• Champions League game is biggest of his managerial career
• ‘The first strength of City is their will to fight for every ball’
Mauricio Pochettino has described the Champions League quarter-final against Manchester City as the biggest game of his managerial career. The Argentinian, who sends his Tottenham team out for the first leg at the club’s new stadium on Tuesday night, has never made it this far in the competition. Indeed, Spurs have reached the last eight of Europe’s elite tournament on only two previous occasions – in 1962 and 2011.
“Maybe as a coach, yes. I think yes,” Pochettino said. “It’s going to be one of the most important games. For us it’s a massive bonus to have the opportunity to play in the quarter-finals with all of the circumstances we have been through this season.
Source: Football News
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