Pochettino, speaking at the club's training ground, said: "After the game, Harry said, "I touched the ball with my right shoulder". I'm sure he's going to play [before] the end of the season.
Spurs away is never an easy task, given Mauricio Pochettino's side have lost just once at home this season and the match comes at a time when City's confidence could have been drained by an unusually negative week for Pep Guardiola's side. I hope that Harry and Christian can rating on Saturday and everybody can be comfortable'.
"The goal provides us three points". But that was a club decision to appeal.
"But yes of course we are a little bit concerned about his situation".
Spurs will hope to be rather closer next term.
We are more than happy to live in a society in most of the world that we feel freedom to talk, to say, to write, to do what we want. Why? We have already shown we are ready to compete.
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'They deserve to be top, they were the most consistent team.
Tottenham now occupy fourth place with 67 points, 10 points ahead of nearest challengers Chelsea, and the ambitious London club are on course to bring Champions League soccer to their new stadium next season.
Christian Eriksen will face Kevin De Bruyne at Wembley, and Pochettino believes they are among the best midfielders in the league. "I don't know if they're the best but if you make your top five, I'm sure all the managers and football people are going to name them both".
October was the last time Alderweireld made a Premier League appearance after spending months out with a serious hamstring injury.
Pochettino has gone on record as not caring who scored the goal, while also suggesting the decision to appeal it was not down to him.
"I think after seven, eight months that it [the transfer] happened I think he deserves a good reception from the fans".
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Israel has a longstanding policy of refusing to comment on alleged military actions beyond the West Bank and Gaza Strip. The news agency also quoted Qasemi as saying that the reports of the gas attack "do not match facts".