"It's a happy day for everyone - fans, players - and we feel very proud", Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said.
Stoke have managed just one win since Christmas and will have to conjure up some more points if they are to avoid relegation.
We missed the basic ingredients that makes football great - to play with power and enthusiasm.
There are doubts over the fitness of Danny Welbeck and Alexandre Lacazette, but the latter is highly expected to start after facing Crystal Palace this past weekend.
Arsenal ultimately cruised to a 3-0 Premier League win on Sunday, but it was tight and the hosts looked frustrated before Aubameyang broke the deadlock from the spot in the 75th minute.
"He's got to be 100 per cent right that's a penalty".
"Overall in the Premier League in the last few weeks we faced that problem".
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang opened the scoring from a controversial penalty as Bruno Martins Indi won the ball from Mesut Ozil but still saw referee Craig Pawson point to the spot. "It was a game changer", Lambert said.
"With my experience I can anticipate that; we don't go for the championship or for the top four, we are in front of a big game [Chelsea v Tottenham], it's Sunday afternoon on Easter".
"Really to me, it was a lack of urgency, but in the second half, it was a lot better".
If so, they'll lose sight of just how much Alli has already achieved while still so young.
Son caused more panic in the Chelsea defence and after the South Korean had two efforts blocked, the ball fell to Alli who took a touch before firing home.
In addition, some politicians have called on England to boycott the World Cup in Russian Federation this summer, while Gunners fans planning to make the trip to Moscow for the second leg of the quarter final were warned about "anti-British sentiment" due to "heightened political tensions" by a statement on the club's website (via the Guardian).