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Tottenham's Harry Kane hoping Manchester City beat Liverpool

03 January 2019

And the Spurs boss said he was delighted with the way his players handled their fourth league game in 10 days.

Because of that, Spurs have already faced nine of their Premier League opponents, including Cardiff, at Wembley, and Warnock contends that their remaining ten home games should take...

Pochettino added that he wouldn't let nervousness over the table prevent him from watching Thursday's clash between City and Liverpool, the league's highest-scoring sides.

Tottenham Hotspur legend Graham Roberts has lauded Moussa Sissoko's performance against Cardiff on Tuesday and believes the Frenchman is "bossing" it in midfield this season.

Spurs made it 2-0 after just 12 minutes with a classy goal from Eriksen.

Neil Warnock will therefore be disappointed and maybe a little concerned by what has happened in his side's past two home matches against Manchester United and Spurs. "He will go with his national team, but we have players and football is about the squad and surely we will find the solution".

However, Wolves managed to bounce back in the final 18 minutes thanks to goals from Willy Boly, Raul Jiminez and Helder Costa to secure a shock 3-1 win.

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Hoilett brought a first save out of Hugo Lloris when Spurs allowed Paterson's cross to bounce in the box and he climbed above Trippier at the back post. In this country all the people are going to watch the game, but I will be in a neutral position trying to enjoy the game.

"I don't have news", the coach said.

Cardiff entered the contest in confident mood after four points from festive fixtures at Crystal Palace and Leicester had moved them three clear of the relegation zone.

"When we start off like that, we shoot ourselves in the foot".

"All the planning goes out of the window". However, he was heavily involved in two goals against Cardiff, first playing a neat first-time pass infield to help set up Eriksen's strike and then making the driving run through midfield that produced Son's goal.

"I was pleased we hung in there because it's easy to throw the towel in when you're 3-0 down to a team like this".

Tottenham's Harry Kane hoping Manchester City beat Liverpool