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Live Reporting

Emma Sanders

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    That's all from me.

    Make sure you tune into Match of the Day later at 22:20 BST on BBC One.

    We're back tomorrow for more Premier League action, including the big Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton.

    See you then!

  2. Take your pick...

    You can follow our European football live tonight right here as Paris St-Germain look to seal the French title.

    Or you can go and party like the Bayern Munich players are.

    Bayern Munich players throw beer over their manager
  3. All of today's results...

    Arsenal 3-1 Manchester United

    Leicester 0-0 Aston Villa

    Manchester City 5-1 Watford

    Norwich 0-3 Newcastle

    Brentford 0-0 Tottenham

  4. 'Brentford deserve Eriksen displays'

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    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham manager Antonio Conte speak to Match of the Day: "A little bit frustrated because in every game you want to try to win. But at the end of the game I think the draw was fair. They are strong physically and crated many problems in set pieces.

    "I think in the end, a draw, in our mind we wanted three points. Today we didn't deserve three points. Now we have to try to prepare the last five games in the best possible way and stay in this race.

    "We have to be very proud because of the difficulties this club has faced this season. To now fight for a target like Champions League in England we have to be proud."

    On behind prevented from scoring for two games in a row: "I think now the opponent when they face us they pay great attention. This is the difference. When you climb the mountain and start going up, the difficulty becomes more and more.

    "I think defensively we were good today. Offensively we can do much better. But we have to respect the game Brentford played as they played a very good game.

    "We have to continue to do what we are doing and continue to work in the same way. We have to try to do more in possession in the game and to take more responsibility. To stay in this race for a place in the Champions League I think is a big achievement for all the problems this team had this season."

    On Christian Eriksen's display for Brentford: "I have seen Christian in fantastic form. We are talking about a really good player, great quality. He uses two feet in the same way and is very dangerous in free-kick and corners. I am pleased to see him, especially after what happened. Brentford gave him a possibility to play again and for this reason Brentford deserve to enjoy this type of game with him."

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    Lots of love for Christian Eriksen today.

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    Ed Franklin: What has happened to Spurs in the last two games? playing like strangers in pre-season. Or worse, on a pointless end of season tour. Feels such a pivotal top 4 race for them this year, yet they don't seem interested in fighting for it.

  7. 'We have to be proud'

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    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham boss Antonio Conte to Sky Sports: "A tough game and for sure, it was very difficult. They are physical. They tried to exploit set-pieces in a dangerous way. When there is the possibility, they try to put the ball into the box.

    "Defensively we were good but at the same time I think we can do much better with the ball to create chances to score. The intensity was very high but we knew what type of game we would come to play. It's a draw and I think when you cannot win, it's important to take one point and we did this.

    "We have found teams who have defended very deep and we find this type of situation is not simple but at the same time you have to attack and pay attention to their counter-attack. We watched the game Brentford played against Chelsea and they lost space in this type of situation.

    "We are trying to do our best. For sure, we want to reach [as high as] possible. We started in a low position in November and I think we made many improvements. We have to continue to improve because I think it is not enough if we want to stay in this race. But we have to be proud we are in this race as we started this work in November and to see the point we are in now, we have to be proud."

    On Christian Eriksen: "Christian Eriksen is very good with the ball. He's able to use both feet and be dangerous. He's incredible on set-pieces and we are talking about a really good player. I was very happy to see him in this fantastic form."

    On top four battle: "We have to try to give our best. For sure in November you cannot imagine to receive this question. Now we are in the race and we have to stay. We know it is very difficult. The opponent try to pay more attention when they play against you but today is a good draw and I think it was against a Brentford team who played with good intensity and were very dangerous with set-pieces."

  8. 'We want more than 40 points'

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    Brentford

    Brentford manager Thomas Frank speaks to Match of the Day: "Massively proud. I think it was a top performance against a very good Tottenham side that came with their strongest players. We had so many injuries with our centre back situation.

    "We played with two new centre backs, a new wing back, without our normal number six and we limited perhaps the best front two in the league to nothing. Plus we created chances and opportunities. I think there could be only one winner - us - and that is crazy to be honest.

    "We missed these players. We were a little down to the bare bones but the players stepping in are focused, well prepared and ready to help the team.

    "I think we started the season very well. Then we started getting our injuries. Then we had the bad spell with results but performances were quite sold actually. Now we are in a better spell, it is easier for players to step in."

    On reaching 40 points: "True. I heard about that figure when we came in. It has never been a specific target but we want more."

  9. Best of the stats

    FT: Brentford 0-0 Tottenham

    No side has won fewer points in Premier League London derbies this season than Tottenham (10), while they have scored fewer goals in such games than any other side (9).

    Brentford have kept four clean sheets in their last five Premier League home games, including each of their last three in a row.

    Since his Premier League debut for Brentford in February, no player has created more chances for the Bees than Christian Eriksen (14).

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    Luke: Awful from Spurs, very lucky point. Leicester and Liverpool next. They could be out the top four race before the NLD.

    Paul: Why does Conte never make any subs until the 85th minute? If it’s not working, change it!

  11. 'We know what's at stake'

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    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham defender Eric Dier speaking to Sky Sports: "Obviously at this stage in the season, when we're fighting for what we're fighting for, a point is never enough. Last week we should have finished 0-0 and we didn't, we lost. This week at least we didn't get complacent at the other end but we have to settle for a draw which is the second-best thing to a win I guess.

    "I don't think we created enough chances and our play wasn't very fluid as it usually is and has become under the manager. I saw we had no shots on target again for two weeks in a row. It's not just the forward players, we need to give them the ball in the right positions. We're really disappointed.

    "It's not what we expect after the way we've been attacking and the amount of chances we've been creating and scoring. We've not been as flued in our play, not got in good positions and been sloppy in our play."

    On the top four battle: "We know what's at stake. I think in the last three games a lot changed and in the next three a lot can change. We need to focus on ourselves and try to win all of our games. Today is a hiccup but we have no time to feel sorry for ourselves. We have to go again next weekend. It's still in our hands because we have to play [Arsenal].

    "We have a lot of games to play before that. A lot can change. We have to stay in our bubble and try to figure out why we haven't been fluid the last few games."

    Playing against Christian Eriksen: "It's emotional to play against him. It's strange to play against him. I've spent most of my professional career playing with him. I never imagined playing against him under these circumstances. I don't care if he's playing against us I'm just happy he's healthy. I'm really happy for him and his family."

  12. Meanwhile in Germany...

    Bayern Munich have just won the league thanks to a 3-1 win over Borussia Dortmund.

    The beer is flowing/going everywhere.

    Players throw beer over Bayern Munich manager
  13. 'Key to keep Kane quiet'

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    Brentford

    Brentford defender Pontus Jansson speaks to Sky Sports about marking Harry Kane: "He is a key player for them, how they use him all the time, bouncing the ball off him to Son and Moura. It's important for me to win that battle. Against those players you can't switch off but I think I had him for most of the game at least."

    On reaching 40 points: "We are staying focused all season taking it game by game. Even in though spells when we lost seven out of eight we still focused and worked hard."

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    Ramesh Kumar: It's a season of giving between Arsenal, Tottenham and Man United. All 3 of them are hell bent on gifting the Champions League place to each other. Very touched by their generosity and hope Liverpool and City take inspiration from them for next season.

  15. Battle for fourth spot

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    So this is how the table stands after today's results in regards to the battle for the top four.

    Manchester United slip further behind while Arsenal overtake Tottenham and sit in fourth by two points.

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    That was Tottenham's first draw in 2022 in all competitions (W11-D1-L9).

    Spurs also failed to record a shot on target in back-to-back Premier League matches.

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    Fine margins!

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  18. FULL-TIME

    Brentford 0-0 Tottenham

    All over! Spurs finish the day two points behind rivals Arsenal in fifth.

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    SMS Message: Hate to say it, but we miss Doherty desperately. A very meh Spurs performance! from Anon
    Anon
  20. CLOSE!

    Brentford 0-0 Tottenham

    Wow! Dejan Kulusevski picks out Harry Kane and his overhead kick flies INCHES past the far post.

    Seconds to go...