Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane fired Liverpool into second place in the Premier League with a 2-0 victory against Newcastle, while Tottenham cemented their top four berth as Son Heung-Min inspired a 2-0 win over Huddersfield on Saturday (March 3).
"I am so pleased", Pochettino said when asked about their home form.
Spurs made light work of Huddersfield at Wembley, ahead of a massive second leg against Juventus on Wednesday.
Latching on to a through ball from Dele Alli, he glided past Lossl before rolling a shot in off the post as Christopher Schindler raced back on to the line.More news: Rose Dream Big At $10m WGC-Mexico Championship
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Son Heung-min scored both goals against Huddersfield to help Tottenham move a point behind third-placed Manchester United.
If Huddersfield's misery had been increased by the first-half injuries suffered by Quaner and Pritchard, the latter against his former team, another picked up by referee Mike Jones during the warm-up had earlier led to fourth official Kevin Friend instead taking charge.
Son has felt those home comforts more than most as 13 of his 15 goals this season have come at Wembley.
Pochettino has also tinkered with his defence despite keeping a clean sheet against the Eagles, with Jan Vertonghen coming back into the side, as Eric Dier moves further forward to occupy the role of Victor Wanyama, who drops to the bench.
Hugo Lloris saved well from Tom Ince on the break but Huddersfield's hopes of a point were extinguished 54 minutes in, as Son headed Kane's bouncing cross from the right beyond the static Lossl and into the net.