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03 April 2018, 03:45 | Donald Newman
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Chelsea'sAlvaro Morata scored the opening goal of the match when he capitalized on Hugo Lloris's error in the 30th minute of the game.
And all the hard work was achieved with Harry Kane on the bench. "I'm very happy for him because he played very well".
Holding onto Pochettino despite interest from Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain remains every bit as important as not kowtowing to big bids for the likes of Kane and Alli - as Spurs so often have in their recent past when Madrid came calling for Gareth Bale and Luka Modric. "It's more about the expectation being so high".
Chelsea fans will never forget the magnificent performances of the 2016/2017 Premier League season but when the move to axe the Italian is finally made, few tears will be shed for a man who has chosen to ruin his own good work less than 10 months after being universally acclaimed as a master tactician.
Manager Antonio Conte began the afternoon a bundle of defiant energy on the touchline but had been tamed by the end, sullenly pacing with his eyes downcast, resigned to another defeat that brings his exit closer.
However, they are now clear favourites to win the FA Cup this season and in current form it would take a fearless man to bet against them.
'We must be realistic and understand what our level is, struggling to fight for a Champions League place, ' he said. "Honestly, I think that I'm giving - the players are giving - everything this season".
"This puts massive pressure on Chelsea in terms of the Premier League and getting into the Champions League places".
Former Chelsea player and manager Gianluca Vialli has claimed that Antonio Conte "is nearly looking forward" to leaving the club in the summer. We have a great side and we believe in ourselves.
The former striker was interviewed by talkSPORT, where he revealed that the Russian billionaire must be concerned about the rise of the Spurs who have managed to finish second in the Premier League, two years in a row. If we are in this position, we deserve to be in this position.
At the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal warmed up for Thursday's crucial Europa League quarter-final against CSKA Moscow with three goals in the final 15 minutes against second bottom Stoke.
Alexandre Lacazette netted the third, also from the spot, after Aubameyang passed up the chance of a hat-trick to give his out-of-form team-mate a welcome confidence boost.
When inquired whether he fretted for his future having lost the hopes of acquiring at least a top-four finish, the illustrious gaffer said, "I'm not anxious". "I like that because it can only make the team stronger".
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