Published on: April 27, 2019, Saturday, 3:03 AM
The head of Tottenham Hotspur, Mauricio Pochettino, admitted that they did not have the slightest denial of his party on Saturday 1-0 with West Ham.
Spurs dominated the first half and led the goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski Hammers not to face.
In the second half, West Ham improved, and Marco Arnautovic lost the ball, as Michail Antonio passed by Hugo Lloris.
"We all feel disappointed," said the Argentinian Sky Sports after the match. "The first half was good for us, we did not have a second chance – an option for us, one of them and a score.
"It was tough, we know it was going to be tough. Reasons come in very good condition and they are cool and difficult to compete.
"It was harder in the second half, because we did not set the options we were trying to make in the first half, but in the second half it was difficult to break West Ham.
"We spent a lot of space and we needed to run, and we made an incredible effort. We finally accepted it and it was tough, we must move on now."
Spurs returned to Ajax on Tuesday in the first matchday of the Champions League.
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