Published: Wed, May 02, 2018
Sport | By Ashley Hunter

Tottenham manager Pochettino lauds 'massive win' over Watford

Tottenham manager Pochettino lauds 'massive win' over Watford

Kane was reportedly upset with both incidents, but he struck again in Spurs' 2-0 win over Watford on Monday and Pochettino sees no reason to be concerned about his mental state ahead of the World Cup.

The France worldwide made a number of fine saves as Spurs ran out 2-0 winners at Wembley, a result that moves them to within one point of third-placed Liverpool with a game in hand.

Tottenham were much improved after the break and Harry Kane made it 2-0 for the home side with a goal in the 48th minute.

Following the match, Pochettino admitted that it had not been one of Spurs' most eye-catching performances, but he was relieved to pick up all three points.

With 71 points from 35 matches, Tottenham hold the final Champions League berth from the EPL by a margin of five points over fifth-place Chelsea.

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"I'm surprised because we are not scoring goals in this moment, we are creating many chances, we are competing, we had good moments in the last games but it's not enough to get points, we need to continue to try to get the next three points".

"I think he showed he's fearless, the quality of performance and everything - Hugo's showed he's one of the best, I have no doubt about that". It's hard to win games.

Mauricio Pochettino has declared himself "proud" and "satisfied" of his Tottenham Hotspur players after the team remained in the hunt for a Premier League top-four spot.

The Londoners look on course to secure that goal, but the fact that Watford - traditionally poor in the second half of the season - forced Lloris into action on several occasions shows Tottenham can take nothing for granted.

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