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Tottenham vs PSV Eindhoven, Champions League

Tottenham vs PSV Eindhoven, Champions League

Spurs appeared to be doomed as they trailed for much of the Group B match, but they turned things around late on to capitalise on the Italian side dropping points at home to Barcelona.

"We need to do our job". The next game against Inter Milan is a must win.

'The belief is still there and I am optimistic.

Meanwhile, Kane's strike in the Midlands means that he's scored in 27 of his last 27 league away games, a tally he will be bidding to enhance away to Crystal Palace next weekend, although first off he has a crunch Champions League clash at home to PSV to look forward to. We did that out there [in the reverse fixture] but we didn't finish them off when we could have, and we ended up paying the price [with a draw].

"We all feel disappointed because we can not deliver the possibility of playing the Champions League in our new stadium, but it wasn't in our hands, there were many things that complicated it".

"It's not good but we're not complaining. If we are capable of beating them, the percentage to be in the next stage will be high".

The Spurs boss praised the spirit of his players after four games in nine days.

But Spurs' manager says he has no problems with the reaction and has proudly pointed out that his changes - particularly the introduction of Fernando Llorente, who set up Harry Kane's equaliser - helped his team to battle back and triumph 2-1.

Spurs dominated their Dutch opponents but trailed for 76 minutes after missing numerous chances following De Jong's early header from a corner. Their keeper was fantastic.

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'We never gave up. "In the end we managed to take a couple but I think we deserved it".

He forgave Tottenham fans who jeered his decision to replace Lucas Moura when the team were trailing.

"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". Maybe they'll be qualified and the game will be different. If I was in the stands my reaction would be the same.

"We had to dig deep and find another level when it mattered", Kane said. And in the end we won'.

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.

"It is worse when there are American football games a few days before but we need to accept that and we can not complain".

Speaking about his team's performance, he added: "I think that they fight like lions".

'Everybody wants a good pitch.

"We have to deal with that". We did everything we could.