Buffon not considering Spurs match as his last in Champions League

07 March, 2018, 00:19 | Author: Larry Hoffman
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The Bianconeri will be familiar with the surroundings having already played there in a pre-season friendly back in August. "The players would be heroes because they will have competed with these big sides". "If we think too much about playing for a draw, especially against an experienced team like Juve, you can be in trouble", Lloris said.

The South Korean's recent performances have drawn praise and questions have been asked over whether he has done enough to earn a start for Spurs against Juventus in the Champions League on Wednesday night.

Vertonghen, speaking to the club's official website, said: 'I missed two games and that's a shame, but I feel very good, I appreciate the fans and it's good to see that they appreciate me. "We need to feel free".

"There's a strong chance that Douglas Costa will play.

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We are playing against one of the best teams in Europe, but we are a fearless team, positive people, that love the challenge and we all think we can win", Pochettino said during his pre-match press conference on Tuesday.

There is a feeling that Pochettino is on the cusp of something special, but he urges caution, preferring to concentrate exclusively on the job in hand against a club who have reached two of the last three Champions League finals.

"Higuain is one of the best strikers in the world".

Paulo Dybala, who also missed the clash in Turin, showed his quality with his first start for two months.

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"I don't know how Tottenham will play, but considering the first leg result, there's more pressure on them because they are the favourites", he said.

The former Southampton boss went on to express his condolences over the death of Fiorentina skipper Davide Astori who passed away on Sunday.

"We are playing against one of the best teams in Europe, but we are a fearless team, positive people, that love the challenge and we all think we can win".

Pochettino said: "I want to send all my condolences to Davide Astori and all the people that love him, and I think it's a massive tragedy". I took three hours to have lunch with him and he was a great kid, great person, great professional, great player.

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