Tottenham vs. PSV Eindhoven live stream

Tottenham vs. PSV Eindhoven live stream

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino had no problem with home fans jeering him during last night's Champions League victory over PSV Eindhoven.

With Internazionale drawing against Barcelona in the other fixture in Group B, Spurs not only have to beat Inter in three weeks but will nearly certainly need to achieve a better result than the Italian club in the final matchday - when Spurs travel to the Camp Nou.

"Sometimes people say: 'Oh, Pochettino doesn't have a Plan B or Plan C'".

Spurs have one point from three games and will be eliminated if they lose on Tuesday and Inter Milan beat Barcelona. Here at Wembley next, definitely a winnable game, and that's what we've got to go and do'.

"But the team was fighting, taking risks and I'm so pleased because we've won the game and we're alive in the competition".

Kane was also kept out by Jeroen Zoet a quarter of the way through the match - one of four saves the visiting keeper would make in a first half the home side would go on to dominate without scoring.

Harry Kane got the equaliser 12 minutes from time and then saw his header deflect in off Trent Sainsbury for the victor, moving Spurs to within three points of second-placed Inter with two matches left.

The Fiver: sign up and get our daily football email. 'The early goal increased the belief for the opponents and we created chances and dominated the game and could not score.

"We need to do our job".

Their 1.73 goals per game so far this campaign is significantly down on the last three seasons, while their shots per game is the lowest it has been under his stewardship.

Tottenham's pressure finally told in the final 12 minutes, however, as Harry Kane led from the front by netting a couple of goals to lift his side to within three points of Inter Milan, who earned a 1-1 draw against Barcelona elsewhere tonight.

Socceroos star Trent Sainsbury cursed his misfortune after a dream Champions League debut for PSV turned into a nightmare against Tottenham. "It's important we do not concede a goal as cheap as we did today". Maybe they'll be qualified and the game will be different.

Asked if he thought his team need to improve against Inter, Pochettino said: "I always want more from the team". You know what I mean, it's bad.