Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says Pep Guardiola’s comments about his facet’s reliance on Harry Kane have been “very disrespectful” and “sad”.
The Manchester City manager described Spurs for the reason that “Harry Kane team” when discussing his facet’s title competition.
The striker has scored 11 targets in seven video video games for Spurs this season.
“[Guardiola] was part of the big success at Barcelona and I never said it was ‘the Lionel Messi team,’” Pochettino mentioned on Friday.
Guardiola described Chelsea and Manchester United as his facet’s competition to win the Premier League earlier this month, forward of together with: “We saw again the Harry Kane team scores every day two or three goals.”
Pochettino mentioned that Guardiola used to be as soon as “excited” after his facet’s victory over Chelsea, and joked that he struggled to “keep his position and be a gentleman”.
“It doesn’t affect me but in the reality it was very disrespectful for many people,” the Argentine persevered.
“Everyone deserves to be recognised. When many people took the words, it used to be as soon as very unsatisfied and for various avid players which might be proper right here it’s abnormal then again, in my case, I didn’t take it in a bad manner.
“It wasn’t disrespectful to myself. For numerous folks it was once pointless. But we want to transfer on.”
Tottenham host second-bottom Bournemouth at Wembley on Saturday.