Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea had trouble remembering all of his saves in Sunday's 1-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley but who could blame him after stopping no fewer than eleven shots.
De Gea produced a big performance in the second half to keep Tottenham at bay after a staggering 11 saves to prevent Spurs from finding an equaliser.
The Red Devils showed moments of quality in the second half but Spurs tested out the full extent of their defence and David responded in fantastic fashion.
However senior FA insiders refused to be drawn into any sense of panic on Sunday, and sources close to Southgate, 48, said they could not see him walking out on the national team after reaching last year's World Cup semi-final, and given the prospect of a 2020 European Championship that could see England play most of their games at Wembley.
"It wasn't the intention of the United player but it was a bad tackle and now he has a bit of swelling on his ankle and he was limping after the game", Pochettino said in his post-match interview with Sky Sports.
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"It was awesome and I think David de Gea made 11 saves, which is unbelievable".
"I'm enjoying playing football", he began.
- Manchester United have kept back-to-back clean sheets in the Premier League - they'd only kept two in their first 20 league matches this season. When I play, attack is where I feel the most comfortable. It was really hard with the system and tactics we used to play, I want to be more attacking, pressing, playing high.
However, the revitalised United now find themselves just six points off fourth-placed Chelsea - and level on points with fifth-placed Arsenal - after five league wins in a row.
Despite the defeat and frustration around Kane's injury, Pochettino came away from the match impressed with his team, lauding their second-half display as their best 45 minutes since he became coach.