"Against a bigger side we couldn't have won that type of game. Unbelievable, unbelievable, unbelievable", Pochettino told reporters after the game.
The France global kept out Jamie Vardy's penalty, which was the striker's first touch of the game, and made a number of other important stops as Spurs won 3-1 at Wembley.
Leicester boss Claude Puel was left frustrated as his side failed to make the most of their opportunities, but he did not pin any blame on substitute Vardy, who missed the penalty with his first touch of the ball.
"At the time I was happy because when we played small-sized games I always said, "I'm Rio Ferdinand".
But Shearer believes Spurs can't be so complacent against bigger teams, and has hinted that Borussia Dortmund could hurt them in their Champions League clash on Wednesday if they continue the way they are.
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Speaking to ESPN, Foyth said: "More than anything I decided on Tottenham because there was an Argentinian manager and support team - or they can [at least] speak Spanish - and because it was a club that supported young players a lot".
But it came after a remarkable moment when former England striker Jamie Vardy came off the bench to take a penalty that would have put the visitors level at 1-1 - only to see his effort saved by Man-of-the-Match Hugo Lloris, the Mirror reported. Leicester deserved better but we won.
"It is so hard to understand why, when we had one week clear to play this game and to schedule it on a different day, and only I am explaining my feelings and how hard it is to prepare a game when you only have today and then you're going to need to play". Lloris then faced the ultimate test as Leicester were awarded a penalty when Jan Vertonghen was adjudged to have brought down Maddison.
'We need to improve the team performance. "Come on, we are the most innocent people on the pitch".
"It was the same referee, but now I don't know how he has measured the situation", Pochettino said, as quoted by the Mirror.