Mauricio Pochettino reveals his delight at Foyth’s match-winner

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ROB DRAPER AT SELHURST PARK: If this marked the official start of the long, hard slog of the cold, dark months which often defines campaigns, then Tottenham will draw a degree of hope from a dog of a game at Selhurst Park.  Rain lashed down, swirling wind abounded and darkness enveloped south London. It was the kind of night when you suspected the Barcelona of Messi, Xavi and Iniesta might have struggled to pass the ball crisply. As such, it was perhaps expecting a little much of Tottenham and Crystal Palace to do so. And yet Tottenham won and they are joint second on points in the Premier League. They would surely have taken that off the back of a draining World Cup, a summer of transfer inactivity and a morale-sapping aborted move into a prospective new stadium? 

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