Goals from Davinson Sanchez, Christian Eriksen and Son Heung-min helped Tottenham Hotspur overcome Leicester City 3-1 in an entertaining English Premier League (EPL) match at Wembley Stadium on Sunday.
Oliver did point to the spot when he awarded Leicester a penalty, which Jamie Vardy missed with his first kick after coming on as a substitute immediately before, though the striker did get on the scoresheet later on.
Of course, Pochettino wants his full-backs to give his midfield the width it lacks in games like this but when is high, the other should be concentrating more on his defensive duties.
Next up for Tottenham is Wednesday night's Champions League round of 16 showdown with Borussia Dortmund. Unbelievable, unbelievable, unbelievable. When you compare the situation with the penalty [given] against us, unbelievable.
Demarai Gray headed a great chance straight at Hugo Lloris as Leicester threatened again early in the second half, with Claude Puel turning to Vardy on the bench before the hour-mark, but the striker saw his penalty comfortably saved by Lloris after Jan Vertonghen was judged to have fouled Maddison.
"We had all the opportunities to win the game".
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Son has now become the fourth Spurs player to be booked for diving this season and, when Pochettino was asked whether his side are being unfairly targeted, he replied: "I don't understand why, if that's what you say".
Maddison took the ball and was going to take the spot-kick, only for Vardy to enter the fray and take the penalty with his first touch of the game.
The defeat means Puel's men have now picked up just a single point from their past five games, with the pressure on the Frenchman increasing as they stay in 12th place.
It proved a key moment as Eriksen doubled Tottenham's lead just three minutes later as he picked up Llorente's lay-off on the edge of the box and curled an inch-perfect effort into the corner past Schmeichel.
That was after a well-worked move allowed Ricardo Pereira to drill in a cross from the right.
Still angry about the decision after the match, Pochettino fumed: "It's unbelievable".