Spurs, who have played home games at Wembley all season because of construction and safety delays, beat Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday to clinch their place in the last eight. I hope yes, and I wish we can play in our new stadium. You need to take more responsibility and care about that. 'Maybe the team of a couple of years ago would concede and then it's much more hard so we are making steps forward.
Madrid, who were missing inspirational captain Sergio Ramos through suspension and hit the woodwork twice in the first half, came out stronger after the interval but were dealt a fatal blow when Serbia worldwide Tadic crowned his sensational display by hammering into the top corner in the 62nd minute.
Kane is now Tottenham's all-time leading goalscorer in European competition, with 24 strikes, and Pochettino said: "I'm so happy".
Spurs had been forced to cling on to their 3-0 lead from the first leg with their fingernails. The French World cup winning captain is spending his 7th season with Spurs and continues to be one of the world's best in his position.
"I want to congratulate him and I want to congratulate Hugo because it was his 100th clean sheet for Tottenham, That is a massive achievement too". The Spurs skipper came up big just as his team were enduring sustained pressure in a BVB-dominated first period, making a succession of stunning stops to add to his already impressive collection: there was one low down to his right from Weigl, another high to his left to deny Götze and a third from Reus's deflected effort.
"And that's very important".
But this result was about the men at the back, the defenders and goalkeeper, Hugo Lloris, who simply refused to let Dortmund through. "I was talking yesterday with Daniel [Levy, the chairman] and he was very positive".
'That's his quality, ' said Alderweireld.
'If he takes those chances then we knew if we scored once they would have to score five so we knew it was over'. "There's a lot of things we can take from this type of game to make us a better team".