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Mauricio Pochettino: We need to improve because we suffered so much


Tottenham Hotspur head coach Mauricio Pochettino admits his side were undone by complacency as they twice allowed Leicester City back into the game.

Harry Kane's first Premier League hat-trick of his career was the highlight of the 4-3 win but the Argentine will be concerned by the three goals conceded by his side's defensive department.

"It was important to get the three points and to come back in a positive way after the defeat against Manchester United," Pochettino said.

"I'm happy with the win. We need to analyse the game and take the positives but we also need to improve because we suffered so much.

"At 2-0, we believed the game was finished but we conceded one goal and then it went to 2-2 in the second half.

"Then at 4-2 maybe the game was finished again, but we conceded another goal in the 90th minute and then suffered again for the last three minutes.

"It's about experience. I think we had some very good moments but we conceded three goals and that's too much at home, so we need to improve defensively."

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