ENGLAND – PREMIER LEAGUE

LONDON — A goal down and Harry Kane injured, Tottenham's campaign for a third consecutive Premier League top-four finish looked to be taking a serious hit.

But Mauricio Pochettino's team had other ideas, delivering a stirring comeback to defeat Bournemouth 4-1 on Sunday.

Dele Alli equalized, before Son Heung-min struck twice and Serge Aurier nodded in to show Tottenham is far more than the "Harry Kane team," as it was described by Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola earlier this season.

"Sometimes it looks that in football only are important are the 11 players that play every week," Pochettino said. "But for me it's so important the squad, because with a greater squad, with everyone fighting for the same objective, you can achieve all that you want."

Spurs moved into third, a point above Liverpool, and five points clear of fifth-place Chelsea. Eight rounds remain in the race for the four Champions League spots.

Earlier Sunday, Arsenal defeated Watford 3-0 as Petr Cech became the first goalkeeper to reach 200 Premier League clean sheets.

The former Chelsea 'keeper saved Troy Deeney's penalty as goals from Shkodran Mustafi, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan ensured the Gunners ended a run of three straight league defeats.

Despite the victory, Arsenal is 12 points adrift of fourth place and Arsene Wenger's team selection suggested his attention is now firmly focused on the Gunners's Europa League campaign.

While Tottenham's win keeps it in a strong position for now, it will desperately hope that Kane is fit to return for its next league game, against Chelsea in three weeks' time.

"I am concerned, until he has a scan tomorrow we cannot say nothing more," Pochettino said. "We hope it's not a massive issue for him and for the team and as soon as possible he can recover again and be available."

The anxiety over Kane's condition, after an apparent injury to his right ankle, won't be limited to Tottenham. The Premier League's joint top scorer — tied with Liverpool's Mohamed Salah on 24 goals this season — is expected to lead the attack for England at this summer's World Cup in Russia.

England's opening game is against Tunisia in Volgograd on June 18th.

SON STEPS UP

After Kane was forced off in the 34th minute by a collision with Bournemouth goalkeeper Asmir Begovic, it wasn't obvious who could turn the game around for Spurs.

Alli equalized with a composed volley at the back post shortly after Kane went off, but it was Son who won the match.

He volleyed in Alli's cross at the back post in the 62nd, before displaying his composure by rounding Begovic to seal three points in the 87th. Serge Aurier then headed in a fourth in stoppage time.

South Korea forward Son now has seven goals in his last four games in all competitions and his fine form has been a major factor in Spurs' 12-game Premier League unbeaten run.

ARSENAL MILESTONES

Petr Cech saved a penalty on his way to becoming the first goalkeeper to claim 200 Premier League clean sheets.

It was the first time the 35-year-old Cech has kept out a spot-kick since joining Arsenal in 2015, having spent 10 seasons before that with Chelsea.

"It's an unbelievable personal milestone obviously," Cech said. "We took only 18 games to get nine clean sheets at the start of the season and since then we've had to wait 11 games which is sometimes frustrating."

However, it was Mesut Ozil who set the first record of the day at the Emirates. His cross for Mustafi's opener made him the fastest man to 50 Premier League assists, taking 141 games.

Aubameyang and Mkhitaryan then each contributed a goal and an assist to give Arsenal a win that does little more than strengthen its hold on sixth place.

GERMANY – BUNDESLIGA

BERLIN — Michy Batshuayi scored deep in injury time for Borussia Dortmund to beat Eintracht Frankfurt 3-2 and return to third place in the Bundesliga on Sunday.

The visitors were expecting a share of the points after Danny Blum's injury-time equalizer, but there was still time for Batshuayi - who was dropped from the starting lineup - to score his second goal of the game.

"When you get the equalizer in injury time, you shouldn't then concede the winner in injury time," said Frankfurt coach Niko Kovac, whose side dropped three points behind Dortmund with eight games remaining.

Frankfurt, which had twice come from behind to pull level, is two points behind Bayer Leverkusen, which occupies the last Champions League qualification spot.

Christian Pulisic, restored to Dortmund's starting lineup after being one of the few to impress in the side's Europa League defeat at home to Salzburg, displayed his intent from the start, whipping in a sharp cross that Andre Schuerrle headed wide.

Two minutes later, the United States midfielder did it again, crossing for Marco Reus at the far post only for retreating Frankfurt defender Marco Russ to turn it into his own net in an attempt to clear. Reus, who extended his Dortmund contract on Friday, would have almost certainly scored either way.

Dortmund dominated the rest of the first half but Frankfurt held on and showed a different face in the second.

Kevin-Prince Boateng drew a smart save from Dortmund's Roman Buerki after the break, and the visitors maintained their pressure.

Dortmund coach Peter Stoeger brought on Batshuayi for the last half hour. The Belgian forward had played every league game for Dortmund since his loan winter switch from Chelsea, though he hadn't scored since the 2-0 win over Hamburger SV on Feb. 10.

But it was another substitute, Luka Jovic, who rewarded Frankfurt's patience with the equalizer with 15 minutes remaining. The Serbian forward got his head to Jonathan de Guzman's free kick.

Not to be upstaged, Batshuayi scored two minutes later to restore the home side's lead after being played through by Pulisic.

Dortmund finished strongly with Reus drawing a good save from Lukas Hradecky, who might be a teammate next season. The Frankfurt goalkeeper's contract is up at the end of the season and has been linked as a replacement for the retiring Roman Weidenfeller.

Then Blum thought he'd salvaged a draw with his equalizer, but Batshuayi had the final say, stopping the ball with his right foot and turning to smash it in with his left.

"I'm happy because it's a long time since I scored," Batshuayi said.

STUTTGART THRIVING

Stuttgart held Leipzig to a 0-0 draw to stay unbeaten in six Bundesliga games under new coach Tayfun Korkut.

Leipzig, which hasn't won in four games, remains sixth, four points behind Leverkusen.

Timo Werner had the best chances for Leipzig on his return to his former side. The Germany striker missed a great opportunity before the break when Stuttgart 'keeper Ron-Robert Zieler got a foot to his shot.

Arguably the best chance of an uninspiring game fell to Mario Gomez, who headed wide for hosts Stuttgart with 10 minutes remaining.

ITALY – SERIA A

MILAN — Fiorentina played its first match since the death of captain Davide Astori, beating last-place Benevento 1-0 on an emotional Sunday at the Stadio Artemio Franchi.

The 31-year-old Astori was found dead in his hotel room last Sunday after a suspected cardiac arrest before his team was due to play an Italian league match at Udinese.

"Davide was, and will always remain, our light," said new Fiorentina captain Milan Badelj. "No one will ever forget this match, it will be difficult ... Florence has shown us its soul, we are all united after a tragedy like this."

The Fiorentina players and staff all came out for the warmup wearing Astori No. 13 shirts and lined up next to a giant poster of his shirt and the words "captain forever." They also held up a banner with "Ciao Davide" before kickoff.

There were plenty more No. 13 shirts and banners in the stands, including in the visitors' section, with one huge banner reading: "There are men who never die. There are stories that are passed on through eternity. Bon voyage, Captain."

Purple and white balloons were released after an impeccably observed minute's silence as part of a series of deeply moving scenes, which had many in tears.

The players also stopped to remember Astori after 13 minutes of the game and there was special choreography in the stands, with the fans turning one end purple with "Davide 13" while everyone chanted Astori's name — as they did for most of the match.

Vitor Hugo, the player who replaced Astori in the starting lineup, scored the only goal of the match in the 25th minute, leaping high to head in Riccardo Saponara's corner for midtable Fiorentina.

Hugo celebrated by running to the bench with a T-shirt bearing Astori's face, giving it to a member of staff and saluting it.

Both teams hit the post in the final minutes, through Massimo Coda and Badelj.

Many of the players collapsed to the ground after the final whistle, with tears streaming down their faces.

"I hope that, from above, Davide is proud of us, I am convinced he gave a hand to Vitor Hugo to jump so high, he is always on the pitch with us," said Fiorentina midfielder Marco Benassi.

"It has been a difficult day, like the whole week, we have felt a great emptiness."

TITLE BLOW

Napoli's hopes of winning a first Serie A title since 1990 took a blow as it was held to a 0-0 draw at Inter Milan.

Napoli trails leader Juventus by a point, with Juventus having a game in hand.

Both sides had chances in an entertaining match, with Inter going closest to breaking the deadlock when Milan Skriniar headed a free kick off the right post early in the second half.

Lorenzo Insigne could have given Napoli the lead but he fired narrowly off target on two occasions.

Inter remained fifth and is a point behind Lazio, which has played one game more.

JOY FOR 'LA JOYA'

Paulo Dybala scored twice as Juventus beat Udinese 2-0 to move top of Serie A, despite Gonzalo Higuain missing another penalty.

Juventus could be four points clear of Napoli on Wednesday if it beats Atalanta at home in a match which was rescheduled due to bad weather.

Dybala, nicknamed "La Joya" (the jewel), broke the deadlock in the 20th minute, curling a trademark free kick into the top corner.

Higuain should have doubled his side's lead after Dybala was fouled in the area by Gabriele Angella, but he saw his spot kick saved by Udinese goalkeeper Albano Bizzarri shortly before halftime.

It was the fifth penalty Higuain has missed in Serie A.

Higuain made up for his error by setting up Dybala's second four minutes after the break.

Dybala has scored four goals from his last three matches.

OTHER MATCHES

The fight for survival is heating up.

Three teams — Crotone, Sassuolo and Spal — are now on 24 points, two more than 19th-place Hellas Verona and one point below 15th-place Chievo Verona.

Spal got sucked into the relegation zone after drawing 1-1 at Sassuolo, which is above it only thanks to a better head-to-head record.

Crotone moved out of the bottom three after a surprise 4-1 win over Europa League-chasing Sampdoria.

Sampdoria remained seventh, three points behind AC Milan, which snatched a 1-0 win at Genoa thanks to Andre Silva's header in the fourth minute of stoppage time.

Milan is now six points off fourth-place Lazio and a Champions League spot, with a match in hand.

Lazio also scored deep in stoppage time, with Ciro Immobile's stunning back-heeled lob salvaging a 2-2 draw at Cagliari, which has 26 points.

Elsewhere, Atalanta beat Bologna 1-0.

SPAIN – LA LIGA

MADRID — Antoine Griezmann is keeping alive Atletico Madrid's hopes of a Spanish league title challenge.

The France forward scored an impressive goal and helped set up two others as Atletico comfortably defeated Celta Vigo 3-0 on Sunday to keep pace with league leader Barcelona.

Victor "Vitolo" Machin and Angel Correa also scored for Atletico at Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid.

The team's 10th win in 11 matches in all competitions kept second-place Atletico eight points behind Barcelona with 10 matches left. The Catalan club beat last-place Malaga 2-0 on Saturday despite playing without Lionel Messi because of the birth of his third son, Ciro.

Atletico's only recent setback was a 1-0 loss at Barcelona in the previous round.

"There is still a lot of league left," Atletico coach Diego Simeone said. "We are focusing on each match. I want to reach the final five rounds with chances. Then we will see what happens."

Griezmann has been decisive for Atletico. He scored his eighth goal in five matches after a neat move inside the area just before halftime. The Frenchman cleared two Celta players by faking a shot near the goal, then sent the ball into the top far corner to open the scoring at the Metropolitano.

Griezmann, who has previously been linked with a move to Barcelona or Manchester United, then set up Vitolo's goal with a well-placed throughball inside the area in the 56th, and he also started the play that led to Correa's final goal a few minutes later.

"The reality is that today Griezmann is with us and he has been playing fantastically," Simeone said. "Tomorrow is another day."

Real Madrid stayed in third place by defeating Eibar 2-1 on Saturday with a pair of goals by Cristiano Ronaldo, while fourth-place Valencia remained a point behind Madrid by winning 2-0 at Sevilla with two goals by striker Rodrigo.

Sevilla stayed fifth but 11 points behind Valencia in the fight for a Champions League spot next season. Sevilla plays at Manchester United in the Champions League on Tuesday in the last-16 second leg. The teams drew 0-0 in Sevilla in the first leg.

Celta stayed ninth with the loss, its second in three matches.

VILLARREAL WINS

Villarreal took a step toward securing a Europa League spot by defeating Las Palmas 2-0 with second-half goals by Carlos Bacca and Nicola Sansone.

The win moved Villarreal to sixth place, one point behind Sevilla and a point ahead of Girona.

The teams in fifth and sixth automatically qualify for the second-tiered European competition.

Las Palmas, winless in six matches, stayed in 18th place and is four points from safety.

ESPANYOL RALLIES

Forward Gerard Moreno scored a 72nd-minute winner as Espanyol came from behind to defeat Real Sociedad 2-1 and extend its unbeaten streak to seven matches.

Willian Jose opened the scoring for the visitors just before halftime but Leo Baptistao equalized for Espanyol early in the second half.

Moreno got the winner off the rebound of his missed penalty kick, which was initially saved by former Atletico goalkeeper Miguel Angel Moya.

The victory allowed Espanyol to overtake Sociedad for 13th place.

GARCIA'S GOALS

Raul Garcia scored twice in the first 20 minutes to lead Athletic Bilbao to a 2-0 win over visiting Leganes, ending the team's three-match winless streak in all competitions.

Garcia scored in the 10th and 17th minutes at San Mames Stadium to move Athletic to 12th place.

Leganes dropped to 15th.

FRANCE – LIGUE 1

PARIS — Alassane Plea scored four goals in a display of clinical finishing as Nice came from behind to win 5-2 at Guingamp in the French league on Sunday.

In the absence of Mario Balotelli, who was out injured with a thigh injury, Plea took on the scoring duties and got his first league quadruple. The former Lyon striker converted four of his six shots.

The emphatic victory revived Nice's hopes of qualifying for the Europa League, lifting the Riviera side to within one point of fifth-place Nantes with nine matches left. With leader Paris Saint-Germain and second-place Monaco in the League Cup final, the fifth spot is likely to bring Europa League football next season.

"We went through difficult times this season and lost many points we should have picked up," Plea said. "But we are still in the mix ... It's going to be tight, but there is room to go and get a European qualification."

Nice quickly recovered after Clement Grenier opened the scoring for the hosts from the penalty spot in the ninth minute, netting his first goal for Guingamp since joining from Lyon during the winter transfer window.

Plea leveled on the break in the 24th minute with a left-foot shot and hit the post with a header before halftime. Nice took the lead in the 47th minute with a superb effort from Plea, who controlled the ball with his chest to get past Jonathan Martins-Pereira on the left side, cut inside to the area, rounded Christophe Kerbrat and beat goalkeeper Kalle Johnsson with his right foot.

The 25-year-old Plea, who scored a hat trick against Metz last season, made it 3-1 near the hour-mark from a tight angle after being set up by Pierre Lees-Melou. Guingamp pulled one back through Grenier, whose free-kick was headed into his own goal by Nice defender Santos Marlon with six minutes left.

The suspense did not last for long, though, as substitute Bassem Srarfi restored his side's two-goal lead with a header two minutes later. Plea got his fourth in stoppage time to take his season tally to 10 goals.

SUB'S FASTEST GOAL

Marseille striker Konstantinos Mitroglou scored the fastest goal for a substitute this season, needing just 35 seconds after coming on to net the winner in a 2-1 win at Toulouse.

Often criticized by Marseille fans, Mitroglou's superb effort involved a quick one-two with Dimitri Payet. The France international was set up by Mitroglou down the right flank and cut back a precise cross to his Greek teammate who slotted home with an acrobatic volley under the crossbar in the 79th minute.

It was Mitroglou's fourth league goal this season.

Lucas Ocampos had given Marseille an early advantage in the 10th minute but the visitors failed to hold onto their lead as Firmin Mubele leveled from close range nine minutes later.

Marseille dominated in the later stages and should have extended its lead in stoppage time when Bouna Sarr rattled the crossbar with a long-range effort and Mitroglou headed the ball onto the post from the rebound.

Marseille moved within four points of second-place Monaco in the fight for Champions League qualification and kept its five-point lead over Lyon intact ahead of their meeting next Sunday.

LYON BACK TO WINNING

Fourth-place Lyon ended a six-game winless run, including three losses in the French league, with a 1-0 scrappy win against Caen.

Facing a well-organized side, Lyon had only a few opportunities and failed to convert its sole first-half chance when Caen goalkeeper Remy Vercoutre parried away a shot from Myziane Maolida in the 34th minute.

Vercoutre was saved by his post after the interval when Ferland Mendy unleashed a curled strike from 20 meters (yards), and Caen responded through Enzo Crivelli's header, which hit the woodwork in the 58th.

Lyon finally broke the deadlock near the hour-mark when Bertrand Traore connected with a cross from Mendy and slotted home for his seventh league goal this season.