Speaking after Sunday's defeat, Spurs boss, Andre Villas-Boas said:
It's a wake up call that we have to react to, we have to bounce back and I trust the team to do that.
I think we can't undermine what we have been doing up to now.
Obviously it's a defeat. Had we won this game we would have been just one point behind.
It's something we don't like, but we have to put into perspective of what we've done before.
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