Tottenham stages late fightback, wins 3-1 at Swansea

The arrival of new manager Paul Clement appeared to breathe life into Swansea City, though they've stalled again with only one point from their last three games. Obviously it wasn't the start he wanted [at the club], but he's showing now what he's capable of.

"Dele's goal made a big difference for our belief and we've proved time after time now that we're not going to lay down until the game is over".

Stewart Robson and Ross Dyer go toe-to-toe in week 32's Premier League predictor. "Definitely, definitely yes. I'm convinced".

Pochettino introduced Vincent Janssen from the bench as Spurs began to turn up the pressure once more, but the Netherlands global was denied by a good block from the fearless Fabianski, who rushed from his line to close down the striker after Alli's reverse lob sent him through. The most important thing is the badge.

"Now it is up to them to win the league".

"I hope to do what Pochettino did - speak English in four years and be second in the table".

"It was a very hard game for us".

The hosts dared to attack on occasion, with Kyle Naughton close to becoming the second ex-Spurs player to score against his former employers as his deflected shot fizzed wide. If he fails to make it then Michel Vorm will continue in goal.

Chelsea's win over Manchester City at Stamford Bridge means that the Blues' lead at the top remains just seven points going into the final part of the season. For most of their game, it seemed they were about to extend their lead to 10 points, but their 2-1 win over Manchester City was still hugely significant. We are in a position where we need to do our job, win games and put pressure on them.

"We had control of the game and we showed patience".

"It is insane how the goals came in the last few minutes but we pushed and we created chances to win", said Pochettino.

"Before it was always "Tottenham will finish fifth or sixth", but I think in the last two seasons especially we've proven that we belong where we are. To be where we are is a massive achievement for us".

'We were missing five players at Swansea who normally start, but the other guys fit in and we're a very strong squad who can beat every other squad in the Premier League'.

Striker Harry Kane could return for his side's home Premier League clash against Watford on Saturday after recovering from an ankle injury that has ruled him out for a month.

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