And now [we try] to be focused and try to be ready next week against Bournemouth here again, and we'll see what happens.
Solidity at the back has underpinned the side's success throughout Pochettino's tenure, though, and Tottenham once again demonstrated how hard they are to play against in this impressive thrashing of Watford.
Crystal Palace breathed new life into a title race that appeared to be foregone conclusion before their unexpected win at Stamford Bridge last weekend.
There were sighs of relief in east London where West Ham claimed victory in a six-pointer against a Swansea side who are now without a win in five games.
― Reuters picLONDON, April 8 ― Mauricio Pochettino saluted "fantastic" Tottenham Hotspur's 4-0 rout of Watford as his title chasers closed the gap on Premier League leaders Chelsea.
With Spurs fast cementing their status as one of the Premier League's dominant sides, Pochettino is now focused on propagating a "winning mentality" across the entirety of the club.
After wins at Burnley and Swansea, Spurs returned to their home turf and had Harry Kane on the bench following his recovery from an ankle injury, but Victor Wanyama had to pull out after picking up an injury during the warm-up, meaning Joshua Onomah was called into the squad. The blues, however, could increase the gap back to seven points later today as they play Bournemouth in the late kick-off. Now nearly certainly safe from relegation at 37 points, nine above the drop zone, the Hornets have grabbed two consecutive victories and will invade the Lane feeling no pressure - and knowing that all of the pressure is on Spurs, at least according to Watford's French midfielder Aboulaye Doucoure, who says that his side comes into the game with "nothing to lose".
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It was his first regular season home run since 9/12/2015 and his third career homer off of a left-handed pitcher. Former Brewer Reynolds led off the third against starter Chase Anderson with his second home run of the season.
Spurs went close in the 19th minute through Janssen whose shot hit the cross bar following a cross from Kieran Trippier.
"It's important that we compete against us", he told Sky Sports after the game. Alli lets fly with a 25-yard curler that flies into the top corner from just outside the left of the area.
The second followed soon after and it was Dier who was on hand to convert from the edge of the box for his second goal in three games, having previously gone all season without scoring.
The Senegal worldwide scored the game's only goal in the 44th minute with a fine long range effort.
Dele Alli opened the scoring with a wonderful curling effort after 33 minutes with Eric Dier drilling home a second six minutes later.
Barely ten minutes had elapsed of the second-half before Son found the net again, this time slotting in at the back post from an on-the-sixpence cross from Trippier on the right wing.
- Tottenham have won 11 Premier League home games in a row, their best winning streak at White Hart Lane since October 1987 (14).