Pochettino says Kane will learn from goal-gate controversy amid criticism

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More than once, Guardiola has promised to heed lessons from Manchester City's slumps, notably after the 4-3 defeat at Liverpool in January that ended their hopes of an unbeaten Premier League season.

"But I have seen us play in a very, very good way and I have seen us play against a team that has always been hard for us traditionally, not just this year".

"They were the most consistent team, playing with fantastic players of course and fantastic coaching staff and fantastic manager". It's hard to put everything in order and say 'This team overachieved, this team deserves everything, this team deserves praise as the team that won the league'. We are more than happy to live in a society in most of the world that we feel freedom to talk, to say, to write, to do what we want. Why?

"Watching the game brought me great satisfaction, because it shows that we have reached a great level".

City are coming off the back of an emotionally draining week that saw them lose three consecutive games in seven days.

He has made three assists in 21 Premier League games for the east London side so far this season.

"Because we are battling against Liverpool for the top four as well, it's a bit of excitement".

Tottenham are relatively comfortable in terms of earning a Champions League spot for next season, sitting at fourth in the table and 10 points clear of Chelsea in fifth.

"I care about the goal because it provided us the three points but all that happens after is more players' decisions or the club's decision", he added. "I think he is going to learn a lot from this you know".

"There is still a lot of work to do until the end and you cannot underestimate clubs like Chelsea, Arsenal, big clubs that can win every game". Left-back Danny Rose is out of action with a calf injury.

Much of Spurs' excellent recent form is down to Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli returning to their best, and both have good records against City.

"Son has been on fire and he deserves everything he gets".

Despite being overshadowed by Salah's brilliance this term, Kane has had another excellent season himself, with speculation continuing to link him with moves to the likes of Real Madrid.