Mauricio Pochettino responds to Tottenham fans for booing him during PSV win

Mauricio Pochettino responds to Tottenham fans for booing him during PSV win

Harry Kane inspired a turnaround in the final 12 minutes to transform Tottenham's Champions League outlook as they beat PSV 2-1 to move to within three points of second-placed Inter.

Spurs were leading 3-0 in the 61st minute at Molineux on Saturday but conceded twice from penalties, with both of the fouls coming from centre-back Juan Foyth on his Premier League debut.

Spurs still face an uphill task to reach the knockout stage as they need to beat Inter Milan at home in their next Champions League clash and most likely Barcelona away on December 11.

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Fans were delighted with the result, especially with the England international's last-minute victor, however, one of his compatriots appeared to take all the plaudits on social media after the game. Hopefully, we can put ourselves in a position where, when we have two or three home games in a row, we're able to take advantage of it.

"The belief is still there, you know me, I am so optimistic".

Socceroos star Trent Sainsbury cursed his misfortune after a dream Champions League debut for PSV turned into a nightmare against Tottenham. Of course the manager has his expectations and so do the staff and they try to give us the main tools and then it is about our emotions, our feelings. We deserved more in Milan.

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PSV's resistance was finally broken Kane found the bottom-right corner with a left-footed strike following a Fernando Llorente knockdown.

"I'm so pleased [about tonight's win], with the effort after what was our fourth game in nine days".

The Euro Club Index estimates the chance of progress for Spurs at around 15%.

PSV boss Mark van Bommel hailed his team in defeat and criticised the Wembley pitch but refused to use it as an excuse.

Winks' high-octane display in a high-stakes game was by no means his first.

"We've had good away form this year". I'm happy we are still alive.

Central midfield was pinpointed by many as a problem position for Spurs heading into the season and has been at times during the campaign too with the team struggling to exert the same element of control in the middle that they have generally done during the Pochettino era.

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