"It will be more hard to finish in the top four but we have to fight for it", the head coach of Arsenal Arsène Wenger said.
"I'm not a big fan of the Europa League victor getting into the Champions League". In these big games you just need that first goal and the spaces open up and you get more chances.
"In the second half, we should have lost the game by more than one goal at the start of the second half".
"Manchester United chose to focus on the Europa League once they were in the semi-finals, although we are far from getting there".
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It was Kane's eighth goal in his last seven games, and he could have doubled his side's advantage when he stooped to head wide from Kieran Trippier's cross. As the race for top four places picks up momentum in the final third of the Premier League, the result of the North London Derby could ultimately become a decisive factor at the end of the season. Football is not about switching off for three games and then switching it on for one game. "We missed opportunities on the counter attack because of a poor final ball".
"We were caught by a super striker, he is one of the best in the world. he scores against everyone".
"And I think we have to fight to have a chance to come back in the league".
Pochettino said: "We feel very proud".
Indeed, the French striker had been completely anonymous right up until the point he fluffed two late opportunities, first by sending a far-post volley over the bar and secondly by bungling a one-on-one in stoppage time.
"If you look at the numbers, no, because he has high numbers", Wenger said when asked if there was a better striker in Europe at the moment than Kane. "I thought it (might be a foul) during the goal, but I watched it again and it was a regular goal and we can only look at ourselves on the goal".