The Argentine manager talked up about their Champions league quarter final first leg clash against their domestic rivals Manchester City.
The Tottenham head honcho is ready for the biggest match in his managerial career in the Champions league quarter final against Manchester City.
Tottenham will host the first leg in their stadium against quadruple chasing Manchester City at tonight.
This season Pep Guardiola’s side has already added the EFL cup to their names and they are now in their quest to bring the Champions league, the premier league and the F.A cup to this season’s haul.
The Argentine manager who won two Copa Del Rey in his playing career with Espanyol talked about this high voltage match against Manchester City.
When asked if this game against Manchester City is the biggest game of his life, he replied: “Yes – as a coach, yes,”.
He added: “For us it’s a bonus to be here, to have the possibility to play in the quarter-finals with all the circumstances, and the objective is to be in the semi-final.”
“City is a very, very good team and it’s going to be tough, the games against him… sorry, them,”
“We need to start being tough and aggressive, put a high tempo on the game and hope the atmosphere will be tough for our opponents.”
In their domestic league Tottenham is currently placed at the fourth placed just after the Blues, though they have one extra game in their hands.