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Post match press conference: Manuel Pellegrini v Tottenham


Filed: Saturday, 27th April 2019
By: Staff Writer


Manuel Pellegrini praised match winner Michail Antonio after he scored the only goal in this afternoon's big London derby.

The Hammers boss insisted that the goal was a special finish given that it was scored from an acute angle. And he went on to praise the team's second half performance, which he claimed made the difference.

"It wasn't easy, they're a very good team," said Pellegrini. "We know there's a rivalry here so we're always very happy to win. And for me, it was a complete performance."

You may listen to Pellegrini's press conference in full below.








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