Sissoko could be in hot water with Poch after posting footage of dressing room celebrations

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Tottenham played out an absolute thriller against Manchester City at the Etihad, to progress to the semifinals on away goals.

The game was played at a ferocious pace and swung back and forth throughout the ninety minutes. The hosts thought they had won the game late on after a Raheem Sterling scored in stoppage time to break Spurs hearts but VAR ruled Sergio Aguero to have been in an offside position.

The Spurs players and fans broke into wild celebrations after the game which continued later on in the dressing room. A video of the Tottenham players and coaching staff going absolutely crazy inside the away dressing room was added to midfielder’s Moussa Sissoko’s Instagram story and has since then gone viral across all social media platforms.

Check out the video below:

However, it appears that Pochettino is unaware that the video has been uploaded for all the world to see. The Argentine said during the pre-match conference ahead of his side’s Premier League game against Manchester City, that he hoped that the video wasn’t released on social media.

Speaking to Football.London, the 46-year-old said, “I hope that no one put a video on social media! Because I saw a video that someone recorded celebrating in the dressing room. I hope this is not on social media. I hope that this is private.

“We were very happy, we celebrated. It was normal. It was a fantastic moment and we were all together, massive happiness sharing altogether.

“It was a big achievement. We realised there in the dressing room that it was a fantastic achievement for us, for the club. And we were so happy.”

It looks like the Spurs manager might not be too pleased with Sissoko when he finds out that the midfielder almost instantly added the video to his Instagram story.

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