Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has revealed the two worst moments of his career.
He talked about his career in a chat with the Daily Mirror.
According to him, one of the worst moments of his career till date was when he conceded a penalty in the colors of Argentina for a foul on Michael Owen at the 2002 FIFA World Cup tournament in South Korea and Japan.
The penalty incident led to the exit of Argentina from the tournament.
Pochettino went on to say that last season’s Champions League final was also one of the worst moments of his career.
He led Tottenham Hotspur to the finals in Madrid before they were beaten 2-0 by Premier League rivals, Liverpool.
Mohamed Salah (penalty) and substitute Divock Origi got the goals for Liverpool who ended their seven-year trophy drought as a result of the win over Tottenham Hotspur.
Mauricio Pochettino and Tottenham Hotspur have started the new season on a disappointing note after the return of eight points from the first six games.
The Argentine tactician has been linked with the managerial jobs at big European clubs like Manchester United and Real Madrid.
His Tottenham Hotspur side also started the Champions League campaign with a draw at Greek side Olympiacos.