West Ham defeat leaves Spurs boss Pochettino disappointed


Spurs host Manchester United on Sunday in what will be the final match at White Hart Lane ahead of the club's temporary switch to Wembley while their new home - on the site of the old stadium - is built.

Antonio Conte's men will open up a seven-point gap if they beat Boro - and could win the title on Friday, 12 May.

"The performance was not the best. Now we have to wait but thinking that it will be hard to catch Chelsea".

"It's disappointing really because we were on a fantastic run and we didn't think it was going to stop".

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"It was a hard game and if you compare (it) with five days ago against Arsenal, I think it was a different game and it wasn't the same performance that we played last week".

West Ham's win over Spurs marks the second consecutive season that Spurs' title hopes have been destroyed by a London rival. Pochettino insisted that the midfielder's omission from the starting line-up did not played a part in the defeat.

Fortunately for Walker, Lanzini dragged his shot harmlessly wide from a tight angle when a pass to Jonathan Calleri might have been the wiser option.

Twice he denied Harry Kane in the space of a few seconds midway through the first half and he also reacted well to keep out an Eric Dier header. Harry Kane struck one effort that Hammers goalkeeper Adrian did well to block, Dele Alli almost turned home the rebound, and then Kane was given a second opportunity which Adrian again got to.

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Lloris didn't exactly throw in the towel following Friday's 1-0 defeat at West Ham, but the inquest he and similarly devastated teammate, Ben Davies, conducted afterwards said as much.

The north London side never looked comfortable, and the Hammers had them rattled from the very first minute. "Maybe we were a little desperate tonight after they scored".

The biggest winners on the night will be Chelsea, who can clinch the title before Tottenham play their next game.

Son threatened with a thunderous effort, but Adrian tipped it away and Tottenham s nightmare scenario became a brutal reality in the 65th minute. Aaron Cresswell's cross from the left had been pushed back across goal and as Spurs failed to clear the danger, Lanzini arrived to apply a sumptuous finish from inside the six-yard box.

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Shock etched on their faces, Tottenham were unable to muster a response.