Tottenham Hotspurs charge to the English Premier League title was dented a major blow as Burnley ran late riot at the Turf Moor and emerge late 2-1 winners.
Harry Kane hit the back of the net on his return but this was not enough to give Tottenham the much needed win it so desired to help it keep up with title contenders Liverpool and Man City.
Spurs were looking to add to a run of four consecutive wins and would have moved within two points of leaders Manchester City and Liverpool with a victory at Turf Moor on Saturday.
But in-form Burnley posed a strong challenge and the Clarets took the lead through Chris Wood’s header from a Dwight McNeil corner the visitors felt was incorrectly awarded.
Kane, who was sidelined for six weeks by an ankle problem, appeared to have claimed a point for Spurs but Barnes – who has now scored in four consecutive top-flight outings – turned in decisively from close range with seven minutes to go