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Throughout the game, chants aimed at Arsenal echoed, with some home fans even celebrating Erling Haaland’s goals that have effectively secured Manchester City’s position at the brink of yet another Premier League title.

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When questioned about the chants directed at Arsenal, Spurs boss Postecoglou responded firmly, “Not interested mate. I don’t care. I’m just not interested mate. Maybe I’m out of step but I just don’t care.”

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Reflecting on the atmosphere within the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, he remarked, “I just want to win and be successful at this football club, that’s why I was brought in. How other people feel and what other people’s priorities are is zero interest to me. I know what’s important – building a winning team, and that’s what I need to concentrate on.”

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Despite frustrating title-chasing Manchester City for 50 minutes, Haaland ultimately broke the deadlock with a tap-in and sealed the game with an injury-time penalty. Postecoglou noted, “It was a tight game, and in the big moments, we weren’t able to capitalize, and they were.”

Regarding Spurs’ performance against the champions-elect, he added, “I thought we were in the game the whole time, even at 1-0 we had a great chance to go level. In the second half, we were chasing the game so they got a little more space but I thought we were well in it up until that point [the second goal].”

Tottenham midfielder James Maddison expressed disappointment at not securing a win at home, stating, “Any result at home where you don’t win is disappointing. I am not naive enough to think we were not playing one of the best teams in the world because we were. Always disappointing to lose at home in front of our own fans.”

Looking ahead, Tottenham visit bottom-placed Sheffield United on the final day, needing a point to secure a fifth-place finish ahead of in-form Newcastle and Chelsea.

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