Despite Tottenham losing 2-0 in the Capital One Cup final against London rivals Chelsea, manager Mauricio Pochettino said he was still proud of his players’ performance against the Premier League leaders, reports Sky Sports.
Chelsea scored either side of half-time against the Lilywhites to earn victory, but Tottenham were on top for the first-half of the game. They didn’t make the most of their chances, with the Blues proving diff...More
After Chelsea earned a somewhat comfortable win against Tottenham in the Capital One Cup final, manager Jose Mourinho was full of praise for his layers, after they adhered to his instructions despite a difference in system, reports Sky Sports.
Chelsea were without influential midfielder Nemanja Matic, with the Serbian international suspended for the final, so Gary Cahill started alongside John Terry at the heart of the defence, wi...More
After Chelsea beat Tottenham in the Capital One Cup final, captain and long-serving defender John Terry believes finally adding to the trophy cabinet could see the Londoners begin a period of success under manager Jose Mourinho, reports Sky Sports.
Mourinho had suffered a three-year drought in winning trophies prior to the final, but Chelsea rarely looked in doubt against Tottenham at Wembley. Despite their London rivals edging th...More
After having lost in their midweek Champions League clash, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was proud in the way his side responded against Everton on the weekend, reports Sky Sports.
Arsenal earned a comfortable 2-0 win against Everton to strengthen their bid for a top-four place. The victory was also their seventh consecutive home win. Champions League football looks destined to return to the Emirates for yet another season, but th...More
After Everton lost their 11th game of the season, manager Roberto Martinez admitted that he or his side haven’t enjoyed the league campaign this time round due to their inconsistent form, reports Sky Sports.
The Toffees were beaten on the weekend by Arsenal, which meant their wait for a top-half place continued. Everton have been struggling in the bottom-half all through the season, picking up only six league wins from 27 played, ...More
John Terry and a Kyle Walker own goal was enough to see Chelsea lift the Capital One Cup, with finalists Tottenham ultimately unable to get themselves back into the game, reports BBC Sport.
Tottenham were by far the better side in the first-half, but just couldn’t take their chances. The Lilywhites were thwarted by a resilient Chelsea backline, with the likes of Christian Eriksen hitting the woodwork from a free-kick, and Ryan Mas...More
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