Mauricio Pochettino was in attendance as Tottenham Hotspur’s Under-18s side beat Southampton in the first ever match at the club’s new stadium.

The Spurs boss was introduced to the 30,000-strong crowd at half-time and delivered an emotional speech before the youth team completed a 3-1 victory.

After congratulating chairman Daniel Levy and the rest of the Tottenham board for finally completing the construction of the White Hart Lane-based arena, Pochettino talked up his side’s chances of beating Manchester City in the Champions League quarter-finals in front 62,000 fans.

He also spoke of how he was almost tearful seeing the new stadium in person. Watch the full speech below.

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  1. Please make sure the defence don’t play a very high line against city because they will get caught out, and the midfield and forward must not miss pass and get too complacent when they score one goal. They must keep the pressure and concentration for the whole 90 minutes COYS

  2. We need to play every game as if we fighting to stay up in league.We need go out and never give our opponents any sniff /chance and play until till final whistle.Do what do we best ,attack from first whistle,work hard and simple things.COYS


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