Foyth endured a hard Premier League debut last time out against Wolves, conceding two penalties in Spurs' 3-2 win.
That is not ideal for Pochettino, not to mention the other players that are still playing catch up from an extended stint at the World Cup, but he has no choice but to wave them off.
"I've compared him with Gabriel Batistuta because his mentality is similar". "Harry Kane is English and sometimes you push [players] to the sky and paradise and then you put them on the outside".
One man that has been nowhere near his best this campaign is attacking midfielder Christian Eriksen, who has had a stop-start season due to injury.
Foyth, 20, also showed impressive character to bounce back after conceding two penalties on his Premier League debut last weekend at Wolves. It can happen when you are a centre-back, and I was a centre-back, you are involved in this type of situation. Spurs have won five of their last six games, with their only loss coming against Man City. Fans, players and staff remembered Vichai before, during and after the game. "I'm so happy for that".
Spurs also suffered an injury when Kieran Trippier appeared to sprain his thigh early on and was replaced by Serge Aurier, who provided the brightest moment of a poor first half with a unsafe cross that Dele Alli and Lucas both failed to convert.
Wilfred Zaha was ruled out with injury prior to the game, and it was clear for all to see that Crystal Palace missed his presence going forward.
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"Yes it is true if you said to me would you prefer all my worldwide players stay here and rest for two weeks without competition, I would say yes", he said.
"They took advantage from a corner with one of the very few chances they had, whereas we laboured away and didn't take one of ours".
Shorn of Zaha's pace on the break, Palace looked most likely to score via a set-piece and James Tomkins headed wide when unmarked at the back post from Milivojevic's corner just after the break.
- Palace have lost seven consecutive top-flight matches against a single opponent for the first time ever.
Newcastle and Cardiff have both claimed important Premier League victories while Burnley and Huddersfield picked up a point as the bottom sides boosted their survival hopes.
While Lloris had threatened another in a series of errors earlier in the game, the Spurs captain stepped up in the final 10 minutes to make a trio of saves, firstly pushing away a powerful swinger from Jeffrey Schlupp's right foot.