Pochettino: Spurs must be fearless in transfer window

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Pochettino: Spurs must be fearless in transfer window

Spurs booked a third successive year in Europe's elite club competition despite playing in their temporary home of Wembley and being outspent by their main rivals.

The Belgium global has struggled with a hamstring injury for the majority of the season, making only 13 appearances in the Premier League.

It was an incredible afternoon for a game that did not have too much riding on it as Spurs ran out 5-4 winners, with Harry Kane and Erik Lamela both bagging braces while Christian Fuchs scored an own goal.

Anthony Martial was left out of the squad for Manchester United's final fixture of the Premier League season this weekend and is looking ever more likely for an Old Trafford exit this summer. Now it's about getting to 30 goals for the next two or three years.

In a insane match against Leicester City on Sunday, the defender saw four goals from the opposition, something he won't be happy about, but was able to come away with victory. He broke the record for a 38-game season and that is what I will try to do next season.

Goals from Jamie Vardy, Riyad Mahrez and Kelechi Iheanacho had put the Foxes into a 3-1 lead by the 47th minute at Wembley. Ahead of their latest encounter, The Hard Tackle takes a closer look at the encounter.

Spurs battled through a poor performance to grind out a win in a game that was lacking in quality and spectacle.

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Pochettino, who has guided Tottenham to three consecutive top-three finishes for the first time since the 1960s, reflected on what needs to happen next for the Lilywhites to take the last step and start winning trophies.

As a result, Toby Alderweireld could return to the starting lineup after long last, with Jan Vertonghen for company at the heart of the Tottenham defence. At that point, it felt as though they might still be a race for the Golden Boot.

The going hasn't been easy on the pitch for Leicester in recent weeks, and it's no better off it, with Claude Puel grappling with several roster issues.

Puel must face the prospect of up to 12 first team players missing out this weekend with Kasper Schmeichel (ankle) Ben Chilwell (calf) Robert Huth (ankle) Daniel Amartey (hamstring) Wilfred Ndidi (hamstring) Matty James (Achilles) and Shinji Okazaki (ankle) all ruled out through injury and Marc Albrighton still suspended.

Harry Maguire has been enormous for Leicester, 2 goal preventing last ditch tackles. "You're going to move to the stadium with unbelievable facilities, but it is not just about that".

Leicester haven't done the league double over Tottenham since the 1998-99 season.

"What I mean is to do many things and be responsible for the situation, but today yes, 100 per cent (I will be here next season)".

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