Following the win over Dortmund, Sky Sports News reporter Jamie Weir asked whether Pochettino thought Spurs would play their home Champions League quarter-final in their new stadium, but the Argentine manager seemed to misunderstand the question.
Dele Alli is back in training but is not thought to have travelled with the squad as Spurs hold a 3-0 lead from the first leg.
It is fair to say Lloris has attracted criticism at times this season for costly errors, but he was at the top of his game on Tuesday, particularly in the first half when he thwarted Gotze, Sancho, Weigl and Alcacer.
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"I don't know whether to blame the FA or the Premier League or Tottenham - because we changed the day because we still don't deliver our new stadium - or the TV, because they wanted us to play live on Saturday". They cancelled their game at the weekend to help or provide Rennes to play against Arsenal.
"The mentality was good and I'm so happy for the players and the fans". It's impossible in this type of game, last 16, how important the game is, that one team had 24 hours more than the other to prepare.
"We need to change it in the future to help English clubs be stronger in the competition".
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"Because we have warriors and players who are heroes in the way they fight, only we are here because of that", he said.
Only an epic collapse will prevent Tottenham Hotspur from reaching the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals.
"We need to play like we always play, trying to win the game".
"It's going to be tough". They are going to start the game aggressively and try to push us to defend...
"That is why Dortmund will need an absolute dream evening to go any further in the Champions League". He looks back to his best after suffering an injury in the 1-0 defeat against Manchester United at Wembley Stadium.
Pochettino said in November a year ago that he hoped a February move-in date was possible, and although that proved to be an impossibility, the Spurs boss appears to have confirmed reports that the switch is imminent.