Tottenham kept their hopes of qualifying for the Champions League knockout stages alive after a dramatic comeback win over PSV Eindhoven at Wembley on Tuesday.
The Lilywhites came into the game looking for their first win of the competition, but suffered a nightmare start, with¬† Luuk de Jong heading the visitors into the lead from a corner after just 61 seconds.
What followed was a period of frustration for the hosts, who pushed for an equaliser but were thwrted time and again by PSV ‘keeper Jeroen Zoet.
At the other end,¬†Paulo Gazzaniga, in for the suspended Hugo Lloris, also played his part in making a number of vital stops as the Dutch looked to increase their lead.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side looked to be heading out of the competition when , on 78 minutes, Harry Kane finally got his side back into the game, via a low effort.
With the Wembley crowd behind them, Spurs pushed for that all-important winner and, at the death, it came courtesy of Kane again, this time with a close-range header via an unfortunate double-deflection for PSV.
The game would end in a 2-1 win for Tottenham, a result which keeps them in the mix for a place in the Last 16.
The north Londoners find themselves third in Group B, three points behind Inter Milan, who they host at Wembley next.
A victory over Inter would set up a dramatic finale at the Nou Camp against Barcelona.
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