Spurs' top four chances take another hit as Southampton complete stunning turnaround

Tottenham finally given date to move into new stadium

Tottenham finally given date to move into new stadium

In attack Kane was a constant menace and scored his 200th career goal with a composed finish following a slick exchange of passes with Alli, albeit the England captain appeared to be marginally offside when he struck. It's hard to understand the second half, the way that we started the second half and the way that we gave the belief to Southampton.

"It is so hard to understand why we changed so much from the first half to the second", Pochettino said. "I am very disappointed, we were better in everything and then we lose the game", said the Argentine.

"I am so, so, so disappointed.I am a little bit anxious about this change from the first half to the second half - it's only one thing, it's mental".

What a difference a half-time team talk can make, as Southampton were a much-improved team in the second half to the slow, limp display they produced in the opening 45 minutes.

"There are a lot of top sides in the league and it is going to be tough end to the season".

However, after they booked their place in the Champions League quarter-finals at the expense of Borussia Dortmund in midweek, former Liverpool FC striker Owen is tipping the Lilywhites to claim all three points on Saturday.

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.

Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea are all breathing down their neck, and the prospect that Mauricio Pochettino's side miss out is a distinct possibility.

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

"Of course I want to beat them but I wish them all the best".

"I think my reaction is the same as yours and our fans".

Santiago Solari's future as Real coach hangs in the balance after three defeats in a row which have effectively ended the club's chances of a trophy, culminating with a 4-1 loss to Ajax Amsterdam which knocked them out of the Champions League.

"We put in a good solid performance against Fulham and at Manchester United we played well and should have come away with something more. In every moment, you could feel that there was a special atmosphere in this stadium".

Chris Hughton's side took the lead through Glenn Murray's early goal at Selhurst Park before Luka Milivojevic equalised with a second-half penalty.

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