Mauricio Pochettino doesn't think race for Premier League top-four is over
- Author: Julie Sanders Apr 14, 2018,
Apr 14, 2018, 19:20
One of the successes we have had is when we drop points, we have then win, win, win win.
"They were the most consistent team, playing with fantastic players of course and fantastic coaching staff and fantastic manager".
He had a terrible game against Liverpool where he lost control and gave away the ball, leading to Firmino scoring an easy goal.
With the backing of the Abu Dhabi royal family, City had spent a little more than £200 million just on new defenders this season. So, take a chance on another half-hearted effort from Antonio Conte's side and back Southampton to take at least a point. "Now, with the semi-final, it's two games to the last step". It is not just me wanting to build some sort of image about us. "Both teams are looking to attack", said Alli. In the same time, Everton have lost six of seven away matches with their only positive result coming at a Stoke side that played for an hour with 10 men.
'From when we arrived the challenge from the club was to be top four and of course we reduced the gap and we are competing.
"I think the fans love him, (they were) disappointed in the moment that he left, but he deserves a good reception from the fans". They're only human, they can make mistakes.
"Watching the game brought me great satisfaction, because it shows that we have reached a great level".
Much like last week's Manchester derby there should be goals in this one. "We'll try and come back next season and do really well".
Liverpool provided the flawless blueprint for how to beat City, having now done so three times this calendar year, but Alli insists that Spurs will do things their own way in search of another huge victory.
"I play as a winger [so] it's a little bit more hard cause I have to give assists, I have to give the pass and create chances".
You wouldn't bet against him doing it again, either.