Newcastle got their first Premier League win of the season at the 11th attempt as Watford were made to pay for missed opportunities at St James' Park.
"Overall we had an awesome game and we stayed calm when they equalised at 1-1 and 2-2".
"The decision was to bring on Son [Heung-Min], but he played 90 minutes on Wednesday".
"I'm not disappointed with the mentality of the team but we can't give away the ball so cheaply".
Tottenham seemed to be heading for a comfortable victory after going 3-0 up in the 61st minute. "I don't believe too many players will be ready and fresh to play".
Sky pundit Neville said after Monday's 1-0 defeat to Manchester City Spurs had been "spineless and soft" for 30 years but, after taking them back into the Premier League's top four, Pochettino brushed off any problem.
"It's the first time we've had a sticky spell in quite a long time, but it's fuel for us". Since I arrived here we created a very good culture about fight and altogether the belief.
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"The Club has been fantastic to me, helped me to improve with a great manager, great group of players and I couldn't see myself improving as a player anywhere else".
"They have confidence in me, yes of course". I'm happy, very happy.
The Kiwi forward - who has struggled for starts this season - came off the bench in the 72nd minute, replacing Czech worldwide Matěj Vydra.
But, a win is a win, and the prized three points meant that Spurs leapt above their fierce North London rivals Arsenal up into 4th place, and to within three points of leaders Liverpool, who drew with Unai Emery's men earlier in the evening.
"I said before the game that maybe some players need more time to adapt to the league, but his commitment has always been 100 per cent".
A "crazy game", as Burnley boss Sean Dyche described it, began with James Tarkowski gifting the opening goal to Marko Arnautovic. "I think it's common sense".