Pochettino told Sky Sports: It didn't change with all that has happened with Harry [Kane] or Sonny.
It didn't change [our approach to January window] all that happen with Harry,
I am so pleased and I'm proud,
Pochettino told Sky Sports. After four-and-a-half-years, the second half was the best performance I have seen Tottenham play.
We are going to lose Son for the Asia Cup and if Harry Kane suffers an injury it is going to be massive for us,
said Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Our fans, Arsenal fans, Chelsea fans, [fans] around the world, we need to celebrate for us,
Pochettino said at the time. I don't care if it is Arsenal fans, Argentina fans, Tottenham fans, Espanyol or Barcelona fans - I am against this type of situation.