Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas: How I felt when West Ham beat Tottenham

A dejected Christian Eriksen of Tottenham Hotspur looks on as West Ham players celebrate their team's 1-0 victory

Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas: How I felt when West Ham beat Tottenham

Two more victories will see Antonio Conte's Blues crowned champions and they will look to secure the first of those on Monday night against Middlesbrough.

Spurs will not compete in the 2017-18 Champions League qualifiers as they've now been guaranteed a top three finish in the Premier League.

Last month, Lloris told ESPN FC that "a winning mentality is already in place" at Tottenham but immediately after the game he rejected suggestions that fatigue was to blame and said his teammates had not gone the extra mile. All the action live on NOW TV, no contract! "We will try to move on and finish the season the best way and still fight".

Next up for Spurs is a tricky clash against Jose Mourinho's Man United in what will be the last fixture played at White Hart Lane.

In the second half, the hosts continued to frustrate their London rivals, only for them to take the lead on 65 minutes, with Lanzini pouncing on a loose ball after Spurs could not clear their area.

The Croat continued: "You have a game plan in every game".

"We can not deny that a smile came onto our face", he said on Sky Sports. It's not about always playing well or badly, it's not about running more or less, it's about when you must win you win.

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Ouattara said of the rebels that he "believed their words were sincere " and they would now be "exemplary soldiers". He added: "This is very similar to what happened in January". "We just want our money".

Speaking to the BBC after Tottenham's lost, Pochettino commented that, "It's not over" before explaining that he and his team will "have to wait but are thinking that it will be hard to catch Chelsea".

The 29-year-old Belgium global midfielder came on as a substitute for defender Jan Vertonghen midway through the second half. "We conceded the sort of goal you do not concede when you are a team fighting for big things".

'It was an important one for them and us, and under the lights on a Friday night, against them - you can't beat that feeling'. I think we've definitely matured as a team.

"I'm so proud of the boys".

"To beat a team like Spurs you need more than that and we also showed quality".

"It may sound odd, but the game we lost 3-2 at White Hart Lane in early November, we wanted to repeat it because we were really good in that game".

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