With the Quarter-finals of the Champions League only three weeks to go, Tottenham Hotspur fanbase is not really being confident with the team progressing further than the Quarter-finals in the competition after being drawn with Manchester City last week.
The Citizens’ recent form is already a cause of concern for the team, and being drawn with City could prove to be Spurs toughest draw yet, with the second leg to be played at the Etihad Stadium.
For the Pochettino team to have any chance of moving past the quarter-finals stage, they will have to defeat the Manchester team at the newly launched stadium before fighting for their lives at the Etihad the following week.
News flash, Pep Guardiola might just not be heading to the Champions League tie with all his stars as a player in his team might have been injured.
Key player for City, Leroy Sane was helped out of the pitch while playing for Germany against Serbia following a tackle made on him from Milan Pavkov.
Pavkov was immediately sent off for his wild tackle on the City star, who was seen limping after the full time whistle. German head coach Joachim Low said in post-match conference via Football London claiming that the
23-year-old was lucky to not have had his leg broken, although it is unknown how long he will be on the sidelines for.
Although Man City have a number of players to replace the star, Leroy Sane has had more impressive season so far than other players in his position, which will be a big miss for Guardiola in terms of selection.