After Hajar Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur Pede Can Chase Manchester City

After Hajar Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur Pede Can Chase Manchester City

Mauricio Pochettino is very confident with what Tottenham Hotspur has shown so far The Argentinean manager claims that Spurs can catch the acquisition of Manchester City points currently at the top of the standings.

Spurs look very brilliant when embarrassing guest Liverpool with a score of 4-1 victory at Wembley on Sunday (22/10). In the game, Harry Kane became a field star with a two-goal incision and an assist.

An additional three points to make The Lilywhites now equal Manchester United points that sit in second position with 20 points packing. Still left behind five points behind Manchester City are comfortable at the top of the Premier League standings.

Spurs more confident at Wembley

For that amazing performance, Pochettino thanked his team-mates successfully defeating Jurgen Klopp’s troops. Although they have to play two bigmatch within five days, which previously faced Real Madrid in the Champions League ended with a score of 1-1.

“I am very happy. Tuesday in Madrid is a great effort and also today, so thanks to my players, “Pochettino said as quoted by BBC Sport.

“We are very clinical and so aggressive. This becomes very important. We know very well that Liverpool will try to play and have a plan. They are a great team. ”

“Our team started to build confidence at Wembley. This victory is important to create a feeling like this in a home game, this is the key to us. It looks like we started to show it here. ”

“This is the third season where we try to catch something. Manchester City play very well, they have a great squad and have one of the best managers in the world. Let’s see what happens, we believe, we will try to pursue them. We focus every day. ”

Spurs will again face bigmatch this weekend, by challenging Manchester United at Old Trafford where it will be a crucial party. But before that, they will host West Ham in the last 16 of the Carabao Cup. (Source: Sportsmole)