Mauricio Pochettino "not worried" about Wembley form

Antonio Conte

Kane will take aim at Swansea City on Saturday at Wembley as Tottenham try and win their first Premier League match there, having disposed of Dortmund on Wednesday. 'But today when you watch the game do you believe that Wembley was a problem?

"It's true that last season was a fantastic season at White Hart Lane".

He can now add to that at Wembley today, with a price of 7-4 for him to bag the first goal against a Swans side that have one win this season - against hapless Crystal Palace. I think I can help them a lot. "We dominated the game but weren't clinical enough in front of the goal". They were rarely pulled apart, only wobbling to any considerable extent during a period midway through the second half in which Harry Kane struck the crossbar. The Welsh side rode their luck at times but few could argue against that.

Tottenham had two strong appeals for penalties turned down, with Martin Olsson appearing to deliberately handle in the area and Jordan Ayew seeming to clip Serge Aurier. And Pochettino made no attempt to hide his indignation at the decisions.

'It's not my business, ' said Pochettino.

'But I think it's too early to analyse. He tried to justify by telling the players it was handball, it was handball, it was handball, shouting. If you do not see the hand ball then do not give it.

As with most things in football, Llorente's decision was a combination of factors, though he largely credits Pochettino's project, whatever that means.

The England Under-21 worldwide had looked to have made a complete recovery and has featured off the bench three times this season, but Pochettino says there are still lingering concerns.

They have lost both their home matches to Manchester United and Newcastle but are yet to taste defeat in four games on their travels.

"Good defending should be applauded", Clement said. "If you go to Italy, that's something they're very proud of".

"We tried to make it hard centrally", said Clement.

Clement replaced new midfielder Renato Sanches, on-loan from Bayern Munich, with Leroy Fer after 58 minutes in a game where Swansea took a cautious approach.



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