Prowse decides Southampton 2-1 Tottenham with brilliant free-kick

Tottenham finally given date to move into new stadium

Tottenham finally given date to move into new stadium

While the goals for the Saints didn't come until the end of the second period, there was more vigour and energy from Ralph Hasenhuttl's side, who are still in a battle to avoid relegation from the Premier League, with a moment of magic from Ward-Prowse deciding the contest. "It is so hard to understand why we changed so much from the first half to the second", Pochettino added.

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Southampton, however, were much improved in the second half, and found a route back into the game on 76 minutes through youngster Yan Valery, who converted Stuart Armstrong's cross at the far post.

While he had cause for celebration, another setback has left Tottenham sweating on a top-four finish. "It's something I don't want to accept".

Dele Alli returned after a seven-week absence with a hamstring injury to revive his instinctive relationship with Kane, adding to the upbeat mood generated by the midweek win at Borussia Dortmund that booked Tottenham's place in the Champions League quarter-finals.

With the prospect of returning to White Hart Lane prompting chants of "We're going home" from the large travelling support, it looked like being a memorable afternoon for the visitors after Kane's eighth goal in nine games against Southampton.

Third-placed Tottenham are three points above fourth placed Manchester United and four ahead of fifth placed Arsenal, with their rivals meeting at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.

"We need to be careful how we assess ourselves and it's so important to live in the reality".

"Harry is like my son, he has made his name with us, he's one of the best strikers in the world".

"When you lose the momentum after 45 minutes, that is about mentality, that is about being strong and keeping the right". And, of course, it wasn't the best way to complain or to talk with the referee.

They are heading to Barcelona for a short training camp this week where they will make the most of some time off after a hectic run of games over the last few months.

"If not, we are going to struggle and I think we can not compete only 45 minutes and then the other 45 minutes say, "OK, finished". To be consistent, you need time, if you want to be a real contender in the future".

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