Published: Sun, April 08, 2018
Sport | By Ashley Hunter

Tottenham suffered a lot for the three points - Pochettino

Tottenham suffered a lot for the three points - Pochettino

"Look at the facilities of the new stadium".

That result dealt a serious blow to Chelsea FC's hopes of finishing in the top four this season, with Antonio Conte's men now in fifth place and eight points behind fourth-placed Spurs with just eight games left to play this season.

Tottenham, who are now fourth in the league, travel to Stoke City later on Saturday.

"It was my goal, it flicked off my shoulder and went in", Kane told Sky Sports.

"When we decide, it's not about personal feelings or emotions, it's about providing the team with the best tools to win", said the Spurs manager.

"Yes, he's going to arrive, ok we need to see him one training session more today after the press conference".

"That's why we must be ready to match them with the same motivation and hunger".

A number of Spurs players have continued to build their reputations over the current campaign and Jenas thinks if Tottenham can keep hold of talents such as Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli they will have done well.

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Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane appears to score his side's second goal at the bet365 Stadium.

Kane is aiming to achieve a third consecutive golden boot but Liverpool's Mohamed Salah has pulled five goals clear in his absence.

Stoke's winless streak has now been extended to nine games, although they showed plenty of fight having been beaten by four-goal margins in each of their last four games against Tottenham.

CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN scored twice as Tottenham closed the gap on Liverpool in the race for third-place in the Premier League.

"If one agent can earn a lot of money to be in the middle between two clubs, for one transaction, then people like our chairman or the people in that situation, for me it's normal that [they get paid well] because they are delivering a great job for this company".

"I am so sorry because Toby was an important player for us in the last two seasons", Pochettino added.

Tottenham manager Pochettino said on Friday that he expected a harder game this weekend and he said that's exactly what they got against a Stoke team which is now four points adrift of safety.

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