Harper.
Danny Higginbotham and Ricardo Fuller added gloss to the win that moved Stoke above Newcastle into 10th with 37 points, a point and a place above the Magpies.