"Of course I'm sad about Harry's injury but we have to find a solution".
"We have to be positive".
The England worldwide rolled on his right ankle after a tackle from Jake Cooper five minutes into the game.
The bit about it looking "similar to Sunderland" is the most alarming thing about Pochettino's statement, but that's because after his ankle injury against Sunderland Kane missed eight weeks.
"This could be a turning point for Vincent and Son can play like a striker".
Christian Eriksen, Dele Alli and Vincent Janssen were also on target as Spurs advanced to the Cup semi-finals.
Millwall manager Neil Harris, whose club brought some 3,600 fans, said: "I didn't hear anything".
Making a perfectly-timed run onto Kieran Trippier's pass, Son got in behind the Millwall defence in the 54th minute and volleyed a fine finish past King.
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"We know he's had some hard months although, of course, he's scored some penalties, but to [see him] score in open play today was a good feeling".
Millwall fans were heard chanting "DVD" and "You're selling three for a fiver" at Son during the first half, thought to be in reference to the racist stereotype of traders selling bootleg copies of films. I'm sure it will be investigated - we just want everyone to enjoy the game. "It's wrong in society and it's wrong in football".
Lord Ouseley, chairman of anti-racism group Kick It Out and a Millwall fan, told the Associated Press news agency: "If complaints are made they will have to be looked at to see if they have any validity to see if it stirs up racial hatred".
The English Football Association plans to investigate the incident, and gather observations and evidence from the clubs and police.
On an afternoon of tension in North London, there were clashes between fans and police before and after the game.
The semifinal will see the 1991 FA Cup winners visit their second home at Wembley.
They will be joined in the highest-quality of last four draws by Arsenal and Manchester City, who won their quarter-finals on Saturday, and Chelsea or Manchester United, who meet in the remaining sixth round tie at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday (AEDT).