They looked all business, despite having a healthy 3-0 cushion which they acquired in an impressive first leg at Wembley in February. We play Sunday and then played the first leg on Wednesday, now we play Saturday when Dortmund play Friday.
"I don't know whether to blame the FA or to blame the Premier League or to blame Tottenham because we changed the day because we've still not delivered our new stadium or the TV because they wanted us to play live on Saturday".
"It's not fair to play with a massive disadvantage".
Former Tottenham Hotspur boss Harry Redknapp believes Mauricio Pochettino's side were better two years ago than they are now.
"We played Saturday and the only way we can prepare is talking and not talking too much because the players need to rest, need to recover after a very tough game", Pochettino told his pre-match press conference.
After scoring a priceless away goal in Milan, leaving the tie poised at 4-1, the Spanish side won 4-0 at home which put them into the semi-final, where they would ultimately lose to Porto. In Europe the FAs are more sensitive.
"I want us to have the same amount preparation time as our opponents".
"The thing for us now is, kind of like this [last] week, when the pressure's on and we need to step up, we need to find a way to get it done".
But Dortmund will have no hope against Tottenham if it doesn't stop red-hot forward Son Heung-min, who cemented himself as a Dortmund killer February 13 by scoring in his team's 3-0 first-leg win.
Eric Dier has travelled after a recent bout of tonsillitis but Pochettino said he was not ready to start.
"It's a great opportunity to go to the next round, but we need a good performance - it's going to hard", said Pochettino. "It's so important to be aggressive, to start the game in a very good level, with a high tempo".
They will try to become the first UCL team to qualify after losing the first leg on the road by a 3-0 scoreline.
"We need to play like always we play, trying to win, that is important", he said.
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