Pochettino names the Spurs player who's getting better 'step by step' after latest display

Pochettino names the Spurs player who's getting better 'step by step' after latest display – originally posted on Sportslens.com

Report: Everton hold talks to sign 11-cap int'l after first bid rejected
Tuesday July 30, 2019

Report: Everton hold talks to sign 11-cap int'l after first bid rejected – originally posted on Sportslens.com According to latest reports from Sky Sports, Everton are currently holding talks to sign Mainz defensive midfielder Jean-Philippe Gbamin. The 23-year-old versatile midfielder who can also play in central defence has been a reported target of Wolves as well,Read More Report: Everton hold talks to sign 11-cap int'l after first bid rejected

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Lionel Messi produced a masterclass performance at Wembley as Tottenham suffered their second defeat in the Champions League group stage clash on Wednesday.
Although it was a spirited performance from Spurs, they were undone by a superb attacking display from the Catalans, with Messi performing at his sublime best.
Barcelona went 2-0 at the break, thanks to goals from Philippe Coutinho and Ivan Rakitic. Harry Kane gave Spurs hope with a clever low finish before Messi scored from close range.
Erik Lamela’s deflected effort gave Spurs a glimmer of hope again but Messi had the final word with a simple strike after Luis Suarez’s brilliant dummy.
Mauricio Pochettino was full of praise for Lamela who has made some vital contributions already this season. The 26-year-old has already scored three goals and registered three assists in all competitions this season, although he is yet to start in the Premier League.
Pochettino has said that Lamela is an important player for him, and the club expects a lot from the Argentine. He added that Lamela is getting better with every game but the club need to manage him properly.
“We expect a lot from him. After one year he was injured and suffered two surgeries,” said Pochettino to Football London when asked to comment on Lamela’s performance.
“I think step by step he’s feeling better and of course we need to manage and handle him in a different way to other players. But we accept that situation and always hoping that he’s going to be important and help the team in the future.”
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Barcelona vs Tottenham confirmed starting line-ups: Big star out, Spurs go for it
Tuesday December 11, 2018

Barcelona vs Tottenham confirmed starting line-ups: Big star out, Spurs go for it – originally posted on Sportslens.com Tottenham Hotspur visit Barcelona on Tuesday aiming to book their place in the last 16 of the Champions League. Spurs head to Spain knowing that they must better Inter Milan’s result against PSV Eindhoven to progress toRead More Barcelona vs Tottenham confirmed starting line-ups: Big star out, Spurs go for it

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