No Kane, but Spurs have netted seven goals spread among five different scorers, with an FA Cup semi-final place secured and those who questioned how they might respond to the crushing disappointment of the Champions League exit answered in ruthlessly decisive manner. "I feel so sorry for the people trying to use that system".
He added: "That is a very good thing, but I don't think it will be an advantage to play there".
And Pochettino was pleased with this side's display but he didn't want to talk about another VAR incident. I said before to achieve something we must be at our best and they must be not so good.
Mauricio Pochettino's side registered 24 attempts on goal compared with Swansea's three, enjoyed 75% of possession and had the game wrapped up with the best part of half an hour remaining when Eriksen scored his second.
"I am not disappointed", said manager Carlos Carvalhal, who had always insisted Swansea's battle to stay in the Premier League was their priority.
Dele Alli, Mousa Dembele and Hugo Lloris were all left on the bench, but there was no way back for Swansea in their first FA Cup quarterfinal in 54 years after Eriksen's 11th-minute opener.
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Eriksen almost doubled Spurs' lead with another spectacular effort on 37 minutes but goalkeeper Kristoffer Nordfeldt produced a superb save to push the effort onto the crossbar.
Once again, Swansea were chasing shadows and when Sissoko played in Lamela the Argentinian skipped past Tom Carroll and calmly passed the ball into the corner of the goal before Nordfeldt had time to move.
Swansea started the second half in encouraging fashion and tested Vorm twice in quick succession - the Dutchman pushing away Martin Olsson's rasping drive and parrying Tammy Abraham's header on the rebound.
"With the Premier League or La Liga, the Bundesliga or Serie A, you need to deserve to win this type of title".
Arsenal fans might have to admit that is the case following their FA Cup triumphs but Pochettino had another club in mind.