Mauricio Pochettino Sends Clear Message To Wantaway Tottenham Players

Mauricio Pochettino Sends Clear Message To Wantaway Tottenham Players

Mauricio Pochettino Sends Clear Message To Wantaway Tottenham Players

Harry Kane ended his hoodoo of failing to find the net in August as Tottenham made themselves at home at Wembley by beating Fulham 3-1 on Saturday to move top of the Premier League.

Lucas Moura curled home his first Premier League goal to give Spurs the lead, but Aleksandar Mitrovic deservedly headed Fulham level early in the second half.

"We know this team are probably going to take possession off us, and we must be ready to work all together off the ball, and show solidarity and great effort", he said.

Any striker who can go a month without scoring to open the season and still lead the league in goals by the end of the year is a special player, and that's definitely a description that fits Harry Kane.

Spurs are the only Premier League club since 2003 who did not sign anyone during the off-season.

"Of course, it's only the beginning of the season but it is so important to win games but we can improve, we conceded too many chances today and against Newcastle". They will next face Fulham tomorrow and will be hoping to continue the form.

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"In the important moments Spurs showed great quality".

"I had a few chances and I would have liked to have done better, but I was there to score the third".

The Brazilian started his second consecutive Premier League game and was a prominent figure throughout, nearly scoring early on with a header before eventually finding the net just before half-time.

"Fulham will surely need more time to gel with coach Slavisa Jokanovic giving debuts to no less than eight players against the Eagles on Saturday".

Kieran Trippier has a big season with Tottenham Hotspur ahead of him, following his World Cup heroics.

The tactical switch proved key as Spurs dominated the closing half-an-hour, and Alli was only denied a goal when seeing a shot cleared off the line after Fabri had failed to deal with a cross.

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