"They [Juventus] have not won the Champions League in a while either".
"We competed, we gave everything into the match physically".
Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham side enter the clash having been eliminated by Juventus in the last 16 of the Champions League, and they will be hoping to bounce straight back with a domestic victory on the road. "It was a hard start, they played very positive and offensive, but at one down we had to level it up".
"We will always have our own identity and the way we play", the Belgium worldwide told the Telegraph.
"He has had his injury troubles this season but he is building back to his best form and is a big player for us". You can speak about it in both ways. They last won four in a row while keeping a clean sheet in April 2017.
As stated previously, Spurs are not wholly reliant on Kane to power them to glory, and that was proved no more so than on Sunday afternoon; as with the Englishman off the pitch, Son was on hand to produce a scintillating display. "We were well into it until that last period", he said. To attack and to dominate the game. We need wins and we have a huge game coming up next week.
"They are obviously a great team but not in the style that we want to play".
The 25-year-old's brace took him to 18 across all competitions this season, and with him up top, and the added reinforcement of Fernando Llorente, the fan favourite's absence may not be as telling as many predict.