Pochettino: Record breaking Tottenham win puts the pressure on Chelsea

Jack Wilshere suffered another injury in an afternoon to forget for the on loan midfielder

"Sometimes because we're still second and Chelsea are still ahead people don't think we're doing as well as a year ago but 71 points already and with six games left it's incredible".

"We fought against all and we spent a lot of energy". We didn't give them any chances and from the start to the end we played very well.

Saturday's 4-0 thrashing of Bournemouth was Tottenham's 12th-consecutive home win and seventh straight victory in the top-flight - the first time they have done that since 1967.

The win pushed Tottenham to within four points of Chelsea at the top of the Premier League table, with Chelsea set to visit Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday.

"We learnt a lot from last season".

"That was our challenge from the beginning of the season, to improve our mentality, our belief".

Tottenham are certainly the form team going into the clash, having won eight matches in a row in all competitions and scored an average of three goals a game in that period.

The half-time interval brought only temporary respite for Bournemouth, who found themselves a further goal behind within three minutes of the restart as Kane scored his 13th goal in 12 league games. I think today it's not important the gap we have with Arsenal."The most important thing is to do our job, try to win games and try to reduce the gap with Chelsea".

Neville did not name the unsavoury characters but it is likely that he was alluding to players such as Emmanuel Adebayor, Paulinho and Nacer Chadli, who all had run-ins with the Argentine before they were sold.

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe was unable to provide an update on on-loan midfielder Jack Wilshere, who was forced off with an apparent ankle injury early in the second half.

Manchester City kept pace to move into third place and remain seven points behind Spurs with a 3-0 win over Southampton.

But the home side did bag their fourth of the afternoon in added time, when substitute Janssen received Ben Davies' decent cross, and although he was initially denied by the impressive Boruc, he tucked home the rebound for his first ever Premier League goal from opening play.

"They would be the team that we would aspire to be, in possession and out of possession", he said.

While Bournemouth remain seven points above the relegation zone, they will watch this weekend's remaining games involving the teams below them with a degree of anxiety.

"We've got to focus the players' minds that we're not".

"To me, he is the most exciting young coach in the Premier League, and potentially the most exciting in Europe".



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