Mauricio Pochettino: Champions League 'massive' to Spurs new home

Florence Fletcher
May 13, 2018

"Although in scoring terms Harry Kane continues as a precision killer while Spurs are a revving power, eyeing a new stadium and a trophy or two".

England worldwide Kane scored the winning goal as Tottenham beat Newcastle United 1-0 on Wednesday to secure a Premier League top-four finish and qualify for the Champions League for a third successive campaign.

Another season is coming to an end and Tottenham Hotspur is guaranteed another Champions League campaign next year.

"Spurs have lost just one of their last 17 home Premier League games and I expect them to maintain that record against a Leicester side who ended a run of 22 league games without a win against Arsenal when they beat the Gunners at the King Power midweek", Owen told BetVictor.

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"We will see if it is possible or not but I have a good feeling because it is the most important thing for the club", said the 56-year-old, whose side finish their campaign against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday. We've had to deal with that, deal with the pressure of that.

He is ahead of Harry Kane by three goals in the Golden Boot race - with 31 so far - and could also capture the Champions League title in a couple of weeks as Jurgen Klopp's men take on Real Madrid in Kiev. I'm very proud of the team. After last year's disgusting fallout in the group stage, they did a stellar performance this 17-18 campaign, which saw them finish their group undefeated.

"We progressed well from the last season". Not only is this good for the team but also to the fans as he is a homegrown player and has a great connection with the fans. "It is what everyone wants, especially the top players around the world", Kane is quoted as saying by ESPN. It will be a new experience for everyone because the transfer window is going to close before the start of the season.

There is, of course, the new stadium Spurs will move into next season, the construction of which has cost over £800m. No one knows what will happen. The difference is that this year we have a younger team, a more inexperienced team, so maybe the expectation is not so big.

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