Spurs Defender Juan Foyth Sent Off Two Minutes After Coming On

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Vertonghen's injury caused Pochettino to alter Tottenham's shape which benefitted them

The game finished 1-0 to Bournemouth thanks to a late goal from Nathan Ake, but the Maynooth man was instrumental in Bournemouth earning all three points. Then Foyth, an Argentine defender on as a half-time substitute, barely lasted two minutes after being sent off for a studs-first lunge at Jack Simpson.

If Unai Emery's side miss out on the top four, they'll need to try and win the Europa League.

In the PL they are four points ahead of fifth-place Arsenal, with the Gunners having a game in hand. We made the effort.

First up, our Champions League semi-final, second leg against Ajax in Amsterdam where we trail 1-0 from the first leg.

"We are fighting six teams".

Pochettino said: 'That is cruel after fighting for all the second half with nine players.

"We respect the decision of the referee [for Son's sending off] and we move on".

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And minutes later he nearly gave away a penalty when he kicked Callum Wilson in the back of the leg but again Pawson said no.

Spurs slipped to a third consecutive defeat in all competitions after two red cards at Bournemouth. After giving away a foul, the winger was getting up to his feet when he appeared to be struck on the back by the retreating Lerma.

And he let frustration get the better of him towards the end of the opening 45 minutes.

Mauricio Pochettino's men came into the match knowing three points would confirm their place in next season's Champions League - and Lucas Moura came close to opening the scoring early on when his long-range effort nearly caught rookie goalkeeper Mark Travers out of position, only to drift narrowly wide.

Whatever happens today when Chelsea play Watford and Arsenal host Brighton, Tottenham will secure a top-four finish if they beat Everton. And we conceded in the last minutes.

Barcelona head coach Ernesto Valverde warned his side to learn from their experience in losing to Roma but does not expect a repeat when his side face Liverpool in the Champions League semi-finals.

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