Spurs Keeps Title Hopes Very Alive

The White Hart Lane this evening was full of Tottenham’s magnificence as they thumped Watford four – nil. With or without their Talisman Harry Kane, the form of the North London club of recent has been convincing, if not for the equally or more spectacular results Chelsea produces, Spurs would be the best candidate for the title, nevertheless they are still contenders.

Mauricio Pochettino’s boys without grace after beating Watford in round one by 1-4 again returned to demolish 10th place Watford with goals coming from Deli Alli at 33’ Dier 39’ Song Heung-min 44’ 54’. Watford boss Walter Mazzarri was left in wonders by the pitch side in an unsure state as he watched his side suffer huge margin lose away from home.

In interview Pochettino the Spurs boss said it’s the job of the team to keep winning games. In his own words, this is what he had to say;

The message for us is to keep pushing, winning games. That’s our Job, and then what happens this afternoon with Chelsea is their problem. We’ll see. If they fail, our job is done because we are there [behind them], but still it’s up to them to win the Premier League.”

Whereas according to Mazzarri, Watford was unfortunate in the first half for conceding three goals.  Speaking in an interview, he added in his own words;

We were unfortunate in the first half, being 3 – 0 down. Then the second half was very difficult. We started well, playing on the same level, but they had three great shots from three champion players. The third goal cut our legs completely. The first 20 minutes we played very well and were just missing the last pass. ”

Tottenham remains second on the table after Chelsea which is ahead of them by seven points. They hosts Bournemouth which lost to Chelsea next week on Saturday 15th April while Watford hosts Swansea next Saturday at Vicarage Road.