City bounce back with impressive destruction of Spurs

Hugo Lloris

"I think we need to keep pushing, winning games and a massive three points against Manchester City", he said.

The Londoners though have a massive game to tackle on Saturday evening as they take on league leaders Manchester City.

While City's morale is down and the Premier League title all but won, Spurs have something to play in this clash.

However, this time there was no second-half collapse as City should have ran out even more convincing winners.

Wenger went on to reveal there had been some interest in the midfielder, who saw a late red card in last weekend's 3-2 Premier League win over Southampton rescinded earlier this week.

However, we should see the Spurs boss rotate his full-backs with Ben Davies coming in for Danny Rose - who's been ruled out with a calf injury - while Kieran Trippier should replace Serge Aurier on the right.

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah believes the Reds can win the UEFA Champions League and has opened up on how hard it is for him to win the Premier League's golden boot due to his playing position.

The key to the game may well be how Spurs deal with City's style of play.

Leroy Sane nearly gave City the lead in stunning fashion after four minutes, crashing a back-post volley against the post following Sterling's delivery from the right. They deserve all the accolades that should come their way for playing sensational football which has left some very good teams trailing miles behind.

"It is not about one result that we are going to show that we are ready or not ready [to challenge for the title]".

The London club trail United by four points after picking up six straight wins in an unbeaten run of 14 games.

Chelsea are realistically the only side who could yet catch Tottenham.

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Harry Kane has been handed a boost in his bid for a third successive Premier League Golden Boot after being awarded Tottenham's second goal at Stoke.

Indeed, Pep Guardiola's "army" still have to be officially crowned as Premier League champions and need a total of six points from six games to capture the crown. Palace are 17th on the table, three points clear of the relegation zone but remain in grave danger of being sucked back into the mix should they fail to secure the points. Salah may not be too concerned - he will reach 40 goals for his club in all competitions this season if he scores against Bournemouth.



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