Poch said: “Full credit to Wycombe and how they played the first half as they were better than us.
You know we are a team which is involved in different competitions, and if you are in the Tottenham squad for this type of game you can play. If you cannot play in this type of game then we will have a problem.”
Wycombe who are fifth in League Two, sent Spurs in at half time 2 goals to the good and to a chorus of booing.
Harry Winks said: “It was a bit embarrassing to be honest,” Winks said. “It wasn’t the performance we expected to go out there and give. It was more a case of livening up – not really tactical advice – but to go out there and liven ourselves up.
“It was a tough game, very tough, and credit to Wycombe as they came at us and followed us all around the pitch man-marking.
“They also went 2-0 up so full credit to our team. It shows no matter what team we play against we’re always in it to win it and we never give up.”
Sunderland away in the Premier League is our next game, tomorrow night under the lights.
The light at the end of the tunnel for David Moyes is very likely to be attached to the front of an oncoming train.
The Black Cats are roadkill. They’ve won just 4 games, drawn 3 and lost a cringeworthy 15 times, cementing themselves to the foot of the table.
Unfortunately for the downwardly mobile Scot, Spurs are unlikely to field a team with 9 changes as per the Wycombe hame.
I haven’t looked at the betting yet but that wouldn’t stop me suggesting you sell furniture to back a Tottenham win here.