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Tottenham a bigger draw to world-class talent than Arsenal, admits Ian Wright

14 May 2017

Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech can not hide his disappointment following the 2-0 North London derby loss against Tottenham Hotspur.

Wenger conceded it will be "very difficult" to finish in the top four after today's result. In a weekend where both Manchester teams dropped points, this defeat will sting just that bit more for Arsene Wenger and his men. They needed to win to keep their title chances alive.

"It will be very hard, but we have to fight", Wenger told reporters after Sunday's loss at White Hart Lane. We need to give up on Project (Aaron) Ramsey, too. Because the players realised it was a big game. We are four (points below Chelsea), with four games to play.

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Being at home, he says the fans motivated them and that it was only good if they rewarded them with a win, a thing Dele Alli and Harry Kane delivered.

Arsenal is six points from the Champions League places with five games remaining, one more than fourth-place Manchester City. We have a cup final.

After the game, he said: "Well done to them, but when you start a championship, the target is not to finish above Spurs - it's to win the championship".

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Arsenal's Czech goalkeeper Petr Cech leaves the field at the end of the English Premier League football match between Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal at White Hart Lane in London, on April 30, 2017.

But Pochettino described his side's 2-0 victory at White Hart Lane as a 'complete performance' and it was very much a team effort, with Spurs not only potent up front but also rock solid at the back and dominant in midfield.

Chelsea's 3-0 win at Goodison Park earlier on Sunday may yet prove a decisive moment in the title race, given Everton were seen as their toughest opponents during the run-in. I think they didn't realise what happened at Everton. "This is not the game to lose", the Czech great said.

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They can slice the gap to just one point if they beat West Ham on Friday night - with Chelsea playing 72 hours later - which should heap more pressure on Antonio Conte's charges.

Tottenham a bigger draw to world-class talent than Arsenal, admits Ian Wright