In what was the last day of the Premier League campaign, Pochettino's side ended it by recording a point and securing their top-four status.
After opening the scoring early on through Eric Dier, the away team the took the lead with former Arsenal man Theo Walcott one of the players on the scoresheet. Eriksen then netted a free-kick to level the scores.
Speaking to Soccer Special on Sky Sports News (12/05/2019), Thompson admitted that Eriksen wasn't having his best of games.
"Eriksen has had a bit of a shocker, by the way," Thompson told Soccer Saturday. "He's had a shocker but he's turned it around because he's scored straight from the free-kick. It's gone to the side of Pickford where he's guarding."
The result and performance of the Tottenham players will not concern the supporters that much because they have just come off the back of one of the greatest nights in their history.
After booking their place in the Champions League final in the most dramatic of fashions, all eyes and focus would have been on that final next month.
Liverpool are in the way of Mauricio Pochettino's side, who will be vying to lift their first Champions League trophy in their history next month in Madrid.
Playmaker Eriksen will be one of the player's Spurs supporters will be looking to in order to get them over that line because he can be one of the best midfielders in Europe on his day.
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