Amazing Kane is "a blessing and our future", says Pochettino

The t-shirt formed a sharp contrast with the sinister manner in which Dele Alli wore his snood

The t-shirt formed a sharp contrast with the sinister manner in which Dele Alli wore his snood

"We are an attacking team and I've put one more defensive midfielder in". In the second half we should have lost the game in the early part of the second half by more than one goal. The Arsenal manager said that he gave the game-changing moment another look after the game and reached a conclusion that Kane won the tussle Koscielny in the blond light.

Spurs now go to Juventus on Tuesday in their Champions League last 16 first leg, while Arsenal are in Sweden to face Ostersund in their Europa League round of 32 first-leg clash on Thursday evening. "I remember there were tremendous cases here when foreign players did it, but I must say the English players have learned very quickly and they might even be the masters now", Wenger said during the press conference before the EPL match against Tottenham.

Although not blessed with goal scoring ability, Dembele showed against Arsenal just how influential to Tottenham he is.

"It will be more hard to finish in the top four but we have to fight for it". "I had a few headers in the game so it was nice to see that one go in", Pochettico continued. We missed opportunities on the counter-attack. We also broke the record that year for the most goals scored in a Premier League campaign, with the champions finding the back of the net 103 times.

"I believe that we had opportunities, risky situations that we didn't transform into opportunities".

"We were destabilised by the goal they scored and they had two or three good opportunities where they could have scored".

"Sometimes you need that trophy or a big win against at Real Madrid or top six side to realise how good you are". Wenger needs to instead focus of better organising his defence if the Gunners are to have any chance of securing a top-four spot this season. I'm not a great fan of the Europa League being a qualifier, I think it's not right.

The England striker powered home Ben Davies' cross in the 49th minute to avenge Spurs' 2-0 defeat at the Emirates Stadium in November in the first north London derby to take place at Wembley since 1993.

THERE has been a Premier League power shift between the two clubs in North London over the last couple of seasons.

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