Swansea City have secured a 2-1 victory over West Bromwich Albion on Saturday night, after a late equaliser from Romelu Lukaku gave them the victory.
With Swansea sitting third in the table and a point behind leaders Chelsea, they are now three points clear of the leaders in second spot.
The win sees the Swans move up to eighth in the Premier League table with nine games to play, six behind Chelsea.
In the first half, Lukaku netted the opening goal in the first minute and a late winner in the 73rd minute, to give the Blues a 1-0 lead.
Despite Swansea having chances to take the lead, Lukasz Fabianski levelled in the 82nd minute when he made a stunning run towards goal, before he made contact with goalkeeper Joe Hart, allowing the ball to go over the bar.
In stoppage time, Lukakas Jakubovski fired over the crossbar.
The result puts Swansea at the top of the table for the first time since the season began, while West Brom have slipped down to fifth spot.
It is the Swians first league win since March 11, when they won 4-1 at Manchester City.
In terms of points, Swansea have eight, while the Baggies have five.
Baggies manager Tony Pulis has said he is not concerned by Swansea’s win.
“It’s a fantastic result for the team and it means that we can start to take our confidence and momentum up to a new level,” he said.
“There are no negatives about it.
They played very well and deserved to win, but we are still in the fight for top four.”