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Post-match press conference: Manuel Pellegrini v Tottenham [audio]


Filed: Saturday, 20th October 2018
By: Staff Writer


Manuel Pellegrini said he was satisfied with his team's performance - if not the result as his side went down 1-0 against Spurs at Stratford.

The Hammers boss complained that the visitors scored from their only notable opportunity, adding that he felt West Ham had been the better team over the course of the full 90 minutes.

You may hear Pellegrini's thoughts from his post-match press conference, in full, below.

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*Manuel Pellegrini: post-match press conference


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