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Son hails Spurs' strength in depth after downing Dortmund

14 February 2019

"There's no doubt in my mind Jadon will get to that level, but for me at the minute, to get one of Dele, Son or Eriksen out now, I'm not sure I could".

"It's a massive victory and the players deserve all the credit because they were fantastic".

"The first half was very hard, first of all because we never felt the confidence to play", said Pochettino post match.

"The first half was tough, it was an even game but after Sonny scored the team started to feel more free, more confident and started to play in a very good way".

Son started a brilliant second-half display in the last-16 first leg at Wembley by opening the scoring from Jan Vertonghen's excellent cross, before Vertonghen and substitute Fernando Llorente put Mauricio Pochettino's men on course for the last eight in the final seven minutes.

'Next time Son scores I will go to the dressing room, have a shower and wait for the game to finish, ' Pochettino joked afterwards. They win the possibility to have a few days off. It was an awesome result and the players deserve massive praise but we need to think that it's going to be tough to play over there.

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"Today it's 3-0 and maybe everyone says, "Oh, fantastic decision", or maybe if it's a different result I'm the worst coach in the world", he said.

Wenger, who long had a reputation as a manager willing to turn to young players, also believes that the amount of money on offer to players like Sancho before they've earned it on the pitch could be hampering their drive to improve.

"The balance is the most important thing".

On the ratings front, grades ranged from a "7" in the Mirror to a "6" in the Times to a "5" ("peripheral and disappointing") in the Guardian and at talkSport and "4" in the Independent, where it noted Pulisic "got into good positions in both halves but could never take advantage of them, as if he were just lacking the confidence to make the difference when it mattered".

"They dropped off a bit then that early goal in the second half helped". He's so courageous, braver than the people expect.

"Jan is technically unbelievable and can play in any position". I want to congratulate my players. "I love the players taking risks and being fearless like he is".

Son hails Spurs' strength in depth after downing Dortmund