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Ahead of this weekend's highly anticipated Premier League action, Oulala have taken a look at the impact of Sergio Aguero and Harry Kane in 2015/16.
On Sunday, the top four play each other at the same time for only the sixth time in Premier League history, with Spurs visiting Man City and Arsenal hosting Leicester.
It promises to be an exciting and potentially telling Sunday for the title race, with Man City and Spurs looking to their leading strikers for inspiration.
The stats show that Aguero has enjoyed a better minutes-per-goal ratio than Kane, scoring one more goal despite featuring in seven fewer matches because of injury. On the other hand, Kane boasts more key passes per match, together with a slightly more favourable take-on rate and shot accuracy.
Among the other notable stats, ten of Aguero's 14 goals have come at the Etihad, while eight of Kane's 15 have been scored away from White Hart Lane.
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- Stats courtesy of Oulala
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino admits his players are finally starting to believe they can win the Premier League title.
Pochettino's men moved up to second in the table after a second-half strike from Kieran Trippier sealed a 1-0 win over Watford at White Hart Lane.
It is Spurs' fourth consecutive victory in the league and means they now sit one point above third-placed Manchester City and five behind surprise front-runners Leicester.
Tottenham have not been so high in the league with 25 games played since 2012 and Pochettino says his team are now daring to dream.
"You can see in their eyes, the feeling, the energy, that they believe," Pochettino said.
"In football belief is the most important word. If we believe, anything can happen. I believe in my squad and they believe too in the way we play. This synergy is very important for the future.
"But it is better not to speak too much, only to show, to work hard."
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Mauricio Pochettino believes Spurs striker Harry Kane is at the same level as Manchester City's Sergio Aguero.
Kane added two more to his season's tally at Norwich on Tuesday night, taking him to 15 goals for the season.
The England striker is now three behind Leicester's Jamie Vardy, who is top of the scoring charts, and two ahead of Argentina ace Aguero, whose campaign with Manchester City has again been interrupted by injury.
Today Vardy and Kane show big quality and the same quality as Aguero.
They are all different and come from different circumstances but if today we speak about Aguero, Vardy or Kane they are some of the best goalscorers in the world. We can't hide that.
Today Vardy and Kane are at the same level as Aguero.
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Onomah, 18, has made 13 appearances for the club this season and has now penned a contract until the summer of 2020.
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