"I think we deserved more against Liverpool, but we only took the draw and the performance of the team is good and we are doing a fantastic job and I'm so pleased".
Despite the impressive displays Lamela has shown since the start of the year, Spurs fans were still unhappy with Son being dropped from the starting line up.
"Tomorrow we'll have to play an excellent match for a tactical point of view, because otherwise if we just focus on the physical aspect we could suffer a lot".
'He's a complete player: scores goals, sets up his teammates - he's got the characteristics which make him one of the best in the world and Tottenham are lucky to have him because he's a rare commodity.
How can I watch the game on TV? He's 28, it was a massive injury and we can not put in risk his career. This will be a tough game for Spurs since they will be away from home but they need to ensure that it is a close game so that they are still in the fight when they will be at home in a few weeks time. When you can not play, it is hard to accept.
Juventus will be missing Argentinian playmaker Paulo Dybala is still out with a hamstring strain - a player described by Tottenham manager as the Juventus version of Lionel Messi. It was an all-round super display from the playmaker who looked like he belonged. The team always keeps the same principles.
Poch said: "We are going to be aggressive, we are going to be fearless and we are going to try to win but always with massive respect to the opponent". For me it's a game to enjoy.
"It feels that we are as strong as at White Hart Lane", Dier said.
Mauricio Pochetino has reiterated his stance that he is happy at Tottenham Hotspur despite continuous links to reigning European champions Real Madrid. I can understand. And we are frustrated too, because when you cannot play it is hard to accept. We shouldn't get depressed.
"We need to play well and try to score, which will be hard against a team that is so tough to score against".
It was also an exciting first half in Basel, with Manchester City scoring three goals before going on to win 4-0 to leave it with one foot in the quarterfinals.
We've checked, double-checked, run the figures dozens of times, and it turns out that it really is impossible to dislike Patrice Evra.