The Dane gave Spurs the lead in the 52nd minute with a calm, composed strike across goal. Not long after though, the lead collapsed as Stoke's Mame Biram Diouf capitalised on a Hugo Lloris mistake to bring the scores level.
But, in the 63rd minute, the north London side fired back once again with another Christian Eriksen goal from a free kick. Striker Harry Kane has subsequently claimed that he managed to get a touch and is deserving of the goal, sparking a big debate.
Speaking about the disputed goal to the Independent, Eriksen said: "There are a lot of arguments going on around here.
"I think Harry, if he touched it, he touched it and it's his goal. How he celebrated, he had the feeling he touched the ball."
As Harry Kane battles it out against Liverpool's Mohamed Sarah in the fight for a third successive Premier League Golden Boot, every goal counts. And, this was one that Kane feels particularly strongly about, even prompting Match of the Day presenters Gary Lineker and Alan Shearer to have a look at it.