Spurs have started this season with three wins in as many games.
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Mauricio Pochettino's team were not even at their slick best against Manchester United at Old Trafford Monday but came away with a clinical 3-0 victory that maintained their 100 percent start to the season.Pochettino, who has taken Tottenham to three consecutive top-three finishes, said that there was no point in making signings for the "sake of it" although he too might have felt frustrated by the lack of a statement purchase – and concerned that the still-to-be-completed 800 million-pound ($1 billion) stadium would start eating into the budget for the squad.After failing to win at any of the so-called big six since beating Manchester City in February, 2016 it felt like a landmark night for Pochettino and his players.
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