Janssen opened his account from the penalty spot at White Hart Lane after
Christian Eriksen's double had earlier put Spurs in control.
Josh Onomah added a fourth with his first senior goal and Erik Lamela
completed the rout as Pochettino's side booked an EFL Cup fourth round clash
Harry Kane's ankle injury means Janssen is set for an extended run in the
first team and the 22-year-old showed courage to take the second-half spot-kick,
before sliding it into the corner.
"Now that Harry Kane's injured he is our main striker and it's important for
his confidence for the next few games," Pochettino said.
"Always I allow them to take the ball and whoever feels more confidence to
shoot, but I remember in the national team against England he took the ball and
took the penalty.
"I think that it was important for him, to feel the love from the
vapor "For a striker, always the difficult thing is to create
chances but he has a lot of chances to score today. He was unlucky.
mercurial "The important thing is that he got into the box and he
created a lot of chances and for the future it's important that he feels
confidence and for the team it will help a lot for us."
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Carter-Vickers, Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, Anton Walkes and Marcus Edwards – their
debuts, while midfielder Harry Winks was also making his first start for the
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the others are all products of Spurs' academy and none were over-awed by the
"They play very well, they play with a lot of confidence," Pochettino
"I am very happy because if you see the confidence of Carter-Vickers, Harry
Winks, Anton Walkes, they were fantastic.
"They come through the academy but they have the quality to impress us and
play for the first team.
obra "It's important for Tottenham and it was fantastic to give the
opportunity to play and fantastic experience for them."
Gillingham kept their opponents at bay for 31 minutes but the League One side
were outclassed and the pressure told in the second half.
It made for an unhappy night for Gills boss Justin Edinburgh, who spent 10
years at Tottenham between 1990 and 2000 and was left disappointed by his
"I had a fantastic time here and I am disappointed because it was not the
score I visualised, but the gulf in class came through in the end," Edinburgh
"We thought at 1-0 we might have a chance of staying in it but they put on
the burners, got to 3-0 and it was damage limitation from then on."