Lloris warns Spurs they must up their game against Dortmund

Tanya Simon
February 13, 2019

"We would, of course, have liked to have him in London, because his presence is a bit intimidating for the opponent", Dortmund official Sebastian Kehl told reporters.

"Mauricio Pochettino's side have done something similar in each of their past four league games, but it is actually very impressive that they keep getting results when none of those performances have been particularly great".

Tottenham's Son Heung-min is shown a yellow card by referee Michael Oliver.

"It was a penalty, the same referee", he added as he recalled an incident when the club were denied a penalty against Liverpool earlier this season.

"Today do you think that Sonny deserved to be booked?"

Jamie Vardy stepped off the bench to take Leicester's penalty against Tottenham - but his first touch did not go as planned.

Their attention now turns to the Champions League, where they host Borussia Dortmund in the last 16, though Pochettino is unhappy with the scheduling of this game against the Foxes.

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Orsato eventually ruled that Young should go apologise to Di Maria , but no further punishment was made. If you tease him, it does not make him weaker. "I thought he had a good relationship with the fans".

With all the circumstances that happened during the game and this season, it's so important to recognise that they are doing a fantastic effort and I am so proud of that.

Leicester, who missed good chances at a steady rate through the game, have now lost five of their last six games in all competitions as the pressure grows on Claude Puel.

"We don't know, if it was a good thing or not a good thing".

After replacing Demarai Gray with his side trailing to Davinson Sanchez's headed opener, James Maddison was brought down inside the box by Jan Vertonghen with Vardy already warming up and ready to come on.

The Kiwi bagged a brace in a key game against Brighton on Saturday, taking his tally to five goals in seven games in what a vital win for the Clarets against the Seagulls, who both now sit on 27 points, three points above the drop zone, with Burnley now unbeaten in their last seven.

I don't think many defenders have been included in the Team of the Week after they had faced up against the most timid strike force in the Premier League, but Huddersfield actually discovered a semblance of attacking threat against Arsenal, with the Terriers having 15 shots compared to the Gunners nine. "Come on. We are the most innocent people on the pitch".

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