Tottenham Hotspur: Mauricio Pochettino disappointed with late lapse in concentration after Burnley

Posted August 28, 2017

Spurs were on course to end their Wembley jinx thanks to Dele Alli's strike, but Chris Wood grabbed a dramatic stoppage-time equaliser as Burnley snatched an unlikely 1-1 draw.

But the manager said: "No, it's not the problem, it's not a Wembley problem".

"I think in how we conceded a goal you can see during the game we felt disappointed".

"It has nothing to do with it", Pochettino said when asked about Spurs' lack of form at the national stadium.

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"In football, if you're not concentrated and focused sometimes when you're exhausted, you concede or gave the opponent the possibility to score". Their defensive line was consistent and rigid, they were hard to break down, and the Spurs forward line was left frustrated throughout the game.

"But in the end when you are able to score to make it 1-0 and you have the chances to kill the game you must do it".

While Wood was off the mark barely half an hour after coming off the bench, Harry Kane's August drought stretches on and on. Prolific in the Championship for Leeds, the striker bagged 27 goals last season and had a fantastic conversion rate of 54%.

Spurs lost their first game of the season at their temporary home 2-1 to Premier League champions Chelsea last weekend after Marcos Alonso struck a late victor.

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"I think we showed a year ago we're definitely not a soft touch and hopefully we are going up be looking up and doing what we can to progress from last season and keep fighting". I feel sorry for him.

That goal transformed the dynamic of the contest, with Burnley switching to two orthodox strikers - but, apart from a Brady drive that Lloris beat away at the near post, the change had little impact. "I felt we deserved something, though". I felt we handled the occasion well.

As the game opened up Heaton made two fine saves in quick succession, the goalkeeper denying his worldwide team-mate Kane with a fine dive to his right and then reacting well to tip Eriksen's drive over the crossbar. Theirs did as well. We were on the front foot.

"It is special because we got a great point away from home against a really good side".

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"Whether they were anxious about their stadium was not something I was anxious about".