Chelsea and Tottenham dominate PFA Team of the Year
We need to use what happened in the past and try to do better. 'When we started to have the training on Tuesday, Gary arrived at training with a fever, then we prefer to bring him into hospital to check his situation.
"We are talking about a team that has won a European competition, has a manager that won the league with Juventus in Italy".
Chelsea has been imperious all season with Diego Costa and Eden Hazard back to the form that went wandering under Jose Mourinho last season, but Spurs have kept up with their pace all the way.
"We have improved a lot", he said.
The 26-year-old England worldwide is still widely considered to be the best left-back in the league, but Alonso's performances for Chelsea have really stood out this season, there is no doubting that.
"He is a great captain, the problem is that John wants to play regularly and for this reason we have to respect his decision. I just expect a really good match and we've created a bit more of a rivalry with Chelsea over the years so it will be an interesting game", the midfielder said. To say Pochettino's side have momentum would be an understatement.
"He received immediate treatment on site from our medical staff before being transferred to hospital by ambulance".
Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld in action with Bournemouth's Joshua King during their Premier League match at White Hart Lane, April 15, 2017.
The two most controversial selections in the team are David De Gea and Gary Cahill.
They have spent much of the season in the relegation zone and, after an initial bounce following Clement's appointment in January, they fell back in to the bottom three following the 3-1 home defeat to Tottenham two weeks ago.
"When John plays it is more central, but that is David Luiz".
Sanchez and Alderweireld weren't the only players unlucky to not make the cut - Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Marcos Alonso, Victor Moses and Jan Vertonghen have all been sensational this season.
At just 21, the England star has rapidly developed from promising Sky Bet League One talent into one of the hottest properties in world football.
"He has represented that club so well over so many years in a time when players are too quick to move on and go from club to club".