A look at Mauricio Pochettino appearing less than enthralled as Tottenham drew with Fiorentina.
Tottenham Hotspur's Argentine boss looked less than enthralled as his side drew 1-1 at home to Fiorentina.
With both goals coming in the first half, a tepid second 45 minutes played out with neither side going for the kill. Fiorentina were happy with their away goal, while Spurs dared not risk losing a second ahead of the deciding leg.
His demeanour reflected the team he selected, leaving out top scorer Harry Kane and influential attacker Ryan Mason, with out of favour Roberto Soldado and Paulinho getting starts. Soldado repaid his favour by opening the scoring, with an assist from the Brazilian.
Spurs had seven shots on target and Fiorentina only two, with the Italian side effectively frustrating the home team.
It's fair to say White Hart Lane has seen more entertaining games this season, the stunning 5-3 win over Chelsea and 2-1 victory over rivals Arsenal immediately spring to mind.
Another London derby takes place at the weekend when Spurs host West Ham, and judging by the demeanour and actions of their head coach, this game was one which held less priority than the upcoming match with the Hammers.