On Son, he said: “Son played 90 minutes against West Brom, and 120 against Everton, 90 against City, and today I just asked him to do his job, and his job was to help us a little bit to get through this match.
“So I believe 3-0, scoring his goal, which for him is a special goal, he is a very sensitive special kid, emotional kid, so he is the last winner of the Puskas Award, and to come here to the Puskas Arena, and score a goal for him has a really special feeling.
“Job done. Goodbye.
“Let Vinicius play. Vinicius is a very hard-working guy, always ready to help the team when we need, so it was always fair for Vinicius to have 45 minutes and to score his goal.”
On Bale and Alli, he added: “The televisions, they made me the same question before the game, and after the game, and before the game and after my answer was the same: the objective here is to win, and I am looking to the team performance and not to individuals.