Sunday, 14 February 2016

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The Tottenham coach feels the experience from Sunday's 2-1 win over Manuel Pellegrini's men will help his side further down the line but insisted he must remain calm

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The Liverpool manager was delighted with the way his side dismantled their opponents on Sunday, but expressed sympathy with Remi Garde and the bottom club's situation

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The coach criticised referee Mark Clattenburg for the spot kick he awarded the visitors early in the second half, insisting it played a key role in outcome of the game

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A 2-1 loss to Tottenham on Sunday leaves Manuel Pellegrini's men six points behind league leaders Leicester and the former players feel their chances of winning the title are over

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Manuel Pellegrini's side were beaten in Sunday's Premier League clash with Tottenham, a result that sees them remain in fourth place, six points behind leaders

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Mauricio Pochettino's challengers are tenacious, energetic and determined, a far cry from a City side incapable of attacking well and defending solidly at the same time

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The former Arsenal striker found it "weird" that the Nigerian's team-mates were muted in their reaction to his equalising goal in their 2-1 defeat against Tottenham on Sunday

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Spurs claimed a huge result in the Premier League title race thanks to a controversial penalty from Harry Kane and a dramatic late winner from Christian Eriksen

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The north Londoners appeared to have victory snatched away from them by substitute Kelechi Iheanacho, until the Danish playmaker stroked the ball past Joe Hart late on

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The former Manchester City defender posted a picture of a car on social media following the defeat to Jurgen Klopp's side, but was it aimed at critics?

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Danny Welbeck's late winner against Leicester City on Sunday was the 100th injury-time strike from the Gunners, the most of any team in Premier League history

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Remi Garde's side were torn apart by the Reds at their own stadium on Sunday but was their appalling display the poorest seen so far in the 2015-16 campaign?

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The ex-Liverpool defender slated Remi Garde's men after their 6-0 trouncing at the hands of the Reds, insisting they would struggle to survive in English football's second tier

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Jurgen Klopp's men ended a poor run of form with a rout against the top-flight's bottom club, with six different scorers getting in on the act at Villa Park

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Manuel Pellegrini's side, who boast the best points record at home in the top-flight this season, take on a Spurs team who have won their last six consecutive games

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The Gunners match-winner was almost left out of their squad against Leicester, admits his manager, who was delighted with his impact

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The Gunners stopper described his team's 2-1 win as "tricky" after Danny Welbeck's injury-time winner, admitting the Foxes forced them to "concentrate"

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The striker, who made his first appearance for the Gunners since April of last year, admits he has been through a difficult time but is keen to keep playing and stay fit

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The striker, who has been sidelined through injury since last April, came off the bench to score the winner against Leicester leaving fans full of love on Valentine's Day