Tottenham's Pochettino critical of referee Oliver for 'unbelievable' Son booking


The Denmark global said ahead of an outing for Sancho at Wembley on Wednesday in a Champions League clash with Tottenham: "Jadon is a big, big talent and with talent comes opportunities and he has them for sure".

The 46-year-old will be without England stars Harry Kane and Dele Alli, who despite good progress following ankle and hamstring injuries, did not train on Tuesday.

Lloris calls for total concentration of the players and the presence of fans at Wembley to ensure victory. "We knew very well that he was capable of doing what he's doing now, with game time".

Since the November break Spurs have taken 33 points in the league - only Liverpool, with 35, have more - while they pulled off what had been described as a mission impossible to emerge from their Champions League group, with a Wembley win over Internazionale and a draw at Barcelona.

"If we are being targeted (by referees), I don't understand why. Whatever happens, I am going to reward the players with some days off, so they can breathe a little bit and enjoy, because the schedule has been insane".

"He doesn't surprise me", Pochettino said.

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Christian Eriksen netted moments later and although Vardy got one back, Son Heung-min's late strike ensured third-placed Tottenham clinched a fifth win in their last six league games.

"I think we're talking about one of the best keepers in the world, with a lot of experience and having played a lot of games here at Tottenham".

What happens against Tottenham Hotspur tomorrow will go a long way in determining what the actual outcome will be vis-à-vis Leicester's season and Puel's future.

Since joining Dortmund from Borussia Monchengladbach in 2012, Reus has missed 105 club games due to various injury problems, however he has been relatively trouble-free this term, missing just three games through injury in total.

According to the BBC, the 18-year-old England global realised he had left it at home when he arrived at the airport, causing the Bundesliga leaders to leave Germany later than had been scheduled. "I bet we will see that".

He said: "I really believe that we can win every single game".