The loss dealt a blow to third-placed Tottenham's title hopes and Pochettino appeared to vent his frustration at referee Mike Dean in a furious exchange, but the 46-year-old apologised to the official ahead of Wednesday's league trip to Chelsea. But it's still not enough to win a title like the Premier League and that's the reality. Of course it's a very hard place to go against a good side but I think with how we're playing we have a good chance to win. I think you, the players and everyone thinks the same.
"Chelsea had one shot on target and one goal and we didn't shoot - its hard that way to win and we weren't solid enough".
"If you want to be a real contender, playing well or not, it's (the game against Burnley) a must-win", Pochettino said. That's what anxious me.
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"To go away and play the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal - that is easy", Pochettino added. But you play for the Premier League, for big things, in a game like Burnley. I need to apologise to Mike Dean, I can not behave in that way.
Pochettino said: "Chelsea had one shot on target and one goal and we didn't shoot - its hard that way to win and we weren't solid enough". "The first half was fantastic and we started the second half amazingly - 1-0 [up], and then in the last 20 minutes we threw away the game, because of us, not because of Watford".
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"It is holding us back and it might take five years" work, ten years' work to change that'.
Pochettino, who has been in charge since 2014, said: "My worry is what happened - and to change that is not only five years work, maybe it is 10 years work to change that thing that happened".
The Blues are coming off that tough defeat to Manchester City in the EFL Cup final on Sunday, and Maurizio Sarri's team finds itself in sixth place with a 15-5-6 record and 50 points.
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