Next week sees Tottenham face Juventus at Wembley, as both teams hunt for a place in the Champions League quarter final. While Spurs begin the tie with two away goals on aggregate, Pochettino is adamant they have no advantage after the 2-2 draw in the first leg: "Juve are a great team with great players," he said. "It's a very open tie. "We have a lot of work still to do. "The result from the first leg was excellent, but there is no favorite."
"Messi? For me, it's Maradona first"https://t.co/IkEmMCqb8U pic.twitter.com/mmRsqmEOG5 — MARCA in English (@MARCAinENGLISH) February 28, 2018