Chelsea legend: 'Real pressure' is on Spurs in title race

Premier League Tottenham Hotspur pummel Bournemouth 4-0 Manchester City climb to third spot with 3-0 win over Southampton

Pochettino said, "I think we learned a lot".

Tottenham are arguably playing the most aesthetically pleasing football this term and this is shown in an impressive goal difference of +46 compared to leaders Chelsea's +38.

For Manchester United, finishing top four is still achievable as they are six points off fourth-placed Liverpool with two games in hand.

Spurs have won seven league consecutive games - scoring 22 goals in the process - to pile the pressure on Chelsea.

He said: "The closer Spurs get to Chelsea the more pressure they are under".

"There are only six games left, and we are still in a good position".

Harry Kane believes Tottenham could land a psychological blow on title rivals Chelsea by beating them in Saturday's FA Cup semi-final clash. We need to work hard in training and go again.

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Two of those games are against relegation candidates in Middlesbrough and Sunderland while the others are against beatable mid-table teams in Southampton and Watford.

Those games are followed by the visit of Manchester United, who presumably will still be chasing a top-four spot.

Now, the defeat at Old Trafford, combined with Tottenham's strong form - including 12 straight home wins - means some nerves may be jangling at Stamford Bridge.

The former Juventus coach said he was not anxious about the pressure mounting over the final six games, however. We've been very good at that this season, especially at home.

But in a pointed reference to Chelsea's struggles last season under Mourinho, now the United manager, he said his team's quest for the title deserved to be considered a "miracle".

Chelsea was deprived of its goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and didn't have the flair to beat the Reds Devils, who were hungry for revenge after two defeats against the Blues, once in the cup and four nil in the championship match. A fitting farewell would be to win the Premier League in his final year at the club, but will destiny favour him one last time?

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