Tottenham settled in the hotel prior to the quarter final of the Champions League stage with Manchester City
- Tottenham players and staff arrived at The Hilton Hotel before facing Man City
- Mauricio Pochettino saw a picture of himself drawing for a young fan
- Dele Alli got out of the bus and wore a protective bowl for a broken hand
- Hugo Lloris said his team & # 39; was ready to suffer & # 39; to keep their 1-0 lead
Tottenham players and staff arrived Tuesday night at the Hilton Hotel in Manchester, prior to their quarter final from the Champions League quarter with Manchester City at Etihad Stadium.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino saw an old photo of himself drawing with an Argentinian kit for a young fan when his players got out on the team bus.
Dele Alli was spotted with a protective cast on his broken hand and Heung-min Son and Lucas Moura were also among the players who wanted to protect – or even build on, their 1-0 overall lead over the men of Pep Guardiola.
Mauricio Pochettino saw a picture of himself drawing for a young fan when Tottenham players and staff arrived at The Hilton Hotel before they met Manchester City
Dele Alli got off the bus and wore a protective cast after he had a broken hand
Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris revealed Tuesday that his team & # 39; is ready to suffer & # 39; to beat Manchester City.
After keeping a clean slate in their home leg, if Spurs can find the net in Manchester, it would leave City that needs three goals to move forward.
Traces will undoubtedly come under heavy pressure against the men of Pep Guardiola, but the keeper of France, who saved Sergio Aguero's penalty last week, is prepared.
Heung-min Son & # 39; s goal was the difference between the two teams in the first leg
& # 39; It's all about the mentality, the mind, having the same idea of football together, & # 39; said Lloris.
& # 39; Then of course we are ready to suffer because we will suffer tomorrow, but we know we can make the game difficult for them too.
& # 39; It's just about enjoying being at this stage of the competition, ready to compete. Momentum is very important. & # 39;
Brazilian winger Lucas Moura approaches fans at the Hilton Hotel in Manchester
Boss Mauricio Pochettino says that Manchester City is still the favorite to win the Champions League, despite the advantage of his party in the first leg.
& # 39; Manchester City is one of the best teams in the world for me and a clear favorite to win the Premier League and Champions League & # 39 ;, he said.
& # 39; For us to beat them in the first game was a great result, but we know very well that the draw is still open and tomorrow will be very, very difficult.
& # 39; But we believe we are going to fight. Tomorrow will be a great challenge and fight. I am so motivated and excited. & # 39;
Hugo Lloris said his team & # 39; was ready to suffer & # 39; to keep their 1-0 lead