Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham can call Wembley 'home'

Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham can call Wembley 'home'

The north London club will go through on the away goals rule if they can keep a clean sheet in the return leg, but Pochettino said he will set up his team to play on the front foot like in the first leg.

Huddersfield's chances of defeating Tottenham for the first time since 1956 received a blow when Dele Alli sent Son racing clear of the defense in the 27th minute.

In what may come as a surprise, Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has decided not to rest any starters against Huddersfield ahead of his club's clash with Juventus in the Champions League.

"When you analyse the game the team fully deserved the three points", Pochettino added.

Tottenham extended their unbeaten run to 17 matches in all competitions with a comfortable 2-0 win over Huddersfield, lifting them temporarily into third place.

Alli just couldn't stretch to turn home Kane's driven cross inside three minutes before Son's cut-back for Kane produced a fine save from Jonas Lossl.

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It took Huddersfield 53 minutes to pose a threat when substitute Tom Ince latched onto a long ball in behind the Spurs defence and saw his well-struck effort beaten away by Hugo Lloris.

"We have said this before, and I think everybody is able to leave with their heads up and we will prepare for a very exciting game which we have next at our fortress of the John Smith's Stadium [against Swansea City next Saturday]".

If Huddersfield's misery had been increased by the first-half injuries suffered by Quaner and Pritchard, the latter against his former team, another picked up by referee Mike Jones during the warm-up had earlier led to fourth official Kevin Friend instead taking charge.

When it comes to Tottenham Hotspur's main man Harry Kane, the numbers speak for themselves - 35 goals in 37 games so far this season is simply phenomenal.

The situation was certainly in hand for Spurs. David Wagner's side has shown real improvement in the past few weeks, however, beating West Brom and Bournemouth to move up to 14th in the table.