Tottenham striker Harry Kane has warned that the 4-2 defeat to Chelsea in the FA Cup semifinals wouldn’t count for anything, as his team will keep fighting for the title till the end.
Kane said: “A lot of people will be looking at us now waiting to see what will happen and has the momentum kind of stopped a bit, but we are focused.
“We want to finish strong in the league and learn from what happened last year. The only way we can do that is starting with a win on Wednesday.”
Kane still believes that Chelsea are going to drop points despite the confidence they will get from the FA Cup victory. He added: “It’s hard to take because I think we deserved more but sometimes in the big games, the big moments you need a bit of luck or something to go your way – and it didn’t go our way.
“We have to find a way to win these sort of games, the big games, the big moments. We need to find way to get over the line even when we are not playing so well.
“It hurts even more when we can’t do it when we are playing well.
“We are playing great football for most of the game, we were the better team but for one reason or another we didn’t get over the finish line. That’s what we have got to try to do.”