Spurs will continue to push - Vertonghen
- Author: Regina Holmes Apr 07, 2017,
Apr 07, 2017, 2:24
Conte's reaction after asking if Spurs won... priceless! They have a lot of qualities.
But Gerrard still thinks we're in a better position than rivals Arsenal and Manchester United, who now sit in fifth and sixth respectively.
"We play for us". We must be focused and try to win six games and take three points (six times). If we do this, we will win the title. He understands the way the gaffer wants him to play.
A loose kick by home goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois - another Belgium worldwide - enabled Sergio Aguero to level for City in the 26th minute.
"It is a big win", the Belgian playmaker told BT Sport. But the most important thing is that we never gave up.
We begin with the Chelsea boss, who was understandably pleased with the victory, but even more so as it came against a City side he declared are the best in the league during his post-match reaction.
"But we must be pleased because we beat a strong team - the best team in the league".
Furthermore, why would Pochettino, who is incredibly comfortable at White Hart Lane, want to leave without achieving anything other than getting Spurs back into the top four? That's the target. We have to be ready for everything.
"We need a result, certainly in the next two games, because the games are running out now".
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"Today the Premier League has gone", Guardiola said. If we are able to do this, we will win the title. I'm a lucky guy to be here with them.
"The players know the situation we are in".
Jan Vertonghen says Tottenham's "very special" squad will carry on dreaming of winning the Premier League title.
Dele Alli started the stunning comeback with an equalizer in the 88th minute, before Son Heung-min and Christian Eriksen added further goals in stoppage time at Liberty Stadium.
After Alvaro Negredo's opener, Lazar Markovic, Oumar Niasse and Abel Hernandez replied for Hull to leave the hosts 3-1 up by the 33rd.
Middlesbrough played their full part in a pulsating encounter, but are now seven points adrift of safety with eight games remaining.
"One win will change everything", West Ham manager Slaven Bilic said after Wednesday's 3-0 loss at Arsenal. We created enough to score goals. We're happy Liverpool drew [with Bournemouth] in the last couple of minutes.
"They got six points".
Benik Afobe struck for Bournemouth in the seventh minute, but Philippe Coutinho bagged Liverpool's equaliser with a typically cool 40th minute finish.