Harry Kane looked like he was back on the scoring trail after initally claiming one of his side's goals but eventually Christian Eriksen took the credit for both as Tottenham Hotspur took another three points and pushed Stoke City considerably closer to relegation.
"Three points will be massive for them but us too because to finish in top four is a massive objective for us".
"The most important thing is the team, is the club and if the players work hard and deserve to play and keep pushing when they're not playing and their behaviour is good, of course we are a coaching staff, a manager that we are going give the opportunity to play of course".
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says it is none of his business what chairman Daniel Levy earns.
In a separate interview with Sky Sports, he continued: "It was tough".
"It was tough. We were better but suffered a lot and had to fight for the three points".
Harry Kane will be in contention to start after his quickfire recovery from an ankle injury, but Harry Winks remains out. By holding his head up high and sending a dignified and professional message like this, Alderweireld has shown that he's a class act off the pitch as well as on it. Spurs might have amble back-ups but that shouldn't diminish what Alderweireld has done for them and will go on to do for other teams.
Mounie ended Huddersfield's Premier League goal drought on 427 minutes, the Benin striker netting for the seventh time in the league this term. For a player considered by many as one of the world's best shot-stoppers, that's an alarming fall from grace.
The two goal hero of the previous week's 3 - 1 win at Stamford Bridge rolled square to Eriksen who drilled into the corner.
Mark Lawrenson is backing Chelsea FC to bounce back to winning ways by claiming a 2-0 victory over West Ham United in the Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon.
"I think it's very good news for the club, for the company it was a record for the club and was very positive news for Tottenham", the 46-year-old added.