Tottenham Hotspur manager Maurizio Sarri has revealed that he would never support Arsenal as his side overtook Manchester City to second in the Premier League table, following their 1-0 win over Newcastle United last night.
Spurs have moved one point ahead of City in the table and despite Guardiola’s men having the opportunity to move ahead of his side if they beat Arsenal, the Argentinian has confirmed that he would never support his hated rivals.
“No! Why? Never! No. I will watch the game and won’t be on one side or another. I am going to watch the game and accept whatever the result is. I am only going to watch the game and I’ll be happy with the result that’s they’re going to have,” Pochettino said as quoted by ESPN.
Son Heung-Min was the star for Tottenham on the night, scoring the only goal of the game, with his strike ensuring that the club stretched their run without a draw in the league to a record 29 matches.
Spurs will next be seen in action when they face Leicester City on Sunday, the 10th of February and will need to ensure that they do not suffer any more injuries, considering that they will need everyone fit and firing as they balance life both domestically and in Europe.