Date: 6th November 2018 at 10:20pm
Written by:
Tottenham Hotspur
2 – 1
PSV Eindhoven

Wembley Stadium

Champions League Group B

6/11/2018 8:00 pm

Attendance: 46588

Referee: Kruzliak

Tottenham Hotspur PSV Eindhoven
Kane (78), Sainsbury (og 89) de Jong (2)
Gazzaniga Zoet
75 Dumfries
Sanchez Schwaab
Alderweireld Viergever
Davies Angelino
Winks Rosario
Eriksen Hendrix
Lucas Moura 62 Lozano
Alli Pereiro 73
Son Heung-Min
75 Bergwijn 86
Kane de Jong 81


Trippier 75 Behich
Lamela 62 Room
Vorm Malen 73
Walker-Peters Sainsbury 81
Sissoko Ramselaar
Llorente 75 Gutierrez 86
Skipp Ferreira dos Santos

Game Statistics

30 Goal attempts 8
9 On Target 4
16 Corners 6
14 Fouls 16
2 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
75 % 25

Earlier this evening Tottenham Hotspur welcomed PSV Eindhoven to Wembley for our Champions League Group B clash.

One of the biggest questions ahead of the game was whether England man Dele Alli would make the tie, and he did return to the starting lineup having missed out on the Wolverhampton Wanderers victory at the weekend.

Mousa Dembele did ultimately miss out though with injury.

A proverbial ‘must win’ to keep slim Champions League hopes alive, it couldn’t have started much worse as the visitors took a quick second minute lead and it was one they held until the 78th minute when Harry Kane got on the scoresheet again to bring us level.

A late 89th minute own goal for Trent Sainsbury gave us the win and all three points and I imagine reaction will be mixed.

We’ve lost points in the Champions League so far owing to late errors, we gained this time around. My outlook is we’ve been unlucky previously but we only had ourselves to blame. 30 attempts at goal (nine on target) tell me we were worth the victory, as does 75% possession.

That’s a late win I can toast as justified.