Foyth grabs winner as Spurs take all three points at Crystal Palace

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I think it will be an fantastic place to enjoy football for our fans, and players. "Harry Kane is English and sometimes you push [players] to the sky and paradise and then you put them on the outside".

Tottenham have been far from their sparkling best so far this season, but it's worth nothing they are fourth in the Premier League and still fighting to qualify out of their hard Champions League group.

Tottenham claimed a fourth successive win thanks to Juan Foyth's second-half header in a 1-0 defeat of Crystal Palace.

The win keeps Tottenham two points behind leader Manchester City, although the three sides above Spurs all have a game in hand.

"I am happy with him".

"It says a lot about his character after conceding those two penalties at Wolves". It can happen when you are a centre-back, and I was a centre-back, you are involved in this type of situation.

Pochettino added: "Today he showed great personality and he played so well, like one week ago".

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Mauricio Pochettino believes his "assassin" Harry Kane would be revered and face less criticism from native football supporters and media if he was an Italian player at an Italian club.

It was not all good news for Tottenham, however, as England global Kieran Trippier, who on Thursday was named in Gareth Southgate's squad for the friendly against the United States and the Nations League game versus Croatia, limped out of the game after only 22 minutes.

Hodgson knows that a lack of goals, and an over-reliance on star man Wilfried Zaha, has all too often cost his side this term, with a tally of eight eight goals scored - Zaha responsible for three of those - the fifth-worst record in the division.

Yet, it was ultimately Palace's own inability to defend a simple corner that saw them lose for the sixth time in their last seven games.

Crystal Palace missed a glorious chance to snatch a draw after Hugo Lloris saved Alexander Sorloth's shot in stoppage time, but they remain in 16th as their wait for a first home Premier League win of the season was extended.

"The most important thing is when your players start to feel pressure from their team-mates pushing you to move and be conscious and responsible to increase your level".

Palace manager Roy Hodgson reacted by introducing Jeffrey Schlupp for Max Meyer in the pursuit of greater width, and the winger almost rewarded him when crossing to Ayew on the counter before watching goalkeeper Hugo Lloris collect.