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Tottenham 2Danny Rose continued the Spurs resurgence with the winner to see off battling Burnley. The England left-back smashed in an angled drive with 19 minutes left to make it four wins out of five for the north Londoners after just one in their previous ten. It also capped a Man of the M岑溪快3 atch display for Rose whose goal lifted Spurs to within a point of the top four. Burnley had taken a shock lead in the 21st

minute when Ashley Barnes poked the ball home from a Kris Boyd cross. Dele Alli equalis

ed five minutes later when he turned home a ball in from Kyle Walker’s assist. Heres five things Darren Lewis learned at White Hart Lane Tottenham Hotspur v BurnleyView gallery 1. The Hard Way Spurs made harder work of this than they should have done. The north Londoners appear to have approached this game believing they only had to turn up to win. Dele Alli’s attempted “finish” once put through in the second minute was a case in point. The England midfielder’s effort was lazy and wasteful when we know that he is capable to so much better. He proved as much himself with his goal to cancel out Ashley Barnes’ opener. The point is, this looked a banker three points before the match - a case of how many based on the current form of the two teams. Instead it was a case of how long Spurs fans had to wait to get the breakthrough. Ashley Barnes scores the opener for Burnley (Image: Ian Kington/AFP/Getty) Barnes celebrates as Spurs keeper Hugo Lloris is sprawled on the ground (Image: Rex Features) Dele

Alli equalises for Tottenham in the first half (Image: Julian Finney/Getty) Allis goal came just six minutes after Spurs went behind (Image: Rex Features) 2. The Dyche Effect Don’t get me wrong. It is not hard to see why there is such a love-in around Sean Dyche. Nor is it difficult to see just why he is so highly rated. The man has done brilliantly at Burnley with limited resources. Away from home, however, h

is team are poor and he seems incapable of dealing with the reasons why. The goal scored Barnes was only their second away from home all season and their firs

t since October 16 when they were beaten at Southampton. Yes they’ve been up against some tough teams but what about the likes of Stoke, West Brom and struggling West Ham? Dyche needs to make his side much harder to beat on the road. 3. The Great Dane Eriksen has had more demanded of him and he is continuing to be the g

oalscoring midfielder that Pochettino wants him to be. The Spurs boss has been continually at him, questioning his ability to dominate games and warning Eriksen tha

t only when he is able to do so will he be have earned the right to be seen as a top player. To be fair to the player himself, he went into this contest in a rich vein of form with five g

oals and two assists in his previous four Premier League games. He tested Lloris on several occasions here and does indeed look now to have that eye for goal that his boss is after. (Image: REUTERS) 4. How do you solve a problem like Sissoko? Spurs paid 30million for the France midfielder from Newcastle yet he can’t get into the starting line-up ahead of academy star Harry Winks. To

be fair to Pochettino he is refusing to allow Sissoko’s status to dictate whether he starts games or not. Winks is in on merit and justified his inclusion yet again here. Now Sissoko needs to do more. R

ight now the Newcastle fans left bewildered at his price tag and frustrated by his vastly improved performances at the Euros are feeling vindicated. Sissoko at least had an impact here with the assist for the winning goal (30 seconds after narrowly escaping a red card). But a man of his experience now needs to be forcing his way into the starting line-up. Regularly. (Image: REUTERS) 5. Danny is Englands Rose If Adam Lallana is

seen as the best-performing English player right now then surely Rose is up alongside him. No player deserves to grab the headlines more. The Spurs left-back was his side’s best player here, driving forward to prompt attacks but with so much in the tank that he was able, easily, to track back to

maintain his defensive priorities. It is easy to see why the likes of Manchester City looked long and hard at Rose before he committed himself to a new and improved deal at White Hart Lane. Rose has improved out of all recognition under Pochettino and his star is continuing to rise.