Tim Sherwood has defended his tactics after watching his Tottenham team suffer a damaging 2-0 defeat to bitter north London rivals Arsenal.
Sherwood suffered his first loss since being appointed as permanent manager thanks to goals from Santi Cazorla and Tomas Rosicky at the Emirates Stadium.
When asked whether he thought he should have played more midfielders to match Wenger's line-up, the Tottenham boss said:
"No. They outnumbered us in the middle of the park but we outnumbered them out wide. They can't have it all ways. I think we were fine.
"We didn't lose the game because we were outnumbered in the middle of the pitch.
"A lot is made of systems - 4-4-2, 4-3-3 or whatever you want to call it...
"It's about passing the ball to your own team and keeping hold of it because when you lose the ball you are always going to be out of shape - otherwise you are going to be a rigid, boring team."
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