CHRIS Wood grabbed a dramatic late equaliser to earn Burnley a wonderful point at Wembley.

The striker, signed from Leeds for £15million last week, stunned Spurs in stoppage time with his first Burnley goal to secure a 1-1 draw.

And while Wood was off the mark barely half an hour after coming off the bench, Harry Kane's August drought stretches on as he was thwarted by a stubborn Clarets defence and a couple of fine Tom Heaton saves.

The England striker has still never scored in the Premier League in the opening month of the season, a barren run now standing at 13 matches.

And Tottenham's sorry record at their new temporary home now reads just one win from their last 11 matches.

But take nothing away from Burnley who produced another determined display which underlines the growing belief in East Lancashire.

Dele Alli's strike early in the second half had looked like helping Spurs to a first home win of the season - but Wood had other ideas and his late leveller sent the travelling Clarets fans into delirium.

The hosts enjoyed greater possession and chances but Burnley were resolute on the road.

Having picked up a stunning 3-2 away win at champions Chelsea on the opening day, Sean Dyche's side enjoyed another positive result against one of the league's big boys in the North London sunshine.

The Clarets managed just that solitary away success on the road last season, against Crystal Palace in April, but that didn't tell the story of improved showings in the second half of the season.

And Burnley have continued where they left off this time around.

Dyche's side were far from outplayed and had chances of their own in a first half which saw Spurs enjoy plenty of possession but visiting keeper Heaton was not called into serious action.

Burnley's best attacking threat was from set pieces with James Tarkowski heading wide and Ben Mee nodding over.

Spurs, who had former Claret Kieran Trippier in their starting line-up were on the front foot for most of the half but Burnley, displaying the doggedness and determination we have become accustomed to seeing, held their own as they entered the interval scoreless.

But it didn't take the home side long after the re-start to take the lead with Dele Alli the goalscorer.

He met Christian Eriksen's corner six yards out with a first-time shot which Matthew Lowton somehow blocked on the line. Unfortunately for Burnley, the ball fell straight back at the feet of Ali, who drilled it home for his second goal of the season.

Kane then went close when he shot across the goal and wide from an Eriksen pass as Spurs threatened a second.

The England frontman was then denied twice by his Three Lions teammate Heaton who produced a fingertip save from one effort and then blocked a one on one chance minutes later.

In between, Robbie Brady came close for the Clarets with a thumping 20-yard effort which Hugo Lloris tipped over.

Dyche introduced record signing Wood and Ashley Barnes for the final half hour and switched to a 4-4-2 formation.

And the decision began to pay dividends as the game entered the closing stages.

Burnley were finishing strongly as Spurs, perhaps too aware of their Wembley wobbles, began to lose their shape.

Wood had served a warning to the home side as he was denied by a Spurs defender before sending a shot wide from Stephen Ward's cross.

But as the game ticked into the final minute the £15m man made no mistake as he latched onto Brady's pass and slotted the ball past Lloris to earn a splendid point.