Talking Point: What is causing Pochettino's Spurs blues?

Talking Point: What is causing Pochettino's Spurs blues?

Talking Point: What is causing Pochettino's Spurs blues?

Two late goals gave Spurs a comeback victory, meaning PSV can not qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League.

Zoet frustrated Tottenham again with a brilliant double save, keeping out Eriksen's close-range shot, then scrambling to his feet to deny Alli from the follow-up before celebrating with a defiant fist-pump.

There was some conjecture about whether it should be ruled an own goal, however, match officials awarded the goal to Kane.

Mauricio Pochettino's Spurs were behind after only SIXTY TWO seconds when Luuk de Jong opened the scoring. Maybe they'll be qualified and the game will be different. We are going to fight to try to be in the next stage.

Harry Kane got the equaliser 12 minutes from time and then saw his header deflect in off Trent Sainsbury for the victor, moving Spurs to within three points of second-placed Inter Milan with two matches left.

Live stream: You can watch the match live via fuboTV.

In Spain, Atletico Madrid rebounded from a heavy loss to Borussia Dortmund with a convincing 2-0 win over the German team, a result that left both teams tied atop Group A. Paulo Gazzaniga is set to deputize in goal.

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He said: 'That was a tough game, not just on the pitch, but mentally. It's not a nice memory but I've had all the support that I need. It was something that will stay with me, unfortunately.

Lloris is banned for Tuesday's must-win Champions League visit of PSV while Mousa Dembele is an injury doubt after coming off at Molineux with an ankle problem. Tottenham are in third place, three points behind second-place Inter.

As for PSV, they will be relishing the opportunity to leap above their Group B rivals and stake their claim for Europa League football. Mark van Bommel's side were made to rue the miss as one minute from time, Kane's header deflected off of Nick Viergever and then Trent Sainsbury before finding the bottom corner.

After being thrashed by Barca 4-0 and losing 2-1 to Inter Milan in their opening group games.

Critics of Spurs' No 8 often point out that a high percentage of Winks' passes go sideways, yet that certainly wasn't the case against PSV.

That it was King Harry who came to Spurs' rescue was hardly a surprise. The 23-year old has been linked with a host of top European sides and is primed for a big money move at the end of the season.

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