Mauricio Pochettino plays foot-tennis game with his players at Tottenham

Mauricio Pochettino plays foot-tennis game with his players at Tottenham

- Mauricio Pochettino on Monday, February 25, trained with his Totteham players

- Pochettino took part in the game at Spurs' Enfield training ground ahead of their clash with Chelsea

- Tottenham are the only side this season without a draw in the Premier League after 27 games

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino on Monday, February 25, engaged in a game of foot-tennis with his players ahead of their next Premier League clash with Chelsea.

The training was fairly light as Pochettino exchanged high-fives with his team mates on the foot-tennis court at Spurs' Enfield training ground.

Spurs have now gone 314 days without a draw in a Premier League game and they are on course to be the first top flight side in 123 years to go an entire season without one.

They have played 27 games this season in the Premier League, losing seven games and remain the only side without a draw this season.

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And should they go entire 38-game League season without a draw, they will be the first team since the 19th century to go through a top flight campaign without any of their matches ending level.

Stoke City were the last club in the English top flight to have ended a season without a draw, and they achieved this in 1895-96 season which is 123 years ago.

Aston Villa emerged as champions that year as Stoke City finished sixth then in the 16-team League.

Meanwhile, Tottenham are currently occupying third position on the Premier League standings with 60 points after 27 games played.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Tottenham Hotspur's Premier League title chase suffered a major set back after losing 2-1 to mid-table side Burnley at Turf Moor.

Chris Wood broke the deadlock for the home team in the 57th minute having played a goalless draw in the first half of the meeting.

The visitors seemed to be enjoying more possession but the result was not favouring them until injury-returnee, Harry Kane stepped up to level parity for his side in the 65th minute.

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