After Aaron Ramsey had given Arsenal a 16th-minute lead against their North London rivals, Tottenham equalised through a 74th-minute penalty from Harry Kane when the England forward was fouled in the area by Shkodran Mustafi.
"The thing for us now, kind of like this week, when the pressure is on and we need to step up, we need to find a way to get it done", the England captain, who scored a penalty to secure a 1-1 draw in the derby with Arsenal, told United Kingdom media. "We have a very hard game on Tuesday against Borussia Dortmund and arriving in a better condition than we arrived today is going to be key", Pochettino added.
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Emery has now told Lacazette that he and Aubameyang must accept his decisions. As for Taylor's decision-making, Pochettion said: "If you ask me about offside you need to ask about the moment after 12 minutes, (Granit) Xhaka on Kane, which wasn't a foul".
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"I don't think it's far away, but I think what the gaffer was saying was with the teams nowadays, it's not a guarantee that if you improve you are still going to win things", Kane said.
"He doesn't see that [Harry] Kane challenges for the ball, and because he doesn't see that, he doesn't flag offside". VAR is coming to help them to be fair for this decision. We win together, we lose together, we are one team, and we have to go on like this in the next games.
"We are fine in our way, today being competitive and adapting our performance", said Emery. "We are happy with the coach and we have improved a lot, and we work a lot".
Murphy, who made his name with Liverpool but also played 29 times for Tottenham, believes the intervention should give the Lilywhites plenty of confidence.
"Some situations are hard for referees to handle, to manage, we can't think that it will be the key for football to be fair", he said.