Champions League RESULTS: Liverpool stunned as Harry Kane rescues Tottenham

Lucas Moura believes qualification for the Champions League knockout stages is still possible

Lucas Moura believes qualification for the Champions League knockout stages is still possible

"I think we were so close to winning the game and deserved more in Milan (a 2-1 defeat), we played better than them". "We've played a lot of away games already this year, as everyone knows". Tottenham overtook us at home, they were really in charge of the field and that does not happen often in our stadium.

"I like it because after almost five years I think it's the first time that they've been critical of me and didn't agree with me - but in the end, 2-1".

However, Kane's scuffed left-foot shot found the bottom corner before his late header took two deflections on its way in.

That gives them a higher win percentage than at any point during Pochettino " s time in charge and a points per game total of 2.18, marginally down on 2016-17's high of 2.26.

PSV, which stayed on one point and can not now qualify for the knockout stage, had defended stoutly after going ahead through Luuk De Jong's header from Gaston Pereiro's corner.

It remains to be seen who he will go with in the heart of his midfield, although Harry Winks will be expected to get another outing in the Champions League, given the lack of options available to Pochettino in that area.

Striker Kane finally levelled the contest when he fired home after being teed up by substitute Fernando Llorente.

"That was our fourth game in nine days and I am so pleased", the manager added.

PSV are decent and have some players that can do damage.

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The 89th minute victor ended PSV's chances of progression from the group stage yet that didn't stop the Australian from owning the mistake and agreeing to a post-match interview with Optus Sport just minutes after the final whistle.

Harry Kane has dismissed Mark van Bommel's criticism of the Wembley pitch following Tottenham's dramatic, come-from-behind victory over PSV on Tuesday evening.

Speaking at his press conference, van Bommel said ahead of the tie, "We did not do well at home, we have to be honest about that".

'You could say we were probably a bit unlucky against Manchester City because of the pitch, so it is what it is.

"After one minute we get a goal and we try to defend it until the end".

"Bitter sweet, my first game in the Champions League and then double deflection it goes in last minute off me for the victor", Sainsbury told Optus Sport.

"We've had good away form this year". We did everything, everybody was fighting for the result.

Both sides now sit on one point in the group while Barcelona sit top with nine and Inter in second with six.

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