Mixed emotions for Mauricio Pochettino after Tottenham match Chelsea result

Rosalie Stanley
May 14, 2017

Arsenal "keeper Petr Cech made no attempt to hide how "angry and disappointed" he felt after a 2-0 defeat by Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday dealt a huge blow to the Gunners" bid to qualify for the Champions League.

Arsenal sit in sixth and six points below fourth-place Manchester City though have a game in hand.

Victory also moved Spurs 17 points ahead of their north London rivals in the table and ensured they would finish above them for the first time since 1995.

Arsenal will take on Chelsea in the FA Cup final later this month as they look to end what has been a disappointing season with some silverware.

Despite being bullish before the game he admitted his team had been "lucky" to keep the scoreline respectable.

"The biggest disappointment for us is to not be in the fight, at this period of the season, for the championship". We need to give up on Project (Aaron) Ramsey, too. "We all know there is a part of the season that is more important and it is now".

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A goal by Dele Alli and a penalty from leading scorer Harry Kane kept the gap between Spurs and Chelsea to four points with four matches remaining. We were patient until we went 2-0 up and even after that we made it hard for them, we were unsafe on the counter-attack.

Former Blackburn and Celtic striker Chris Sutton has claimed that Harry Kane did not dive in Tottenham's win against Arsenal on Sunday.

Dembele, who has once again proved to be a vital member of the Tottenham squad this season, did not start the last ever north London derby at White Hart Lane due to an ankle injury.

"They do not come from heaven, you earn them on the pitch. Today was another chance to see the team learn and improve".

"I know what it means". To win away against Everton is not easy and it was a great result but we have to continue in this way - go step by step. If you'd ask the players, I think they'd all agree that there isn't a whole lot that could diminish their happiness.

"I can understand our fans being excited about finishing above Arsenal, but I don't feel the same because for me it is about trying to win the title".

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