Spurs cannot compete with rivals in transfer window - Pochettino

Everton and Ireland star James Mc Carthy had a difficult injury-ridden campaign.                     Image Richard Sellers

Everton and Ireland star James Mc Carthy had a difficult injury-ridden campaign. Image Richard Sellers

"It is about being more competitive next season".

Spurs won a league match away from home by a margin of 5+ goals for the first time since April 1989 (5-0 v Millwall).

Tottenham have played their last game of the season against relegated sides for two years running and this season they will look to do better than last season and manage to get a win against Hull City unlike what they did last season against Newcastle.

Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino labelled the forward one of the best in the world after he motored to the top of the scoring charts with 26 goals.

"We will keep the players that we want to keep", he said.

"We are so calm about our key players and they are very happy here".

Son Heung-Min scored Tottenham's other two goals, his 20th and 21st of the season.

" The first-choice side, he's probably not in it, but 20 goals for the season for a so-called squad player?"

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Spurs travel to the Tigers on Sunday while Lukaku and Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez, who is the only other player with a realistic chance of winning the award, are set to go head-to-head at the Emirates.

The visitors were untouchable as they sealed their 13th win in their last 16 games in all competitions, having already cemented second place.

Tottenham Hotspur can not compete with their Premier League rivals offering huge wages in the transfer market despite securing a Champions League berth for the upcoming season, manager Mauricio Pochettino has said. After a frightful start to the season, the former champions have a chance to make it into the top 8, providing they win their last 2 matches.

Leicester was on the back foot instantly when Son shot over before Jamie Vardy fired straight at Lloris.

But Son atoned for his miss 10 minutes later when he provided Kane with the opener. With Fuchs trailing behind, Son teed up Kane to sweep in from six yards. Leicester basically allowed Spurs to have shooting practice towards the end of the game, and Kane didn't need further invitation, coolly finishing from just outside the box with a strike that left Foxes keeper Kasper Schmeichel wrong-footed.

With Chelsea already confirmed victor of the title, Tottenham took vengeance on the Foxes at the King Power Stadium on Thursday night, May 16, to move to 83 points after 37 matches.

Tottenham threatened to overwhelm the Foxes and Schmeichel saved Eric Dier's header before the hosts could grab a breather at half-time.

Leicester responded shortly before the hour mark as Ben Chilwell kept his cool, taking advantage of Hugo Lloris haring out of his goal, to stab the ball through a cluster of Tottenham players and into an unguarded net.

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