Kane: 'Ruthless' Spurs have eye on Chelsea

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Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has described his side's 4-0 win over Bournemouth on Saturday as a "fantastic result" as they look to chase Chelsea down in the Premier League title race.

Chelsea's title hopes were dented at the weekend after losing 2-0 to Manchester United with Tottenham closing the gap to just four points.

"I think if there is one favourite it's Chelsea because they are top of the table, because of the experienced players and the manager that they have", Pochettino, whose Tottenham side lost the 2015 League Cup final to Chelsea, told reporters on Friday.

They already have 71 points, one more than last year's final total, with six matches still left to play and are one short of their Premier League record tally of 72 points, set under Andre Villas-Boas in 2013.

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"It is normal that sometimes the referee can see and sometimes he cannot see so we cannot judge him because also we had some mistakes in the game".

"The first reason is, with Liverpool and Manchester City's victories, if we don't win today, goodbye Premier League (top four)".

"But we are in a good moment, too, and we are hungry to challenge this type of team". We spent a lot of energy fighting against Leicester, but (also) against West Bromwich, against Chelsea, against the media, against the people.

"I'm pleased to get to the 20-goal mark again, kicking myself that I probably should have had a couple more!" Jimmy Greaves was unbelievable, a club legend, scored goals week in, week out.

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"We will play with a lot more confidence", Belgium global Vertonghen said when asked how the Tottenham side of March 2015 compares with the team today. We didn't give them any chances and from the start to the end we played very well. But now we are focusing on fighting our opponents when we play.

"3-0, 4-0, it's important to keep possession, to score goals and that is the mentality we are building".

"The way we're playing now, with so much confidence home and away, we feel especially strong at the Lane, it's probably the best form we've been in in a couple of years".

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