Andy Gray delivers verdict on Tottenham after win against Everton, talks about title race
By Amir Mir
Andy Gray believes Tottenham are in a “really good place” after their 3-2 win against Everton at White Hart Lane on Sunday afternoon.
Former Sky Sports pundit Gray stated that the north London club were “well worked” during their clash against the Toffees.
Striker Harry Kane was the man who once against stood up for Mauricio Pochettino and delivered the Argentine with all three points.
As a result, his side remain in second place in the Premier League table, seven points behind leaders Chelsea who have a game in hand on their rivals.
Now working for Bein Sports, this is what former striker Gray had to say about Spurs as he also spoke about the possibility of them still being in the title race.
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“They were well worked,” Gray told Bein Sport as posted on a football YouTube channel. “They are looking in a good place now Tottenham.
“Alan [Pardew] was talking about them still being in the title race. If there is a slip by Chelsea then they certainly look like they are in a really good place to continue this run.”
Antonio Conte’s Chelsea have been sitting top of the pile for large parts of this campaign as they turn their attention to an all London clash on Monday night.
The Blues will travel to the London Stadium for a mouth-watering contest against Slaven Bilic’s West Ham who are sitting in 11th place.
The duo have already met on two occasions this season, first at Stamford Bridge in the league with the home team securing a 2-1 win, then in the EFL Cup, this time the Hammers coming out victorious.
Pochettino will be keeping a close eye on the contest, knowing a small slip-up by the leaders could open up the title race with 11 games of the season remaining.
In other Tottenham news, Kyle Walker has delivered his verdict after their win against Everton.