Tottenham Have to Level Up in the Champions League

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"For sure we'll improve together the team performance and now we need to deal with a few more games and then hopefully the squad will be full again and ready to compete until the end".

Pochettino felt that Son deserved a penalty and found it "unbelievable" that he was booked for diving instead. The problem is, I told Michael Oliver, the situation of Liverpool in the last minute that should be a penalty, but it was a clear penalty.

Tottenham beat Leicester in unconvincing but satisfactory fashion on Sunday evening, with proceedings only wrapped up by a late Heung-Min Son goal to make it 3-1.

"I am a person that always accepts the mistake, but I think it was so unusual the situation today. We conceded more chances than usual, but I think the victory is fair", Pochettino said.

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Maddison took the ball and was going to take the spot-kick, only for Vardy to enter the fray and take the penalty with his first touch of the game.

Hugo Lloris is hoping that Tottenham can raise their game for the UEFA Champions League.

The Kiwi bagged a brace in a key game against Brighton on Saturday, taking his tally to five goals in seven games in what a vital win for the Clarets against the Seagulls, who both now sit on 27 points, three points above the drop zone, with Burnley now unbeaten in their last seven. "Come on, we're one of the nicest teams on the pitch".

The north Londoners are five points off the top of the table as they try to catch pace-setters Liverpool and Manchester City.

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He said: "I feel so embarrassed because I can accept to play today if Dortmund play today and then we play Wednesday, but I cannot understand why we're playing with a massive disadvantage".

Puel opted to leave Vardy on the bench, but the former England striker came on to take Leicester's penalty after James Maddison was fouled.

In a freaky turn of events, Vardy came off the bench for Gray and walked straight up to the spot to take the penalty, only for Lloris to dive to his right and push it away to safety.

Another game, another goal and another assist from the ever-dangerous Denmark global as Spurs kept pace with the league leaders, despite Leicester having the better of the chances at Wembley.

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