Mauricio Pochettino believes Spurs can reach Champions League knockout stages

Lucas Moura believes qualification for the Champions League knockout stages is still possible

Lucas Moura believes qualification for the Champions League knockout stages is still possible

His thoughts did not change after the match, labelling the pitch "s***', but Kane felt it played no role in Spurs" victory.

Only in Pochettino's first season in charge - the 2014-15 campaign - have Spurs posed less of a goal threat.

"A bit bittersweet. My first game in the Champions League, a double deflection and it goes in off me for the victor", Sainsbury told Optus Sport's Mark Schwarzer. I think he is still young for a 'keeper but he has the potential to get to the top.

Both sides are struggling at the bottom of Group B, with just one point on the board at the halfway stage, leaving them five points behind second-place Inter Milan and eight behind Barcelona.

The 48-year-old is now part of Pochettino's backroom staff working, with number one Hugo Lloris, Michel Vorm and third choice Paulo Gazzaniga.

But Kane stood up when it mattered to rescue his side, equalising in the 78th minute and then being the beneficiary of an extremely kind deflection 11 minutes later to complete the turnaround.

'One game at a time.

"We are always in control of the ball and we always try to press the opponent".

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"That was our fourth game in nine days and I am so pleased", the manager added.

"If we have to play a different way, we have to play a different way".

PSV defended doggedly for much of the match on a Wembley pitch damaged by recent American football matches.

The unfortunate own goal proved decisive as Spurs held on for a crucial three points which all but ended PSV's hopes of progression to the knockout stages.

PSV boss Mark van Bommel hailed his team in defeat and criticised the Wembley pitch but refused to use it as an excuse. The trio will lead the attack for Mark van Bommel's side on Tuesday. Then we need to manage Barcelona.

"I've been away from home for many years, I'd love to go back to the Spanish league", he told Sport.

Next up for Tottenham is a trip to play Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park in the Premier League on Saturday.

"I'm so pleased with everything - not only the effort of the performance, but how we played in the opposite half, trying to be patient and not taking rash decisions and not making a mistake".

Jurgen Klopp's side stay second in Group C after Napoli and Paris Saint-Germain played out a 1-1 draw in Naples to leave the entire group separated by only two points going into the final two matchdays.

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