Tottenham can be one of Europe´s biggest clubs - Pochettino

Tottenham can be one of Europe´s biggest clubs - Pochettino

Mauricio Pochettino says his Tottenham Hotspur team must learn the art of a "winning habit" from Juventus as they aim to move on from this week's painful UEFA Champions League exit.

The Tottenham manager also pointed out that CEO Giuseppe Moratta and chairman Andre Agnelli were in the tunnel during the two ties while vice-chairman Pavel Nedved was heavily involved in the warm-ups.

This season, the Lilywhites were impressive in the group stage of the Champions League, finishing as the top team from their group, ahead of last season's winners Real Madrid.

"When you are a player you feel the support of the people that are there".

Higuain, who scored twice in the first leg, levelled in the 64th minute before Dybala burst clear of a static Spurs defensive line to curl the winner past Hugo Lloris. The club and the fans.

The owner stayed in the corridor, the tunnel before the game.

The manager and players each have to take responsibility. "The chances that we had, we weren't capable to score more than one goal".

"With experience you have more possibilities to achieve all that you want".

Speaking in a post-match interview, Szczesny said of beating his old rivals: "I enjoyed it a lot. In this type of game every minimal detail can help you to win".

It will have been so disappointing for them.

"It's a massive lesson to care not only on the pitch, but off the pitch". They were complaining about the penalty in the first-half.

Juventus held on to record their first knockout win against an English club in the competition in five attempts.

Having knocked out lower league opposition AFC Wimbledon, Newport County, and Rochdale in the FA Cup Spurs now face Premier League side Swansea City in the quarterfinals of the competition.

"If we only see the stats from the two games, Tottenham was the much better team".

"Of course we are so close but the last step is always the most difficult step", he answered.

A draw between Manchester United and Liverpool as well as a victory against Bournemouth this weekend would see Spurs just two points off second place.

People talk about wages being a problem at Tottenham, deterring players from signing or making players look elsewhere.

"Maybe we need to learn, the coaching staff, like our players, how we put pressure on the referee". The club is over everyone.

Therefore, Neymar, the third best player in the world, and Mbappé, perhaps the best under 21, were brought to the team, in order to break the European elite and establish themselves as a powerful force in the continent.