Tottenham will be without the services of both Harry Kane and Dele Alli, who continue to be unavailable due to injury, against Dortmund on Wednesday.
Speaking of which, Leicester have got as good a chance as they'll ever have of beating Spurs because of the number of casualties that the homeless North Londoners are now dealing with. Leicester is a good club and we showed the project we are trying to put in place, and it's a good feeling to have this feedback from opponents in football.
"I can't understand why we are playing with such a massive disadvantage".
Nobody inside the camp wants to forget, too, how they beat Dortmund at home and away in last season's group stage, took four points from Real Madrid and ran Juventus close in the last 16.
Son has now become the fourth Spurs player to be booked for diving this season and, when Pochettino was asked whether his side are being unfairly targeted, he replied: "I don't understand why, if that's what you say".
They might have drawn their last two league games but prior to that, they'd won nine of their last 10 top-flight matches.
"That is why it was a shame we could not do better previous year because we felt we should have done better", he said.
Dortmund have selection problems of their own and they will be without Marco Reus (thigh), Paco Alcácer (shoulder), Julian Weigl (flu) and Lukasz Piszczek (foot).
What happens against Tottenham Hotspur tomorrow will go a long way in determining what the actual outcome will be vis-à-vis Leicester's season and Puel's future.
Another game, another goal and another assist from the ever-dangerous Denmark global as Spurs kept pace with the league leaders, despite Leicester having the better of the chances at Wembley.
He said: "We need the stadium to push, to help us. The way we conceded [chances] is more than we usually concede but I think the victory's fair".