Clement: Wembley outing will inspire Swansea


"It's great to get a goal at a vital time, just after they got it back to 1-1 and we had chances in the second half to finish it off, we got the third and saw the game out well".

This annoyed a lot of people on Saturday afternoon.


Last week, Tottenham defeated Everton 3-0 and Borussia Dortmund 3-1 in Champions League on Wednesday. This has earned him 32 points on Fantasy Football, more than any other player from the opening four games of the season.

'It's not my business, ' said Pochettino. "I did that from day one and I will do it now as well". Also, this is the home match for Spurs, they never faced any losses when they had the games to the Swans in all league competitions. Spurs dropped their next match at home to Stoke City, but only lost two of their next fourteen games, and eventually finished in fifth place.

"All our guys defended brilliantly, that puts in good stead for the future to know that we can go to hard places and grind out a result".

The Tottenham manager was attempting to pick his favourite of Kane's 103 goals for the club on Friday when he divulged how close he felt he was to losing his job before his 10th game in charge.

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"It stopped a little bit that negativity about Wembley".

"When you don't get good results, the first to be sacked is the manager".

Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has revealed his all-time favourite Harry Kane goal is the one that saved his job back in 2014.

Pochettino then gave him his first league appearance in an immediate reunion with Swansea at Wembley on Saturday, with Llorente marking a change in philosophy from Spurs and the faith that they have put in youth over the last three years under their Argentine coach.

Poch's response was maybe prompted by Crystal Palace's unusual decision to sack Frank De Boer, himself rumored to be a candidate for Pochettino's job in summer of 2014, after just a few games this season. Many will have doubts about his pricetag and ability to replace Llorente, but it's important to consider that Llorente was arriving on the back of two very poor seasons with Juventus and Sevilla respectively. Tottenham are an incredible club with a wonderful project and I think I fit in very well.