Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham's Dele Alli is under too much pressure

Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham's Dele Alli is under too much pressure

Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham's Dele Alli is under too much pressure

For me it was just about helping the team as much as I can and what people say. "He's a great talent and I have no doubts about him". 'Everyone knows we haven't won there in a long, long time and I thought we deserved it.

Alli was left out of both England's recent friendlies against the Netherlands and Italy with Gareth Southgate suggesting his place in the starting XI at the World Cup was far from secure.

But, Chelsea now have a major stumbling block in pursuit of the Argentine as they won't be able to offer him Champions League football, with a top four finish looking highly unlikely.

"I don't think he's going to be here next season", he said on the Gary Neville Podcast.

It encapsulated a season of irritation for Conte, whose last chance of silverware is in the FA Cup. "There is a lot of pressure on his shoulders". Chelsea's Alvaro Morata scored the opening goal of the match when he capitalized on Hugo Lloris's error in the 30th minute of the game.

"Champions League football is a must and we're in a great position", Kane said. We are working very hard to try to have a good season but, in the end, we are deserving this season. Tottenham's top-scorer only featured in the final 20 minutes after his right ankle made a rapid recovery from the ligament damage sustained three weeks ago.

Conte will, in the words of Vialli, have "a queue of contracts" from interested clubs to choose between, while Chelsea should gain fresh impetus from a new leader invested in the process, even if they will struggle to find a better coach than the man who masterminded their fifth Premier League title.

Antonio Conte is fed up with Chelsea's transfer policy and wants to bring a quick end to his spell at the Stamford Bridge. "The club has to take the decision".

"I have my opinion but I'm very exhausted of always repeating the same things".

Spurs have been the quiet achievers in the Premier League this season and yet their form line reflects a side excellently placed to stun their rivals on the back of remarkable consistency.

"Yeah, I'm sure about this".

"To create a winning mentality you have to get good results in big stadiums like Bernabeu or Stamford Bridge", Pochettino said, reflecting on the draw at Real Madrid earlier in the season and Sunday's success. Despite this we stay in this position.

Hazard has scored a respectable 11 goals and has also made three assists in 24 appearances in the Premier League.

However, Chelsea couldn't hold their lead until the break as in first-half stoppage time the ever unsafe Eriksen took aim from 25 yards and his fierce dipping effort clipped the bar on its way past Willy Caballero.

The Argentine goalkeeper was forced into a brilliant save from another long-range effort, this time from Son Heung-min, on the hour mark as Spurs started to take control.

This was a hugely symbolic win for Spurs.

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