Tottenham planning to play Champions League quarterfinal tie in new home

The Tottenham Coach isn't happy with the Premier League Management

The Tottenham Coach isn't happy with the Premier League Management

Spurs came under siege soon after, but they remained unscathed as Lloris produced fine saves to deny Weigl, Gotze and Jadon Sancho all within a few minutes.

Just under one hour to game time in Dortmund! .

"If we are not going to receive help from our football people in our country, only I can laugh".

However, Matthaus conceded that the result of the first leg and Dortmund's recent form in the league does not suggest that they are going to pull off a shock against Tottenham.

The victory means Tottenham are through to the last eight of Europe's top-tier competition for the first time since 2011 and Eriksen views it as a "good first step", after eventual finalists Juventus knocked them out in the last 16 previous year.

DF Serge Aurier, 7 - Most of Dortmund's most risky attacks came down his side in the first half, but he played his part in the clean sheet and put in a good late cross towards Erik Lamela.

"I expect to play at the new stadium", he said.

"I don't know whether to blame the FA or to blame the Premier League or to blame Tottenham because we changed the day because we still did not deliver our new stadium, or the TV because they wanted us to play on Saturday", he said.

The coach had to leave a key member of the squad back in London
The coach had to leave a key member of the squad back in London

Spurs do however travel to Germany with a commanding 3-0 lead from the first leg, and are heavy favourites to progress to the quarter-finals.

Despite being on the back foot for the vast majority of the first half, Tottenham netted a crucial away goal three minutes after the restart, with Kane latching onto Moussa Sissoko's pass, before curling his finish beyond Roman Burki - and becoming the club's all-time leading goalscorer in Europe in the process and ensuring a safe passage into the quarter finals.

While Harry Kane scored the game's only goal, Hugo Lloris was pivotal to Spurs' win against Dortmund due to his first-half display. It was a blow to them and a big boost to us.

"We know Dortmund are a good team, they deserve to be there and they are going to start aggressive and try to push us deeper - we need to be just as aggressive".

"Our mentality is a Champions League mentality".

"It's not over, the way Spurs are going through things at the moment", Nicholas told Sky Sports. We need to feel proud. "Winning 3-0 at Wembley is not important tomorrow".

Winks missed the north London derby with a hip injury while Dier has been laid low for a number of weeks with tonsillitis.

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