Lucas Moura Never Disappoints - Former Spurs Attacker Impressed

Harry Kane provides England and Tottenham with major injury blow

Harry Kane provides England and Tottenham with major injury blow

The incident happened during the added minutes of the first-leg match between Tottenham and Man City, in a hard-fought clash where Spurs managed to take away a loose 1-0 win.

Bidding to qualify for next season's Champions League, Tottenham are one point clear of fourth-placed Chelsea and have the best goal difference of the three teams directly below them.

"Moura ripped the Terriers to shreds with a beautifully taken hat-trick".

For sure it's going to be tough, We are fighting against big sides and teams that are building to win the league or to win big trophies or be in the top four.

"And when Hugo saved the penalty (against Manchester City), my ears were buzzing because of the fans and how loud it was".

"They do get him back very quickly, but they wouldn't send him out if he wasn't ready". "We are optimistic, but you know there is doubt". That's the plan now. "If we approach this period with confidence then we can achieve all the targets we have".

For Tottenham to recreate their White Hart Lane fortress, they need Son Heung-min and Christian Eriksen to shine in the absence of Kane and Alli.

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When asked if he believes Kane could return this season, the manager said: "We'll see, there is five weeks, it is going to be hard".

Pochettino is more optimistic over Alli and while he has not yet ruled the midfielder out of contention for Saturday's home game against Huddersfield Town, it is more likely he returns in time for the second leg against City.

Tottenham have settled well in their new US£1 billion north London home and already relegated Huddersfield provided the ideal warm-up for Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final second leg at Manchester City.

South Korea forward Son did not take long to prove Tottenham aren't a one-man team as he hit the victor against City after Kane went off.

Moura created a slice of history by becoming the first man to score a treble in the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, where the Brazilian celebrated on the pitch with his son after the game.

Huddersfield were so limited in all areas, that Tottenham's make-shift line-up were able to play their way into rhythm. It's so important all of our players feel so comfortable, happy and fit with the trust they can compete and be an important part of the team. "In a way it makes it more hard", Siewert said. "So I'm in a way disappointed, because the result doesn't reflect the way we played today, at all".

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