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Having watched top four rivals Arsenal beat Manchester United earlier on Saturday, Spurs knew the pressure was on.
They looked devoid of all attacking creativity and for the second successive game they failed to have a shot on target.
It could have been even worse as Ivan Toney was denied by the woodwork twice as Brentford almost made it four wins in a row.
Tottenham’s front three of Harry Kane, Son Heung-min and Dejan Kulusevski were again blunted and it looks as if Spurs, who had scored a glut of goals in recent weeks, have been found out.
Their top-four hopes remain in their own hands, however, as they still have Arsenal to play at home in a game that is looking like being decisive in the race.
Additional reporting from PA