I'm Happy With Him - Mauricio Pochettino Drops Spurs Team Selection Hint

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We write "at least" 4000, because the Italian newspaper believe that even more could descend on England's capital, much like they did against Barcelona a year ago.

"If you don't think too much, and look for a draw, especially against an experienced team like Juve, you could be in trouble. The best way is to start sharp and like we usually do at home", the France worldwide said.

Champions League nights are what we all want to be involved in and this is a chance to get into the quarter-finals.

"Higuain is one of the best strikers in the world. But we're going to have to play better tomorrow and know that when we have to defend, we have to defend like we always have - not like in the first leg".

"Now it's just to enjoy because we are in the period of the season where we can win and lose everything we have worked for".

"I think that Tottenham are a side with characteristics and a way of playing which have bedded in and they will play the game they are capable of playing, which is an open, attacking, physically and technically strong football which will certainly cause us problems", he said.

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Blaise Matuidi returned in the Coppa Italia win over Atalanta, while Paulo Dybala is back from a two month lay-off.

"He is one of the greatest in history and has put his stamp on history, and you can only have respect and admiration for his whole career", said Spurs' skipper.

If the players were feeling the pressure they were not letting it show in a match for a match that could define their season.

"But when they game starts, you are very focused on your own situation and your motivation to win the game".

"The first leg was another example of the attitude we have in the team", Lloris said.

"Now I think for our fans and us, it's like our home". I took three hours to have lunch with him and he was a great kid, great person, great professional, great player. We're devastated to hear the news and we share the pain with all the people in Italy and Florence, and I send all my energy to his family. As it turns out, the same thing could well happen again, despite the rules being changed.