Published: Sun, April 15, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Harry Kane and Mohamed Salah speak out on Golden Boot race

Harry Kane and Mohamed Salah speak out on Golden Boot race

The London club has failed to win in their last three league outings - two losses to Crystal Palace and Tottenham Hotspur and a 1-1 draw against West Ham United in the last round.

"That is so important, but the ambition is to win titles and one day the Premier League or Champions League", he added.

With the backing of the Abu Dhabi royal family, City had spent a little more than £200 million just on new defenders this season.

Tottenham Hotspur is playing far better now than it was when Manchester City defeated the club 4-1 at home back in December.

"Teams in the bottom half, they still have a lot of qualities and they can hurt you at any time, but they're more likely to sit off and close the gaps in between the lines so it's a lot more hard for a No. 10 to get on the ball and create chances".

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Pochettino does not think that beating City would prove they can compete for future titles.

Sky Go is also available on a number of platforms including Amazon Fire devices, iPad, Mac computers and laptops, Playstation 3, PS4 and Xbox One. They've had their own mini-drama going on this week, after the usually highly likeable Harry Kane was controversially awarded - after making an unexpectedly desperate-sounding appeal - what appeared to many to be a Christian Eriksen goal. Failing that, Mourinho's side would have to avoid defeat at Bournemouth on Wednesday to make City need to win at home to Swansea next Sunday to confirm the title.

At halftime, a very good game of football had the Blues on top, but Spurs looked in good position to attempt a second half comeback.

Munas Dabbur may have cancelled out Ciro Immobile's opener in the 56th minute, but it was Haidara's strike - a low, arrowed drive from 25 yards - that truly sparked Salzburg's revival, with another two goals arriving inside four minutes. The Cityzens could have won the Premier League against United at home last week but faltered in the second half. "We need to do our thing and hopefully we can finish it off next week". I am so glad to be here and be part of the club. He hasn't found the net in three games, having previously hit seven in four games, but I'm not overly concerned by the notion he might have suddenly lost form. "I have three days off and tomorrow I have golf".

"I think it's still a lot of work to do until the end". At the moment we have to deliver performances, collecting points, winning. "I am excited to be champions with our fans".

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