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Mauricio Pochettino: 'I only want players who are committed to Tottenham'

19 August 2018

But after a slow start at their temporary home last season, Tottenham have a good record at Wembley and picked up another three points despite being fully tested by newly-promoted Fulham.

Kane struck in the 77th minute at Wembley Stadium, three minutes after global teammate Kieran Tripper picked up where he left off at the World Cup with a curling free kick to put his side ahead for the second time.

Premier League clubs can register a squad of up to 25 players, with changes only possible during the summer or winter transfer windows, with 18 named for each match.

I think deep down that's the one Pochettino wants.

"After drawing a blank at St James's Park Harry Kane has now gone 14 games without a Premier League goal in the month of August, but he is likely to have the opportunities to right that wrong at the weekend".

But, when Trippier was given a turn with the scores level at 1-1 in the 74th minute, he went one better, firing Spurs back into the lead with his second successful free kick in successive appearances. Many in Germany still believe Yarmolenko wasn't given a fair chance under Peter Stoger during the second half of last season.

Tottenham managed to put the controversy over their delayed move to a new home behind them and Harry Kane finally found the net in August as Fulham were beaten 3-1 on Saturday.

However, former Arsenal midfielder Merson doesn't share his optimism as the Sky Sports pundit has backed Chelsea to edge this weekend's huge game in west London 2-1. The most fit players can get injuries'.

West Ham United boss Manuel Pellegrini says they won't be moving for Yaya Toure.

FW Lucas Moura, 7 - Squandered two good early chances, heading wide at close range and taking a heavy touch when clean through. The most important game is Saturday.

Leicester City opened the scoring against Wolves on Saturday via an own goal from Matt Doherty as he headed in Marc Albrighton's cross.

Arsenal head to Stamford Bridge for the 5.30pm kick off looking to bounce back following their 2-0 defeat to Manchester City last Sunday but Unai Emery saw enough positive signs to give him confidence the north Londoners can get a positive result today.

"In that moment it was 1-1, the game it was a tough game".

10-man Newcastle missed a penalty five minutes into stoppage time as they drew 0-0 at Cardiff.

Mauricio Pochettino: 'I only want players who are committed to Tottenham'