Pulis happy with Spurs draw

Tony Pulis was happy with his Stoke team's performance as they held off Tottenham in a goalless draw at White Hart Lane on Saturday.

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Stoke have built their eight-match unbeaten run around their solid defence, who have kept nine clean sheets this term, and Pulis was delighted with his team's shut-out against one of the quickest attacks in the league.

"We are delighted. That's nine clean sheets now," he said.

"We look solid defensively. They had a few shots from outside box and that one great save from Asmir so we are very pleased with how we played.

"We talk about the two centre-halves and the goalkeeper, but I think all the players work so hard on organisation and discipline.

"It's a great point at a great football club."

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