"Now we need to recover in our best way and prepare for the next game here against Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday night in the first leg of the last 16 and that's going to be a tough, tough game, but this is going to be a massive boost".
After the game, Pochettino was fuming with Oliver's decision - with the Argentine boss suggesting that he believes title rivals Liverpool have been the beneficiaries of some of the referee's more questionable decisions this term. Some days it's hard to deal with Wembley but, hopefully, in this big game we'll receive this help from the crowd.
Ultimately the damage had been done earlier in the contest, and once Son Heung-min had raced clear to wrap up the points for Spurs, Leicester fans were left to reflect on what could have been.
Sergio Aguero grabbed a hat-trick as Manchester City scored four times inside 25 minutes to thrash Chelsea 6-0 and leapfrog Liverpool again to top spot in the Premier League on goal difference on Sunday.
"I am a person that always accepts the mistake, but I think it was so odd the situation today".
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"I'm more relaxed because we won the game, three important points we got, but so disappointed with the situation because everyone wants to talk about different clubs or players".
Leicester, who missed good chances at a steady rate through the game, have now lost five of their last six games in all competitions as the pressure grows on Claude Puel. Whether it was a good thing, not a good thing, we don't know. Lloris then faced the ultimate test as Leicester were awarded a penalty when Jan Vertonghen was adjudged to have brought down Maddison.
His first kick of the match was brilliantly saved by Hugo Lloris, but Puel had no issue with Vardy taking it.
"We need to obviously improve the team performance and we need the stadium full and ready to push and to help us. Come on, we're one of the nicest teams on the pitch".
Despite that support, Foyth had an underwhelming debut against Wolves last November when he gave away two penalties as Spurs just about clinched a 3-2 win at Molineux, but the youngster says the manager helped him overcome that shaky start.