They have managed just one point at the halfway point of the group stage - which came in Eindhoven in the reverse fixture a fortnight ago - but Pochettino would not be ashamed if his side were knocked out in the coming weeks.
"We cannot control everything in the game but we can do better with the ball". And you need time.
They may be a brilliant team, but I don't fancy Manchester City to be the team emerging from that pack, but there is good reason to believe Liverpool can be in the mix when it matters once again in the Champions League. It is impossible to blame the club.
"We had to dig deep and find another level when it mattered", Kane said.
"That is the balance which is important to generate or create in a team if you want to be close to winning titles". You can not complain, you can not change the situation. "If I believe that Dele Alli is going to sign or a different player is going to sign a new contract because of me, it is a bad feeling or I am so wrong in my head".
American Football was played on the Wembley pitch over three consecutive weekends last month.
He joins Eric Dier (thigh), Danny Rose (groin), Jan Vertonghen (hamstring) and Victor Wanyama (knee) in the treatment room, while Hugo Lloris is suspended.
Harry Kane inspired a turnaround in the final 12 minutes to transform Tottenham's Champions League outlook as they beat PSV 2-1 to move to within three points of second-placed Inter. However, the Eindhoven side have struggled to defend in their Champions League games, allowing eight goals in three games.
Both sides now sit on one point in the group while Barcelona sit top with nine and Inter in second with six.
With Tuesday's win, Spurs kept their hopes of progressing to the knockout round alive but need results against Inter and Barcelona if they hope to pull off a miracle push to the next stage of the Champions League.
"They have confidence in me, yes of course".
On an evening when the depth of his squad seemed at risk of being exposed with an injury to Mousa Dembele and a shaky Premier League debut by Juan Foyth, Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino saw his side nearly contrive to throw away a 3-0 lead.