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By Tom Rostance

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  1. Post update

    Tottenham Hotspur 5-0 Red Star Belgrade

    Andy Townsend

    Ex-Chelsea midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    I think the catalyst for that tonight was a fit and lean-looking Dele Alli.

    When he runs beyond Harry Kane and provides other options for the centre-forward to drop in and collect the ball and feed wide men and use his footballing intelligence then I think it makes such a difference to their team.

    I think this season, when Eriksen has played he has not looked at it at all. We are used to getting a performance out of Son and we have seen another one tonight, but if he doesn't step up then sometimes Harry Kane can look a little bit predictable. He's not the quickest and so he needs that variation around him to be at his very best.

  2. 'We started the season late'

    Tottenham Hotspur 5-0 Red Star Belgrade

    Tottenham Hotspur


    More from Poch

    Has there been an overreaction?: "My theory is we started late in our preparation. We used pre-season not just to settle our principles of play and build fitness, but also to build a dynamic of the group and I believe that was affected because we started so late (due playing in the Champions League final).

    "During competition to get that dynamic right is so difficult because the competition does not wait for you.

    "The most important thing is to stay calm and believe."

    On Son Heung-min's performance and Hugo Lloris's Ballon D'Or nomination: "I'm happy when players receive this type of nomination. We work for them to try to deliver their best performance. When performances are good, as a coach you are so happy for them."

  3. "Great for the confidence"

    Tottenham 5-0 Red Star Belgrade

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Spurs goal

    Mauricio Pochettino on BT Sport: "I don't feel great, I feel OK. It's only one game, but of course we need to build our confidence and we have to start at some point.

    "So it's great for the confidence and tomorrow a day off because we scored five goals!"

    On rumours of squad unrest: "In football we try to find a reason from nowhere.

    "The problem was on the pitch and that is all. It's normal to see problems on the pitch, and you try to find a way to spark the team.

    "But things happen in football you can't explain. It is so difficult and complex to explain.

    "The most important thing is to be together and be calm and know that this type of thing can happen in any team.

    "It is most import to show togetherness. If you do not win, the reason is because you are not performing on the pitch, not something that happens outside of the pitch."

  4. Post update

    Manchester City 5-1 Atalanta

    Manchester City

    Pep Guardiola on Rodri:

    Do you know extent of injury? "No. Not yet. I think tomorrow we will know and hopefully it will be between 10 days if it is not broken. If it is broken, it will be three weeks or one month."

    Hamstring? "Yes, looks like. I didn’t speak with him or the doctor just yet but looks like - when one guy runs and puts their hand in the hamstring position, it is hamstring. It looks like."

  5. Second to Scholes...

    Tottenham 5-0 Red Star Belgrade

    Paul Scholes

    Tottenham striker Harry Kane has scored 16 goals in the group stages of the Champions League; only Paul Scholes (19) has more amongst English players.

  6. 'An incredible result'

    Manchester City 5-1 Atalanta

    Manchester City

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola on BT Sport: "It was a really good result. The way they played created that. It was man to man all over the stadium, it was not comfortable, we're not used to playing against these teams.

    "It was no surprise Atalanta finished third last season in Italy and even this season, they're playing well. The way they play, we knew that they would create chances, so it's an incredible result. It's three more points. One more win and we'll be in the next stage.

    "Raheem Sterling was brilliant. He could have scored one more. Not just with the ball, without the ball, he helps us a lot."

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    Malik1219: Spurs 5-0 brilliant result for City, Liverpool can expect a tough game now.

  8. 'I have to fight for my place'

    Club Brugge 0-5 Paris St-Germain


    PSG forward Kylian Mbappe, who came off the bench to score a hat-trick: "The others played well without me, but I have to fight to keep my place.

    "It's been two months since I played a full game. It feels good to come back. I want to play every game and score goals. My injury is over: I'm 100%."

  9. Post update

    Just laughing at Sterling being called 'just another Pedro.'

    Pedro with his World Cup winners' medal. And the Euros.

    And three Champions Leagues. The Premier League, FA Cup, five La Ligas and the Europa League.


  10. 'We stuck together'

    Tottenham 5-0 Red Star Belgrade

    Son goal

    Spurs forward Son Heung-min: "We as a team stuck together from the start. We wanted to win. It was an amazing job and amazing performance.

    "The ball (for my first goal) was great and the timing perfect, then I finished well. Not important only the goal, the way we played was the most important thing.

    "We have got a long way to go, some big away games coming in the Champions League. But we take it step by step, think about Sunday and Liverpool and then think about the Champions League again after that."

  11. Post update

    Dennis, Dennis...

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    Dennis Ethan: Sterling is just another Pedro, if Guardiola leaves let's see how many will he score.

  13. 'We did our research'

    Manchester City 5-1 Atalanta

    Manchester City

    John Stones

    Manchester City defender John Stones on BT Sport: "We came up against a difficult team. We did our research, we knew they were a really aggressive team and they started like that.

    "We got a good goal at a good time which put us back in the game and then the lads did the rest of the work up top."

    On Rodri and Fernandinho playing at centre-back: "They're two top players playing in a position they're not used to. In his first season here, Rodri has slotted in brilliantly so credit to him, and credit to Dino for helping him along.

    "We work in it in training so we can adapt and we can almost play it blind. It's good to be back on the pitch on a personal note but we'll have to see how Rodri's injury is."

  14. 'We've got a long way to go'

    Tottenham Hotspur 5-0 Red Star Belgrade

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Harry Kane

    Harry Kane speaking to BT Sport: "Great, exactly what we needed to do. We know we have had a tough run of results and that was the perfect way to respond.

    "We wanted to come out of the blocks and press high. Of course we needed to score early on but we were ruthless in front of goal and got the clean sheet as well.

    "The most important thing was the win. To win 5-0 was exactly what we needed.

    "We've got a long way to go. Hopefully we can build on this. Liverpool is a tough game coming up, obviously they have started the season fantastic, but hopefully we can win that game."

  15. "I should have had four'

    Manchester City 5-1 Atalanta

    Manchester City

    Raheem Sterling

    Raheem Sterling on BT Sport: "It was difficult with them going man for man, it was tough to get space. But we had to stay patient, wait for a chance and take them when they came.

    "I should have had four. They put me through and I was looking to put one on a plate for Riyad Mahrez. But I went through and should have finished it."

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    They are not quite there, no. We make it that they need a point.

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    Don't bring a bag?

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    SMS Message: Tottenham has a blanket ban on bags bigger than A4. I queued for an hour and missed the first 20 minutes of the match and paid £10 to hand in my bag. Then left after 75 minutes to retrieve it because of the potential queue. Do Tottenham want fans....? from Anonymous