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Mauricio Pochettino: I have different thoughts after Arsenal draw


Tottenham Hotspur head coach Mauricio Pochettino says his feeling are mixed after Sunday's 1-1 draw away at Arsenal.

Spurs enjoyed plenty of possession against their North London rivals at the Emirates but had to settle for a draw after Kieran Gibbs' equaliser in the second half.

And Pochettino was proud of his players after the game.

"I have different thoughts," Pochettino said.

"First of all, I'm proud of the players in the way we played, the character we showed. The effort was brilliant. So first, I congratulate them.

"It's always difficult, especially when you opponent has one day more to recover. It's sometimes crazy, but it's football and we need to understand it's a business, there are schedules and we just need to work hard.

"Our supporters were also brilliant and I say thank-you to them as well. My feeling is happy but at the end, I think we lost the chance to win this game.

"The period in the second half where we created chances and dominated the game was the moment to kill the game.

"But we need to be proud of our players. We need to follow this, to continue working hard and try to win the next games ahead."

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