Will United snub see Sanchez and Llorente shine for Tottenham against Madrid?

Will United snub see Sanchez and Llorente shine for Tottenham against Madrid?

Will United snub see Sanchez and Llorente shine for Tottenham against Madrid?

Mauricio Pochettino is "confident" Harry Kane will be fit to face Real Madrid in the Champions League after training with the Tottenham squad on Tuesday.

Tottenham, who are top of Group H on seven points, held Spanish champions Real Madrid to a 1-1 draw earlier this month.

Spurs go into the game on the back of two defeats, to West Ham United in the Carabao Cup and Manchester United in the Premier League, but having earned an impressive 1-1 draw at the Santiago Bernabeu last time out in this competition.

"With the doctors and the player, we will take the best decision for everyone", Pochettino said with regards to Kane's involvement against Real, as quoted by Sky Sports.

"The important thing is we don't dwell on that".

The Spurs centre-back has lauded the in-form hitman on the eve of the Lilywhites' Champions League clash with Los Blancos at Wembley. There is always pressure, but despite that we're not going to lose our heads.

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The French coach said Real had lost the game due to two lapses of concentration in the space of four minutes which lead to Cristhian Stuani's equaliser and Portu's victor, but denied there was a problem with the team's attitude.

Asked to explain his side's problems, Madrid defender Marcelo claimed a lack of motivation for the more mundane La Liga fixtures might be to blame.

"We must analyse and take the best decision for everyone". Some teams play five, some teams play four, some teams play three.

"That's football. Everyone can play (how) they want to play". We have seen that in the away game. "It's a great stage to play on against great opposition", he said. I think that game gave us a lot of confidence going into this game, and as well the other games this season.

They're all but through already but I think he'll play Romelu Lukaku because he needs a goal, and I think Mata will be out to prove a point as well.

"I feel I work my best in these situations".

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