Pochettino shares what disappointed him in Tottenham win v Everton
By Harvey Byrne
Mauricio Pochettino has shared that he was disappointed in the manner in which Tottenham conceded their second goal in Sunday’s win against Everton.
The north London club ran out 3-2 victors at White Hart Lane with a Harry Kane double as well as a solo Delli Alli strike cancelling out two late efforts from Romelu Lukaku and Enner Valencia.
Pochettino stated after the match that he was impressed with they way that his team had performed.
However, he also told that his team can never concede a goal in the way that they did the second one again.
“A very good win, a fantastic performance, but a little bit disappointed in the way we conceded the last goal,” told Pochettino to the official Tottenham Twitter page.
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“We showed a little lack of concentration and that can not happen again, but if we put out that situation we did very well, we played fantastic first half, second half was dominant and we played with a very high tempo and good quality.”
Everton’s second goal came after Ross Barkley floated in a free kick which found Valencia unmarked, allowing him to have a free header at goal.
It was a poor way to finish what was a good 90 minutes for Tottenham, but as a whole those associated with Spurs will be happy with the three points achieved on Sunday.
Spurs next league match will see them take on Southampton at home in two weeks time with an FA Cup tie against Millwall in between.
The north London club are currently seven points away from top of the league Chelsea, but the Blues will play their game in hand against West Ham on Monday evening.
In other Tottenham news, Jan Vertonghen has revealed why his teammates are making fun of him.