Tottenham Hotspur FC comprehensively outplayed rival London side West Ham to beat them 4-1 which puts them in 5th position on the table, four points shy of league leaders Leicester City. After the match however, manager Mauricio Pochettino played down any talk of title hopes.
The Spurs outfit looked at their sublime best in the home game against West Ham with Harry Kane scoring a brace and goals by defenders Kyle Walker and Toby Alderweireld helping them beat West Ham United FC to leapfrog them into 5th place.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino refused to get drawn into talks of premier league title ambitions.
a The end of the season is too far away,a Pochettino told Daily Mail a We are a young squad, we need to develop our way. We have been consistent but to win the title maybe we need more. Step by step.a
But Pochettino was also impressed by their victory and thought it was one of the greatest performances by the Spurs during his tenure.
a I am very proud,a he said. a That was definitely one of the best performances since I have been here, Ia m very happy. The best thing is that you can feel how the players believe in the way we play.a
Harry Kane Back In Form
Harry Kane has now scored 8 goals in his last 5 games and with the brace against West Ham confirmed that the heroics of last season were not a blimp on the radar but a sign of things to come.
Pochettino was also full of praise after the match. a I never had a doubt about Harry Kane. Ita s difficult sometimes to score in every game but Harry is great.a
Kane seems to be ready and willing to take his club to the top and continue their 12 game undefeated run. a Wea re full of confidence and can beat anyone.a , he said.