Spurs Performance in Two Leg Semifinal Pochettino Not Satisfy
Sheffield – Tottenham Hotspur breakouts English League Cup final to clear joy greeted by the manager, Mauricio Pochettino. However Pochettino still keep performance-related concerns foster children in the semifinals.
Spurs advanced to the finals to challenge Chelsea at Wembley on March 1 after a 2-2 draw against Sheffield United in the second leg semi-final held at Bramall Lane on Thursday (29/01/2015) pm dawn.
North London team escaped with a 3-2 aggregate victory after winning 1-0 in the first leg last week. For Spurs this is their first final since 2008, at which time they also appear in the final of the same competition.
Obviously this makes Spurs breakouts Pochettino satisfied, but he still had a concern regarding the Spurs game overall in these two legs.
In the first leg they only won 1-0 thanks to a penalty Andros Townsend. While in the second leg they had trailed 1-2 after conceding two goals in a span of two Che Adams minute, 77th minute and 79th.
Sheffield even came close to adding excellence suppose shot James Reed few minutes after the second goal Adams, was hovering over the bar. Christian Eriksen consecutive goals in the 88th minute of the Spurs must avoid diving half of extra time 2×15 minutes.
“Obviously I’m concerned, this is football! Seeing two appearances in this leg, we deserved to qualify but you have to make a lot of opportunities, goals, and finish the game more quickly,” said Pochettino as quoted by the BBC.
“We provide an opportunity for Sheffield and everything becomes difficult when they scored the second goal,” he continued.