When pushed on his bold comments about winning in Barcelona, he said: "All is possible in football". A late collapse saw Inter win 2-1, and Tottenham lost the following game at home to Barcelona.
"The pressure is on Arsenal to perform and win the game - if Arsenal do not win this game, you are going to go away from here saying, 'Tottenham are just getting away from Arsenal'".
"They look like a solid team and they've won many games in a row so they're confident, but we're confident too".
"One thing I don't like about football is the rules, maybe we should play more like basketball and go in and out. And now we're going to play another game that we must win".
Because Spurs are ahead on head to head record, they need only to match Inter's outcome in the final round of games.
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Klopp also felt one of the game's most influential players, Marco Verratti, deserved a red card for a challenge on Gomez. Di Maria brought down Sadio Mane just inside the area. "Now we have to use Anfield one more time".
"It's going to be very competitive but of course they're qualified in first with 13 points".
'It is going to be a very hard game going away to Barcelona, probably one of the most in-form teams in Europe right now.
"To arrive in that way in Barcelona we need to manage and we need to rotate the squad".
Pochettino said he believed his team deserved the victory. Now we need to show tomorrow that we are in a very good way and use the Chelsea performance as an example. We're growing now with every game, ' he said after returning from injury against Inter. "They're not going to have one day off until January".
The Belgium defender, who could have capped his comeback with a goal against Inter, is one Spurs player who does not mind their congested fixture list.
Barca may rest players given they are already through, but Pochettino is not expecting any favours.
"It hasn't occurred to me that players like Gerard Pique, Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez could take their foot off the pedal or not care about losing at home".