Furious Mauricio Pochettino confronts Mike Dean as Spurs lose at Burnley

WATCH: Furious Mauricio Pochettino confronts Mike Dean as Spurs lose at Burnley

Watch: Pochettino Rages At Mike Dean After Spurs Slip Against Burnley

Maybe I will go and apologise to the referee'. At this type of level, if you want to be a contender you have to come here and show your credentials and say: 'We are here because we deserve it and we are going to be real contenders'.

"We wanted to ask them questions and when your front two are on top of their games as they are at the moment, it's often easier to ask those questions". Manchester United's Alex Ferguson was 71 years and 139 days when he took charge of his last game before retiring in 2013.

Spurs travelled to Burnley in great form, and were further buoyed by Harry Kane's return to action.

They will know to expect a tough afternoon, though, having needed a stoppage-time goal from Christian Eriksen to win the reverse fixture at Wembley in December when Burnley were still in the mire.

It means Spurs remain five points behind Manchester City and Liverpool. They've nicked something in the end and got the win. "Now we need to think about the next games and it will be tough again, two big games, two derbies against Chelsea and Arsenal and it's important to lift everyone and to be ready". The main challenge is continuing to find that consistency no matter who you're playing and we've done well with that.

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"We're not a side who can slick it around like Man City but we have very good players".

"That feeling that we'll take on anything and anyone, I think it just grows".

"I think that edge that I spoke about early season was soft and now I think we've come back to that firmer edge with our play but also the physical side of the game in the sense of covering the distance - our stats have changed in the last eight games, they've been a lot higher both in and out of possession". When you're doing well yourself it only enhances that inner spirit, the underdog mentality.

Burnley should have Johann Berg Gudmundsson and Robbie Brady back after injury but midfielder Steven Defour remains on the sidelines and will see a specialist to try to solve his persistent calf problems.

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