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Tottenham hoping to keep Sancho out of the headlines

Tottenham hoping to keep Sancho out of the headlines

Harry Kane or Dele Alli are very important for us but we have players who can come in and do well.

Mauricio Pochettino, the Spurs manager, refused to expand on what he called "rumours" but said he was not surprised by how well Sancho's career has developed. "His talent is there and he's a very talented player".

'I feel so proud, ' Pochettino said. Of course 3-0 is a very good result but when you have in front a team like Dortmund you always need to respect them.

"We spoke about our defensive positions and changed things a little. The only problem is that we can only play 11 players and not 22".

Despite a comfortable first-leg victory, Pochettino still believes there is "a lot of work to do" to progress to the quarter-finals.

Spurs broke the deadlock two minutes into the second half through Son Heung-Min, who sent a fine volley past Roman Burki from close range.

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Son has now scored in 13 matches for Spurs this season, and the north Londoners have won all of them.

'Next time Son scores I will go to the dressing room, have a shower and wait for the game to finish, ' Pochettino joked.

"Sonny was fantastic again". His smile, he translates good energy and his performance in every single game is improving and improving.

Despite missing several key players through injury, Borussia Dortmund looked like the better team in the first half. He's so fearless, braver than the people expect. But I prefer players who make mistakes trying to play.

Wenger told beIN Sports: "I wanted to take him from Man City when he didn't get the games".