Gary Lineker discusses Tottenham's progress under Pochettino, Graham Roberts reacts to draw

Tottenham impressed many despite only drawing 1-1 at Arsenal on Sunday.

Tottenham Hotspur will feel somewhat unlucky having only left the Emirates Stadium with a 1-1 draw against Arsenal on Sunday evening.

Few gave Spurs a chance of winning the game, but Harry Kane put Mauricio Pochettino's side in front, slotting home from Danny Rose's superb through ball.

Tottenham had a number of opportunities to extend their lead after that, but were made to pay late on as Kieran Gibbs swooped at the back post to equalise for Arsenal, with the game ending 1-1.

The result means that Tottenham have still lost only one game in the Premier League this season, and they are certainly making big strides under manager Pochettino.

After the game, former Tottenham striker Gary Lineker took to Twitter in order to air his views on the game, stating that he believes Spurs are making huge progress under Pochettino having witnessed their superb display at the Emirates Stadium.

Ex-Spurs hero Graham Roberts also used Twitter to give his opinion on the result, stating the was proud of the entire team - but singled out teenage midfielder Dele Alli for praise after another promising display.

Here are the reactions from Lineker and Roberts on Twitter following Tottenham's 1-1 draw at Arsenal on Sunday afternoon...

Tottenham were arguably the better side on the day, and fans are allowing themselves to dream about a top four finish, with Chelsea struggling for form and Liverpool still finding their feet under Jurgen Klopp.

With a spot seemingly open behind Manchester City, Arsenal and Manchester United in the top four, Tottenham can certainly qualify for the Champions League if they continue to play like they have this season - and Lineker's comments are certainly correct; Tottenham are making rapid progress under Pochettino, who has established himself as one of the top managers in the Premier League.

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