Conquering Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City in the Champions League quarter-last was in excess of a straightforward matter of strategies, as indicated by Tottenham administrator Mauricio Pochettino.
Tottenham beat City on away objectives after a throbbing 4-4 total attract to set up a last-four tie with this present season’s unexpected bundle Ajax.
It speaks to the club’s first-since forever appearance at this phase in either the Champions League or European Cup, while Guardiola was sentenced to an eighth successive year without an appearance in the last of Europe’s head club rivalry.
Pochettino’s side will play Dutch outfit Ajax for the privilege to confront either Barcelona or Liverpool in the Madrid show-stopper on June 1, and the Spurs supervisor trusts that fortune had an impact in hauling his group to this phase of the challenge.
“There is nothing concrete, it had to do with a lot of things,” Pochettino told Goal . “It goes beyond a tactical approach. It’s about quality, overcoming the circumstances that are taking place, the different moments that a match has, and also having some luck.
“We should not get too proud, but we also have quality in our football. We face each game with courage.”