"We're not just playing Real Madrid, we're playing the best player in the world".
"He is the big sensation of the season so far".
Zinedine Zidane branded Harry Kane the "complete forward" ahead of Real Madrid's Champions League clash with Tottenham on Tuesday, but was quick to insist that he is not their only weapon. I didn't see him till I came back for pre-season. The Manchester City manager, after all, had been in charge of the Lionel Messi team at Barcelona.
"It's amazing, you have to have respect them, but we have to respect our history as well".
"Kane is still pretty unknown", Morillas says.
"I think over the last few seasons it's been almost the same team every season".
"The majority of people I've talked to think that way too". We know each other very well.
"These two games will be key".
They can even determine if he has an imbalance in one leg. Kane might be above the required levels in both legs but if he can produce more power in one, there could be a problem. Just go for it, win your battles and anything can happen.
He added: "Among the great teams in Europe, where Tottenham are included, there are not that many differences".
"Kane would have to show a goal-scoring instinct, strength and pace", he says. That is a hard thing to achieve at this kind of club but he has managed it. The Danish attacking midfielder maintains that his side is not a one man team, and called Guardiola's comment disrespectful.
"Being English helps him".
"Lallana himself was once so angry with a decision during a training match that he blew his top and swore at coach Miki D'Agostino", Pochettino continued. He will score goals and we will help him score goals. Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy using the record sum of £198 million which Paris Saint-Germain paid for Neymar last summer as a benchmark looks likely. The Spain captain was ill in the run up to the match and had to be given a 'serum' to replace his vital liquids and levels. The Bernabeu is a big stadium but I think if you play in the Premier League you play against the best teams in the world.
"If you haven't played against Madrid in the Bernabeu it's like you haven't been baptised".
'They deserve it because of their tradition and fans. "I was speechless! He paused for like a second, and he said '.but now he loves you'". Mauricio Pochetino's side travels to Madrid after emerging a slim winner over Bournemouth in the 1-0 victory at the Wembley Stadium.