Dele Alli netted his 21st goal of the season in the second half, with Harry Kane doubling Spurs' lead 146 seconds later from the penalty spot.
A deflated Arsene Wenger said: "We did lose the game in a very quick space of time, and after that it took us time to recover. Let's hope we can make that one special too".
"This is a very big disappointment for us. We are in the race for the title and now we have to be focused on the West Ham game". "It's hard but we will see".
Wenger added that Spurs "were sharper than us physically, and we had problems to play".
"Yes, of course (we are) disappointed because we have not reduced the gap on Chelsea - but (I am) so proud of the performance of the team and our support". Yes, we are in the race for the title.
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Despite being hooked by Oshie, Cullen slid the puck through the five hole for a short-handed goal and a 1-0 Pittsburgh lead. Wingels stopped to scoop the puck out of the goal before joining the pile. "We came off and then got out there again.
"In 20 years it happened once". We knew that, we showed that from the start that we wanted to win. "What a day. A great weekend for us". We have to give everything in every game. We had clear-cut chances in the first-half. We needed three points and in the end we have none'.
"They deserve it. We have a cup final to play, we have to fight for a place back in the top four". We feel like we can beat anyone. It just looked like we were not out-numbered. I think we've had a better season than last year, and whatever happens this year, next year again we've got to be even better. Frankly, I'm sure once the players are home after the match today and have time to reflect they may be a little sad that Everton couldn't nick a result against Chelsea. In the last 15 minutes we dominated. "Hopefully, we will be finishing strong and achieving a nice thing as well".
It has been clear for some time that Tottenham are building for the future. The last derby at White Hart Lane was very emotional for everyone.
"We've got a fantastic manager - he's one of the best in the world in my opinion". The way things are going, it might just be Spurs on top for a while longer.