Mauricio Pochettino scores past Michel Vorm

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Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino was quite the player during his heyday - he starred for the likes of Newell's Old Boys, Espanyol and Paris Saint-Germain while racking up 20 caps for Argentina - and it's safe to say that he hasn't lost his ability just yet. 

The 43-year-old may not have scored too many goals during his career but it appears that he's actually making up for lost time at Tottenham.

Indeed, while working with Spurs' goalkeepers on the training ground - most notably Michel Vorm - Pochettino showed he's quite the dead ball specialist. 


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As you can see in the video below, the revered coach hit a thunderous free-kick past his No.2 goalkeeper.

Vorm clearly wasn't too happy but Pochettino certainly celebrated the strike, clenching his fists in the process. 

Free-kick glory 

With thanks to 101 GreatGoals for bringing the video to our attention. 

Tottenham title charge

Pochettino really could make history in north London this season. After this past weekend's results, Spurs are well and truly involved in this year's title race and appear to be growing in confidence. 

Spurs have a number of extremely talented players in their squad - Harry Kane and Dele Alli are two of England's finest youngsters - so they could yet change the dynamic of the title race. It would be foolish to completely disregard Pochettino and his exciting young team at this stage. 

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