Spurs a different prospect without Eriksen

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Given the phenomenal form of Harry Kane, it was only a matter of time before Real Madrid got serious about their mooted interest in the Spurs striker...

A 1-1 draw with Southampton at St. Mary's on Sunday may well feel like two points dropped for our Tottenham Hotspur side, against a team that's now occupying a spot within the Premier League's bottom three.

Meanwhile, Spurs are hoping to sign Bordeaux winger Malcom but are no deal has to be agreed, while they are also reportedly interested in Paris Saint-Germain's Lucas Moura.

"He plays an important role in the team".

Pochettino's claim that it is hard to buy quality in January... We had a massive chance with Harry Kane at the end to win the game.

The Saints are without a win in 11 games, the longest drought of any team now in the division, but a gutsy, aggressive display earned the players warm applause as they left the pitch.

Ward-Prowse sliced well wide of the target moments later before some more good play down the left flank for the Saints nearly saw Gabbiadini in again but he failed to connect to another good Tadic delivery. He is one of the links between phases of play and is key in that regard. "For me, he's a very important player for us".

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They were unlucky not to beat a misfiring Tottenham side but Pellegrino can ill afford any more instances of poor fortune.

At the start of the weekend, the Saints find themselves 17th, knowing that if results don't go their way, they could be in the relegation zone by the time they kick off.

Tottenham have finished in the top four for the past two seasons, and actually went close to winning the Premier League title in both of the last two campaigns.

"We started slowly. Then going a goal down sparked us into life, but we need to be on it from the first pass".

"It's up to the club whether they want to renegotiate or not".

Southampton had chances to restore their lead, but Jack Stephens headed over from a few yards out while 17-year-old debutant Michael Obafemi spurned a chance to celebrate a fairytale moment when he sliced wide from a decent position.

Before the game, the absence of captain Hugo Lloris was expected and as the starting XI was announced, this proved true.