Tottenham most certainly proved some of their doubter’s wrong in their Round of 16 second-led tie against Borussia Dortmund. Tottenham came to Dortmund with a three nil lead and one foot in the next round of the Champions League. But with Dortmund not having yet lost a game at home before this tie and Tottenham only picking up one point from their last three games, this was always going to be tough for Tottenham.

Dortmund needed at least three goals to have a chance of going through so came out all guns blazing in the first half. Their intensity and movement kept Spurs on their toes for the first 45 but Tottenham’s back line were on top form. Spurs were happy to sit back and wait for there opportunity. Especially with Harry Kane back in the team, Spurs knew that they would have to be clinical and take the very few chances that they’d get away to Dortmund.