"He says, "no, but I want to today in the afternoon".
The result moves Mauricio Pochettino's men six points ahead of Arsenal in fifth, although the Gunners have a game in hand, while cutting the gap behind Chelsea to seven points.
"Possibly it's a mentality issue", Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana said, "and something that we need to learn quickly because time will eventually run out".
"Every Premier League game is a test and the one on Sunday is not more than the first game of the season", he said.
With this goal, Lukaku also becomes Everton's all-time top goal scorer in the Premier League, quite a feat for such a young player.
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Like Chelsea, Pochettino's men are making their home ground a fortress this season and their ambitious boss knows Antonio Conte and his men will be keeping a close eye on their rivals from the capital. "If you sleep, eat and forget to train maybe you are like me - fat". And you can not run.
"I feel that if you look at my stats, my goals, then I'm up there". "He makes a lot of double sessions, he's professional and he takes care of himself".
A number of fans questioned Ronald Koeman's decision to start a midfield of Morgan Schneiderlin, Gareth Barry and Idrissa Gueye, while the team also seemed more keen to pass the ball around their back four rather than pushing the ball up the pitch.
After doubts were cast over Ronald Koeman when they wobbled through October to December with a defeat in every second match, there's now not a single defeat in the "Lost" column since they were defeated in the Merseyside derby by a last-minute victor from Sadio Mane.
"Last season they fought until the last part of the season to win the title and they signed long-term contracts with good players, with young players".
Dele Alli thought he had secured the points with a third goal in stoppage time, but Enner Valencia popped up seconds later at the other end to ensure the contest went down to the wire.
The Dutchman saw his side lose for the first time in 10 Premier League games but he betrayed little of the anger that might have been expected at poor defending that helped Spurs to what was their ninth successive win at White Hart Lane.