Aguero has scored more goals against Spurs than any other player in the Premier League era, having found the net at the north Londoners' expense on 10 occasions. "It's never easy to defend against a striker like this over the whole 90 minutes, but when we get chances against Man City we have to score and it's also possible that we'll win there", Wimmer told Ham & High. I think we did that very well against Norwich and Watford. "We will do all we can to bounce back".
It was a great night and David Bentley and all the subs chucked water over me while I was giving an interview to the television, which I wasn't best pleased about at the time.
"Leicester fully deserve their position and how they won the game they completely deserved it because they were better than Manchester City". However, they need to do some prioritizing if they want the grand prize.
For the first time in a generation, Tottenham is a real factor in the title race, and is showing the kind of form that could see the club rid itself of the underachiever tag that has followed it around for years. City need a response after a bad defeat. The way Tottenham press teams will cause City problems.
He said: "I think six players went with England". There are still a lot of games to play. "For Spurs, maybe Lamela but all the focus will be on Harry Kane". "He is being given control over what's happening with transfers and that is a good position for any manager to be in".
You wonder why nobody else signed Alli because every week at MK Dons he was turning in fantastic performances.
"It's a good point because we come from Spain - empty stadiums - and our feeling is to keep the full stadiums", said Pochettino.
Ahead of the strong defense is the promising Eric Dier, who has moved from the back line into a defensive midfield spot to offer protection and allow him to show more of his technical ability.
The results of both matches could go a long way to deciding the destination of the Premier League trophy but Pochettino played down the significance of Sunday's action. Make the headlines for your football, not off the pitch.
The English media is borderline obsessed with linking Tottenham players to United and now it looks as if they will transition to incessant articles about Pochettino as the ideal successor to Sir Alex.
There's a chance for Tottenham to become the biggest club in London, every chance.
But it won't be a walk in the park for Aguero and City in Sunday's late-afternoon fixture.
This revelation will leaves Jose Mourinho front-runner for the United job.