Juan FOYTH scores debut goal for Tottenham Hotspur vs. Crystal Palace

Lula Sharp
November 11, 2018

"It will be tough to play two games", he said, via Football.London. They have lost nearly all their big games and have been nowhere near their seductive best, yet they are still in the Champions League, just about, and a win today would take them to within two points of the leaders Manchester City.

Pochettino also compared the English style of gameplay with Italian style while saying "If Harry Kane is Italian and playing for the Italian side he will be a bit more protected because the Italian people are more protective of their players", and added "It is hard to push but when they are there they try to keep up there".

However, there's no way that they can keep him out of Gareth Southgate's plans.

After his side triumphed 1-0 thanks to a first goal for Juan Foyth, boss Mauricio Pochettino said: "I hope that it's not a big issue (for Trippier)".

"It is similar to Spain".

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'He always in practice in everything he wants to kill the keeper, everything. He also criticized the media while saying "You score you are the best". You need to stop him training because he always wants to train, to improve. He is so obsessed with scoring that sometimes, when it is against him, he needs more freedom - not to be obsessed. I think he's now starting to be really mature, because he's still young. If you didn't score, you are a disaster.

Pochettino once compared Kane to compatriot and former team-mate Gabriel Batistuta, and with Tottenham facing Crystal Palace on Saturday, remains adamant it applies. Maybe Harry is going to improve on Batistuta's stats.

"The most important thing is that people need to know that I am focused in Tottenham".

The 20-year-old Argentine, who conceded two penalties on his Premier League debut against Wolves last week, headed in from close range when he reacted quickest after Harry Kane's header had been partially blocked.

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