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Mauricio Pochettino praises players' maturity after win at Crystal Palace


Tottenham Hotspur head coach Mauricio Pochettino was delighted after his side's hard-fought win at Crystal Palace.

Spurs took all three points to break into the Top Four, taking full advantage of Manchester United's defeat at home against Southampton.

And the 43-year-old was also full of praise for Dele Alli who scored one of the most impressive goals of the season.

"After the first half I was a bit disappointed but we sorted out some problems and with the maturity we showed in the second half we fully deserved the win," Pochettino is quoted as saying by BBC Sport.

"After 95 minutes the result was fair. It was a fantastic performance.

"We have the youngest squad in the Premier League, but the way the players showed their maturity it looked like the oldest.

"Dele Alli's goal was a fantastic goal and it showed his quality. It is a goal that will be seen around the world on television - it was unbelievable.

"We knew he was a player of unbelievable potential, but today he showed unbelievable maturity and quality."

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