Spurs hope to play Champions League quarter-final at new ground

Ruben Holloway
March 8, 2019

Tottenham fans are on edge after Harry Winks was forced off in their 1-0 second-leg win over Borussia Dortmund.

They took a 3-0 lead to Dortmund from the first leg in London and survived a barrage in the opening half hour which was a tribute to their resilience and maturity in defence.

Harry Kane's unerring finish completed Tottenham's safe passage to their second-ever UEFA Champions League quarter-final.

"Hugo was great. We conceded more chances than we expected, but this type of game, when you beat them 3-0 in the first leg, is very hard - they have nothing to lose". "One hundred clean sheets is a massive achievement".

The England striker became Spurs' all-time leading scorer in Europe with 24 goals.

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So what is the latest on the new home for Mauricio Pochettino's team?

"We're trying. The last game against Arsenal as well we worked hard, we dug in, concede and tried to get a good result".

The video assistant referee confirmed Kane was onside and his goal on 49 minutes subdued the crowd at Signal Iduna Park who had hoped for a miracle.

"We knew it would be really hard because of the loss in the first leg. Tottenham waited for their chance and with Harry Kane up front you can do that", he said.

They had nothing to lose and were taking a lot of risks.

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Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino's joy at seeing his side reach the Champions League quarter-finals looks set to be tempered by a likely touchline ban from the Football Association.

"Of course he will be missed but it's up to us to step up and deliver the performance he wants".

"When you have the possibility to reach the quarter-finals, but everyone thinks the job is done, it's so risky". They were absolutely dominant in the first half of both legs and couldn't convert once in a combined 90 minutes of great football.

On top of Lloris's heroics, they needed brilliant last-ditch challenges from Jan Vertonghen and Ben Davies to see out the hosts' expected fast start, but the resounding nature of this victory against the Bundesliga leaders is a sign of Spurs' growing maturity on the European stage.

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