Pochettino voices burn-out fears after Kane double downs Huddersfield


"The players finish the World Cup and they need to rest a few weeks", Pochettino said. I can not say whether they'll be available for Wednesday.

As you would expect being the home team, the hosts made a bright start to the game but it was the visitors that came close to opening the scoring on a couple of occasions on the break early on.

'It was a game where the ball was more in the air than on the grass. I would think he looked at it and thought, we are not a 100 percent yet.

"We'll have a bit of banter when I see him and it's fantastic to be above him now". But I think today the atmosphere was the most incredible atmosphere in England.

Spurs fans would've been very anxious as the players emerged for the start of the second half, with Jan Vertonghen and Moussa Dembele both being brought off at half time after suffering potential injuries.

Dele Alli is a major doubt for Tottenham's Champions League tie with Barcelona after suffering the recurrence of a hamstring injury.

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"I know his family very well, his father and his grandfather".

Huddersfield are waiting to learn the full extent of injuries sustained by Terence Kongolo (hamstring), carried off on a stretcher in the first half, and fellow defender Christopher Schindler (knee), forced off in the second period.

Mauricio Pochettino has admitted he was very pleased with his side's performance as Tottenham ran out comfortable 2-0 winners over Huddersfield at the Kirklees Stadium.

The second half largely passed by without incident although Gazzaniga had to be on his toes to keep out a goalbound effort from substitute Isaac Mbenza late on, while Son Heung-Min and Lucas were both guilty of squandering decent counter-attacking opportunities for the away side.

"But the team was available to fight and that pleased me the most because in these types of games first of all you need to be at the same level of aggression as the opponent".