Pochettino hails Kane and Lloris hitting club milestones

Pochettino hails Kane and Lloris hitting club milestones

Pochettino hails Kane and Lloris hitting club milestones

Spurs have a 3-0 first-leg lead in a European tie for the first time since 2013 when they ended up needing an extra-time goal from Emmanuel Adebayor to scrape through the second leg against Inter Milan.

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Chairman Daniel Levy sent Pochettino a message that simply read "congratulations" within minutes of the final whistle in Germany and the Argentine is now hoping for good news over the new stadium. It'll be incredible to be in the new stadium listening to that song before the game.

An FA statement read: "Mauricio Pochettino has been fined £10,000 and will serve a two-match touchline ban following an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing".

"At half-time we said to pick up the energy a bit more and if we get a chance to take it and thankfully we did that", Kane told the club's official website.

"I am not going to talk because it is easy to pay with me and you are going to see tomorrow why I am not going to talk", he said.

Back in defence Lloris kept his 100th clean sheet for the team.

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"The plan was different but during the game what happened happened and we needed to adapt ourselves", said Pochettino.

Dortmund crafted one final chance a minute from time, but the outcome summed up the match, as Lloris blocked Paco Alcacer's effort, enabling Spurs to cruise into the last eight. When you have the possibility to reach the quarter-finals, but everyone thinks the job is done, it's so risky. "You need more than just reaching the quarter-finals".

"Dortmund had nothing to lose and played with freedom".

"It was a massive game for us". If the Englishman got the victor tonight, however, it was Lloris's string of first-half saves to prevent Dortmund breaking the deadlock that won the tie. We are going to be strong.

"We knew if we scored a goal, they would have to score five".

His Spurs side delivered, soaking up everything Dortmund threw at them in a one-sided first half before Kane's goal just after the break killed off the hosts' spirited challenge. He has a fantastic mentality and determination and I want to congratulate him and Hugo too.

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