"I think patience was very important", said Son.
"We'll get the footballs out next week and see how it reacts".
Heung-min Son levelled in the 80th minute with a powerful finish which resulted in Pochettino looking to the heavens with a sigh of relief.
Spurs have Premier League wins over Watford, Fulham, and Newcastle in Kane's absence, plus an FA Cup defeat to Crystal Palace and a penalty defeat to Chelsea in the semifinals of the League Cup. Training with the Under-23's is as soul destroying for the misfiring striker as the tantalising prospect of him being one injury to a fellow Spurs player away from being recalled to the first team.
"In case we win the league, it's not because we were prepared, its because sometimes things happen".
Uzbekistan ready to host Afghan peace talks
Karzai and other Afghan leaders were confident that the Moscow siting will pave the way for start of an intra-Afghan dialogue. Mr Stanikzai said the Taliban had decided in Moscow to meet Afghan political figures who had "manpower" on the ground.
Fernando Alonso, meanwhile, is recognised as one of the most talented drivers in the history of F1, but in recent seasons he has been lingering in midtable or lower in the driver rankings, with McLaren unable to provide a competitive vehicle.
"You have to work a lot and be ready and believe in that moment".
Son had an earlier-than-expected return from the Asian Cup after South Korea was beaten by eventual champion Qatar in the quarterfinals.
Alan Shearer's word is rightly respected by most fans of Newcastle United, and it's fair to say that no Geordie would be able to disagree with the Englishman's latest Team of the Week suggestion.
Adam Hurrey will be along shortly to talk you through the game. A perfectly executed set piece that resulted in Michail Antonio's equalizer was almost followed minutes later by another one, only for Declan Rice to direct his clear header wide of the upper 90. "I must follow, if I don't follow then I can't sleep!"
Finally, in what can be described as a most curious group selfie, ex-Manchester United boss David Moyes, along Belgium manager Roberto Martinez and England's Gareth Southgate, showed their excitement prior the game.