Tottenham should be forced to see out season at Wembley, says Warnock

by Leon Thompson January 3, 2019, 0:59
Tottenham should be forced to see out season at Wembley, says Warnock

Three quick thoughts from Tottenham's 3-0 Premier League win over Cardiff City in South Wales on Tuesday.

The two Premier League titans clash in monumental game in what's already being billed as a title decider.

Kane's goal came off his shin, deflecting in a loose ball from a bad touch from Cardiff captain Sean Morrison after Kieran Trippier's cross from the right initially hit the England captain.

Tottenham can now relax with a watching brief as third-placed Manchester City and Liverpool meet at the Etihad Stadium on Thursday night - a game where Pochettino says he will be in a "neutral position". However, it then backfired against Wolves as his overworked players exhausted and capitulated, conceding three goals in the final 20 minutes as a 1-0 lead turned into a chastening 3-1 defeat.

The England striker has now scored 16 goals in his last 12 Premier League away matches against newly-promoted teams. It meant that five of Spurs' front six players - Harry Winks, Moussa Sissoko, Christian Eriksen, Son Heung-Min and Harry Kane - started for the fourth match in a row, with all of those games taking place in the space of just 10 days.

Kane then played in Son, who found the corner with an angled shot in the 26th minute for his eighth goal in his past eight starts. Kane's support play is often overlooked, and once again he held the ball up and brought others into play expertly at the Cardiff City Stadium.

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"The league should enforce they play at Wembley now for the rest of the season", he said. If Liverpool loses to City, Spurs will be back in it.

"I don't care. Of course I will watch, it will be an unbelievable game and I enjoy football", he said.

'We wanted to put them under pressure after their (Wolves) result and really it was a stroll.

Boss Neil Warnock felt that Cardiff paid the price for a sloppy start, just as they did against United.

"I was pleased that we hung in there because it's easy to throw the towel down when you're 3-0 down to a team like this".

"Man United, it was two-and-a-half minutes, today one-and-a-half minutes".

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