Mauricio Pochettino Says Kane Not for Sale After Manchester United Rumours Resurface

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England midfielder Ryan Mason (Ankle) remains on the sidelines through injury, although manager Pochettino has no other selection worries ahead of the game at White Hart Lane.

And, after his brace against Norwich, which took him to 32 in the calendar year, he said: "Nineteen against Watford would be lovely".

Mauricio Pochettino picked the same side that had started the previous game at Southampton, with Ben Davies keeping his place at left-back despite Danny Rose's return from illness. "You always need to improve in life and football and I needed to shout", he said.

"It was a great game and I'm really happy with the performance first and the result".

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It was almost 3-0 on 56 minutes when Rudd denied Ali's close-range effort with his legs and Christian Eriksen then set up Erik Lamela from the rebound, but Sebastien Bassong blocked his shot on the line.

"Look at Tottenham now and they are winning games with late goals and outlasting teams and that is all down to the training set-up they are working in". The understanding between him and Harry Kane has been one of the key aspects of Spurs' ability going forward and will continue to influence results in the future, especially at their fabled White Hart Lane. Alli created the chances that led to Kane's two first-half goals and the collusion between the pair was wonderful to watch. "But I would have been very young at that stage".

Spurs are in good form, having registered back-to-back wins since their shock defeat at home to Newcastle two weeks ago. But I believe that it is not only them, it is the whole squad.

Tottenham Hotspur will host Norwich City in their Boxing Day fixture this year, full in the knowledge that taking all three points will send them third, should Manchester City lose their match against Sunderland.

"We've been quite fortunate that it isn't a far away game where we have to travel". "We'll assess tomorrow and see if he is ready for Monday".

Watford might be kicking themselves harder if they were not doing so well - they were expected to face the same sort of relegation torment Saturday's opponents Norwich are experiencing.

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