Jurgen Klopp's men maintain the advantage of a game in hand, but handed a reprieve by Liverpool's draws against Leicester and West Ham in recent weeks, City look determined to become the first side in a decade to retain the Premier League.
Pochettino felt that Son deserved a penalty and found it "unbelievable" that he was booked for diving instead.
Puel has reportedly lost the support of several influential players, including England striker Vardy, who was left on the bench for the first 60 minutes before coming on to miss a penalty with his first touch.
"We need the stadium to push, to help us - in some days it's hard to deal with Wembley but hopefully, in this big game we'll receive this help from the crowd".
Tottenham beat Leicester in unconvincing but satisfactory fashion on Sunday evening, with proceedings only wrapped up by a late Heung-Min Son goal to make it 3-1.
Speaking to ESPN, Foyth said: "More than anything I decided on Tottenham because there was an Argentinian manager and support team - or they can [at least] speak Spanish - and because it was a club that supported young players a lot".
With Leicester 1-0 down, James Maddison earned the visitors a penalty at Wembley after he was fouled by Jan Vertonghen.
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"I am a person that always accepts the mistake, but I think it was so unusual the situation today".
"I said to Jamie Vardy he can take the penalty". We need to improve the team performance compared to yesterday and we need the stadium to help us.
"I am more relaxed now because we won the game, three important points we got, but so disappointed with the situation because everyone wants to talk about different clubs or players, but do you think we are a team that is trying to cheat the referee?"
"It's fantastic. Sometimes winning games when you're not at your best".
As it turned out, Leicester dominated much of the match, creating chances at will, but they could not convert the good openings they made, which is where the controversial decision by Puel came back to haunt them. "Come on. We are the most innocent people on the pitch".