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 By John Crace

Dele Alli still not his best, but good enough to lift Spurs in Carabao Cup

Mauricio Pochettino emphasises that Tottenham's ambition is to try to win the Premier League or UCL, not domestic cups.

A tap-in from inside the box by Dele Alli midway through the second half edged Spurs past Championship strugglers Barnsley 1-0. Manager Mauricio Pochettino only rested five of his usual Premier League starting XI for the cup tie but Spurs still struggled to break down a well-organised Barnsley defence. Clear-cut chances were thin on the ground as Spurs all too often looked to take one touch too many, and when they did come they were not taken. Even after Alli's goal, Tottenham struggled for any...

Pochettino must deliver silverware at Spurs before dismissing League Cup

Mauricio Pochettino has dismissed the importance of the Carabao Cup.

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is normally guarded about giving away too much team news before a match but this week he could not have been more willing to name names.

Asked towards the end of Monday's news conference if summer signing Juan Foyth would play in the following day's Carabao Cup third round match against Barnsley, Pochettino said he would, and joked: "In the end I will have given the whole team out!"

The light-hearted moment followed a more serious explanation from...

 By John Crace

Spurs again fail to produce at Wembley in goalless draw vs. Swansea

Tottenham had another frustrating performance at Wembley as they were held to a scoreless deadlock by Swansea.
Tottenham had another frustrating performance at Wembley as they were held to a scoreless deadlock by Swansea.
Mauricio Pochettino adamantly explains Spurs' need to cleanse themselves of last season to focus solely on this campaign.
Craig Burley recaps Saturday's Premier League fixtures, headlined by Man City's emphatic display vs. Watford.
Craig Burley recaps Saturday's Premier League fixtures, headlined by Man City's emphatic display vs. Watford.

There was more frustration at home for Spurs as a resolute Swansea claimed the point for which they had come. Though Tottenham dominated possession for long periods, they were unable to make the pressure count; a Harry Kane shot off the crossbar, midway through the second half, was the closest they came to breaking the deadlock. Spurs started slowly and the first half offered little by way of entertainment. After the break, the hosts upped a gear and moved the ball around faster, but their efforts...

 By Ben Pearce

Sanchez and Aurier boost Tottenham's pursuit of fighting for trophies

Mauricio Pochettino hopes a 3-1 win against Dortmund in the Champions League ends talk of a 'Wembley hoodoo.'

At the start of the summer, Tottenham's main weakness was that while their best XI was among the most formidable in the Premier League, they lacked strength in depth.

Sizeable gaps in quality between first choice and reserve players meant that when Mauricio Pochettino lost or rested his biggest stars last season, results dipped.

A second string lineup exited the League Cup as soon as they faced top flight opposition, with a team featuring Kevin Wimmer, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Tom Carroll, Josh Onomah,...

By the numbers: Spurs' Harry Kane belongs on list of world's best

Harry Kane's brace secured a thrilling win over Borussia Dortmund, with the Wembley curse put to bed by Spurs.
Goalscorers Harry Kane and Son Heung-min sound off on their impressive win over, and the hopeful end of the Wembley curse.

Harry Kane announced himself in Europe with two brilliant goals as Tottenham beat Borussia Dortmund 3-1 in the Champions League at Wembley on Wednesday.

Afterwards, Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino said he hoped Kane would "get the credit he deserves" after his goals in the competition, declaring him "one of the best strikers in the world."

Kane's statistics already compare favourably with the best forwards on the planet, particularly since the start of this calendar year.

ESPN FC took a look...

 By Nick Miller

Harry Kane may have to leave Tottenham to reward world-class talent

Shaka Hislop and Alexis Nunes debate whether Harry Kane needs to leave Tottenham to reward his world-class talent.
Shaka Hislop and Alexis Nunes debate whether Harry Kane needs to leave Tottenham to reward his world-class talent.

Apparently, Harry Kane has to prove himself. Shortly after scoring twice in Tottenham's 3-1 win over Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday, talk turned to what he has to do in order to prove he's world class.

"He could have to leave Spurs to become that top, top world class Robert Lewandowski-type player," said Phil Neville, commentating for BBC Radio. "If Spurs maintain being a top-four team, that will not be good enough.

"I think he needs to be challenging for the Ballon d'Or. I think he needs to...