Mauricio Pochettino hails Tottenham's belief after holding out for win over Everton

Mauricio Pochettino hails Tottenham's belief after holding out for win over Everton

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Chelsea could re-establish their 10-point lead on Monday if they defeat West Ham.

Spurs have let in the fewest amount of goals in the PL (18 in 26) games and visiting teams have managed only five in 13.

The teams have been struggling for form and confidence since the turn of the year, and the losing team at Anfield will likely drop to sixth place, behind a resurgent Manchester United. Kane, meanwhile, headed into Sunday's encounter having scored a remarkable three hat-tricks in his last nine outings in all competitions.

"Okay, the [first goal] made it more hard and they punished our mistakes in the second half and that was really hard".

Romelu Lukaku was brilliant in that match scoring four goals and he's now Premier League's top scorer, alongside Alexis Sanchez and Tottenham's Harry Kane who've also netted 17 times this season.

This prompted Spurs to wake up a bit and they nearly got a third goal when Kane was through on goal one on one with Robles but this time the keeper made a save as the striker tried to dink the ball over him.

Kane sustained a knock to his knee against Stoke last weekend while Vertonghen came off as a precaution but the pair are expected to be passed fit for the clash at White Hart Lane.

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As for Everton, Lukaku was largely contained by Tottenham's three-man central defence, but took his only real chance clinically.

Mauricio Pochettino will take some relief from the remaining games on Tottenham's calendar. Does Koeman learn from his mistakes, I doubt it.

"I understand I am at one of the biggest clubs in Europe, Tottenham is one of those".

Who do you think has the better chance of turning the tables at White Hart Lane?

It's normal we catch the attention of other clubs and football people.

Ronald Koeman acknowledged Tottenham were deserving winners against Everton on Sunday, saying Spurs were the "better team". I follow managers, teams, how they play.

His agent, Mino Raiola, confirmed last week that Lukaku intends to stay and that contract negotiations were "99.9999%" done, but matters can change so swiftly in football, as we all know.