Harry Kane believes that Tottenham improved after loss to Chelsea

Harry Kane believes in TottenhamHarry Kane said that on Wednesday, Tottenham are able to show how much they improved under Mauricio Pochettino when the team pays a visit to Chelsea, and internet bookmakers all over the world would like to see if his words prove to be true when both teams face each other.

Spurs lost 4-0 in a game against the Blues the last time that they paid a visit to Stamford Bridge, with Tim Sherwood as manager, and the forward wants to prove that they’re a much better side now.

Chelsea, who are undefeated, are at the Premier League’s top by six points after 13 meetings played, as Spurs are slowly moving up the ladder after they did not start off very well with Pochettino at the helm.

Consecutive wins in the league were able to lift the team to seventh place as they enter the matches taking place in the middle of the week, and the player believes that Tottenham will be very motivated when they take on Chelsea.

“Obviously it is never nice when you get beat, especially by that sort of margin,” he said of the loss. “We had to look at each other, dust ourselves down and really push on. I think since then we’ve done well.

“This is a new season now, we’ve got a great bunch of lads and I think we’re all together and we’ll take that into the game on Wednesday.

“This season we have stuck together in games and in pre-season, we get on well and we have shown that on the pitch.

“We were honest with each other that day – and we had to be at that stage. Sometimes you have to do that in football when results don’t go your way.

“You need to look at yourself and dust yourself down and stick together and push on.”

The Spurs were not able to win at Stamford Bridge since 1990, when the winning goal was scored by Gary Lineker in a game where they defeated the Blues 2-1, and many fans remember very well when this took place.

The football world in general and internet bookmakers can’t wait to see this meeting get underway, and wonder how far Tottenham will make it this time around – maybe they’ll be able to win this clash, and if they do, there will be huge celebrations.