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Tottenham vs Borussia Dortmund: Champions League latest score, goals and updates from Wembley

TOTTENHAM 3-0 BORUSSIA DORTMUND | SON (46), VERTONGHEN (84), LLORENTE (86)

Tottenham XI: Lloris, Aurier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Foyth, Vertonghen, Winks, Sissoko, Eriksen, Lucas, Son

Borussia Dortmund XI: Burki, Hakimi, Zagadou, Diallo, Schmelzer, Witsel, Delaney, Dahoud, Sancho, Pulisic, Gotze

Hugo Lloris makes vital save from Dan-Axel ZagadouSon Heung-min opens the scoring with clinical finishJan Vertonghen grabs a second on the volleySubstitute Fernando Llorente heads thirdRelated articles Man Utd news LIVE: Anthony Martial aims sly dig at Jose Mourinho Chelsea news LIVE: Eden Hazard transfer twist, Real Madrid tracking...

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TOTTENHAM 3-0 BORUSSIA DORTMUND

FT: It’s Mauricio Pochettino’s night, It’s Tottenham’s night as the Premier League side take complete control of this last-16 tie.

Spurs were second-best in the opening 45 minutes but a total transformation in the second half blew Borussia Dortmund away. Phenomenal display.

92: Should we have seen this coming? Borussia Dortmund have now conceded nine goals in three games and were missing their best player with flu.

Still, loads of credit to Spurs though. Doing magnificent things without two of their best players.

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91: Final change for Spurs as Victor Wanyama replaces Moussa Sissoko.

90: Two minutes of added time.

Close! Raphael Guerreiro lines one up from distance and it’s a wicker away from the back of the net.

88: Incredible reception for Son Heung-min, who is replaced by Erik Lamela for the closing minutes. Those Borussia Dortmund fans have been cheering all night - they are silent now.

TOTTENHAM 3-0 BORUSSIA DORTMUND | LLORENTE

86: Spurs in dreamland!

Surely that seals it?! Tottenham have scored a THIRD against Borussia Dortmund at Wembley to take a vice-like grip on this last-16 tie.

Substitute Fernando Llorente comes off the bench to head home Christian Eriksen’s delighted in-swinging corner.

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85: Mauricio Pochettino makes his first change of the evening with Fernando Llorente replacing Lucas Moura for the final ten minutes.

TOTTENHAM 2-0 BORUSSIA DORTMUND | VERTONGHEN

83: What a goal! Jan Vertonghen has been sensational tonight and fully deserves his goal that could potentially see Spurs secure a place in the quarter finals.

Serge Aurier sends a pin-point cross over to Vertonghen, who lashes the ball past Roman Burki on the volley.

80: Oh, hello! Ajax have equalised through Hakim Ziyech. It’s now 1-1 over in Holland.

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79: Marcel Schmelzer on for Dan-Axel Zagadou.

78: Close! Christian Eriksen’s awkward corner bounces through the penalty area and drops kindly for Lucas Moura. He opens his body and leathers one that Thomas Delaney blocks.

The referee checks VAR for handball… nope. As you were.

75: Axel Witsel sprays the ball wide to Chelsea signing Christian Pulisic, who forgets to take the ball with him.

73:Karim Benzema has given Real Madrid the lead against Ajax. It’s 1-0 in tonight’s other Champions League clash. Remember, Ajax had a first-half goal disallowed by VAR.

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70: Borussia Dortmund have a rare foray forward. There’s some nice interplay on the left but Thomas Delaney eventually strikes straight at Hugo Lloris.

68: Let’s just take a moment to consider that Spurs are doing this without Harry Kane or Dele Alli…

65: Borussia Dortmund’s confidence looks shattered after Son’s opener. They haven’t created anything of note and look vulnerable to a second.

62: Should be 2-0. Glorious chance for Christian Eriksen to tee up Son Heung-min for a second.

The Dane breaks the line and angles his run into the penalty area. Son is free just outside the six yard box, but the chipped cross is weak and Abdou Diallo clears.

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59: Jan ‘Messi’ Vertonghen embarks on a solo run forward. He’s not closed down so continues before eventually firing low at Roman Burki.

Mauricio Pochettino was screaming on the sidelines. Serge Aurier was totally free.

56: Christian Eriksen strides to take the free-kick but quickly realises there’s no ball! He waits a while for one to arrive before firing straight into the wall.

55: OK, when exactly are we going to give Son Heung-min the Ballon d'Or?

The South Korea international has been superb tonight and draws a free-kick just outside the penalty area with a Cruyff Turn. Thomas Delaney falls for it hook, line, and sinker. Booked.

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52:Son Heung-min's goal came from Tottenham's first shot on target in the match tonight.

Good stat, but can I remind everyone that Borussia Dortmund have NEVER failed to score against Spurs in a European competition.

50:How have Borussia Dortmund responded? They haven’t really. Spurs have new purpose and sense of belief since the re-start.

TOTTENHAM 1-0 BORUSSIA DORTMUND | SON

47: Who needs Harry Kane when you’ve got Son Heung-min?!

Tottenham take the lead straight after the break courtesy of Son, who grabs his 16th goal of the campaign.

Credit should go to Jan Vertonghen, who sends a terrific ball in from the left touchline. Son is free and side-foots a volley into the roof of the net!

45: And we’re back folks. No changes for either side. Have a look at Ajax’s disallowed goal if you get the chance - soft doesn’t do it justice!

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Twitter round-up

Orel: Spurs fan here. I have to say I am a bit disappointed with our final balls tonight. Dortmund has been slightly more dangerous going forward.

Bump: Struggling to create chances tonight, we either need to bring Llorente on for Lucas & play off him or switch to a back 4 & get Lamela on for Foyth & go with the 3 in behind Sonny… BVB look dangerous down the wings tonight and it looks a matter of time.

Alan: Always stuck up for Aurier but he's making it harder lately. So much potential. He looked amazing in this game last season. How hard can it be to look convincingly better than Trippier?!

Smithy: Winks our best player. Foyth taking too many risks although he's had some good moments too. Aurier doing OK but no end product. Eriksen anonymous so far. BVB classy but would be happy with the draw I think.

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TOTTENHAM 0-0 BORUSSIA DORTMUND

HT: And that proved to be the last, and best, chance of the first half.

Jadon Sancho has shone as Borussia Dortmund dominate Spurs at Wembley. Just missing that all-important away goal.

45: Vital save from the Tottenham captain to keep the score level!

Spurs are asleep from a Dortmund corner that’s played short. Jadon Sancho picks out Dan-Axel Zagadou at the back post. He gets the header away only to see Hugo Lloris superbly claw it away.

44: Mauricio Pochettino strides to the touchline to encourage his side, who have been second best thus far. I suspect the Spurs boss would take 0-0 at the break.

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42: Spurs get away with one. Sissoko clearly trips Sancho in full-flight and the referee ignores it.

Controversy!Ajax thought they'd taken the lead against Real Madrid, but the referee went to VAR and disallowed it. What drama. Kind of.

40: Goalkeeper Roman Burki with some outrageous ‘get out of jail’ skills. He loses the ball under his feet, spins 360 degrees and then cooly scoops it over the onrushing Son.

“What were you worries about,” right?

38: That’s Roman Burki first save of the night. Son gets in behind the visitors but is denied by Burki's out-stretched leg.

37: Danger! Hugo Lloris and Davinson Sanchez combine to send 75 percent of Wembley into cardiac-arrest.

The goalkeeper parries a Thomas Delaney effort out to Sanchez, who spoons it high into the air. It’s eventually scrambled clear.

35: Chance! Christian Eriksen finally finds space and utilises it well. He slips it over to Son, whose snapshot is blocked by Achraf Hakimi.

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32:Dortmund are so compact when Spurs win the ball. Excellent defensive shape and there’s always either Thomas Delaney and Axel Witsel man-marking Christian Eriksen.

29:Referee Antonio Jesus Lopez Nieto allows a couple of fairly obvious fouls on Tottenham players to slide. Jan Vertonghen is most unimpressed and lays down a sarcastic clap. Meow.

27:No goals in tonight’s other Champions League clash between Real Madrid and Ajax. The Dutch side have started very brightly though. It’s possible Real underestimated them.

25: I think the only thing Jadon Sancho’s done wrong was forgetting his passport.

24: Oh he’s looking good. He’s looking very good. Jadon Sancho is having a ball down the right flank and causing Spurs all kinds of problems. Glad to see the hype-train hasn’t burdened the youngster too much.

21: Sancho makes a fool of Sanchez before ghosting past the defender and cutting the ball back across the penalty area. No yellow shirt arrived to apply the finish.

Dortmund seriously turning up the heat now.

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18:Moussa Sissoko is eager to make his presence felt but he’s flown in dangerously on Achraf Hakimi and concedes the free-kick.

Toby Alderweireld clears the set-piece and Harry Winks miscontrols, leading to Axel Witsel firing from distance. Hugo Lloris makes the stop quite comfortably.

16: Chance! We should have had our first goal of the evening and it should have gone to the visitors.

Christian Pulisic picks up the ball on the left flank before drifting inside. He’s got an unmarked Jadon Sancho waiting in the middle but he decides to fire at Hugo Lloris from an insanely acute angle. It’s saved.

13: Serge Aurier with the first booking of the evening. I can’t say that’s a shock in all honesty. He cynically drags Pulisic back and Referee Antonio Jesus Lopez Nieto (great name_ produces the yellow.

10: Winkkksyyyyy! The Spurs midfielder looks to slip Son through on goal but his pass has a fraction to much on it. Roman Burki collects.

Not seen anything from Sancho or Pulisic yet. I imagine the pair are already being slated on Twitter for no reason whatsoever. Spurs have been extremely good without the ball.

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8:Spurs have started with a really high press, and it’s caused one or two problems for the visitors - who have been forced to play it back to goalkeeper Roman Burki a good few times.

Close! Sanchez heads a clearance back into the Dortmund penalty area where Moura attempts a wicked improvised volley that flies past the post. Great technique and might close.

5:Dortmund have played 15 different combinations at the back in 30 games! This is only the second time these four have played together. Certainly something Spurs will look to expose.

3: Cracking noise inside Wembley tonight. The visitors, though, are winning the decibel trophy - which obviously should be immediately introduced as a “thing.”

Neither side has managed to settle in these early stages with most of the playing taking place in midfield.

TOTTENHAM 0-0 BORUSSIA DORTMUND

1:And we’re underway at Wembley. Let the mayhem begin!

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The anthem

19:58: “THE CHAAAOMMPIONNNNNNSSS,” rings around Wembley with 75,000 excited fans attempting to reach the impossibly high note. Still a fine effort though.

Ah, Robbie Savage in the commentary box tonight. Great…

Here they come!

19:56: I must admit that I’m thoroughly looking forward to this match. Got a sneaky suspicion that we’re going to see a barnstorming classic with about 55 goals.

My prediction? 2-4 to the visitors. That Sancho/Pulisic combination could be deadly if they click.

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‘Always positive’

19:53: Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino: "We are always positive. Dortmund is a very good team, a fantastic team and it is going to be very competitive and tight. My nature is to be positive, I always believe in my players.

“It is completely different form last season when we beat Dortmund twice. We cannot compare anything. The circumstances are completely different.

“We believe, we need to be at our best if we want to win. The Champions League always demands your best, the level is so high. After we played on Sunday we assessed the players in the best way and tried to provide some fresh legs.”

Twitter round-up

Chris: Tough game but one that can be won by Tottenham. Good open game coming up. 3-1 to Spurs and Lucas Moura to score anytime!

Paul: Christian Pulisic’s penultimate Champions league game tonight, Europa Thursdays on Channel 5 next year…

Patrick: Been looking forward to this all week, a wee break from college work, a few pints and the Spurs back playing in the Champions League. Let's hope we can do the job tonight!

You don’t know how lucky you are, Patrick…

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Team news - Borussia Dortmund

19:48: Such an incredible attack on paper.

Former Manchester City forward Jadon Sancho and new Chelsea signing Christian Pulisic are deployed on the flanks tonight with Mario Gotze leading the line.

Elsewhere Thomas Delaney, Omer Toprak and Dan-Axel Zagadou return having missed the dramatic 3-3 draw with Hoffenheim on Saturday.

Team news - Tottenham

19:45: Mauricio Pochettino makes for changes from the side that beat Leicester 3-1 on Sunday.

Serge Aurier, Juan Foyth, Toby Alderweireld and Lucas Moura are drafted into the starting XI - promoting a few changes of position.

The most notable is Juan Foyth playing as a defensive midfielder with an Vertonghen pushed out to left-back.

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Gossip

19:40: Is now an appropriate time to deliver some transfer gossip? I can’t hear your response so I’m going to do it anyway.

Ivan Perisic reportedly wants a move to Tottenham - and could see his hopes realised this summer.

The Inter Milan winger was supposedly keen to sign for Spurs ahead of Arsenal during the January transfer window, but Mauricio Pochettino failed to make a big move for his signature.

Things are set to be different this summer… they always are...

Lads on tour…

19:38: Jadon Sancho will tonight become the 7th Englishman to face an English side in the Champions League for a non-British team after Reiss Nelson, Ashley Cole, David Beckham, Jonathan Woodgate, Owen Hargreaves and Steve McManaman.

I promise that’s my last HYPE job on Jadon Sancho…

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Twitter round-up

Prince: Spurs fans already sounding super confident. I will suggest going into this game with caution, plan and staying disciplined. This is the Champions League.

Sully: Jason Sancho is enjoying his football right now and tonight is the right stage to showcase his talent to the whole world and we are watching!

James: As usual overhyping young talents and overloading them to perform where impossible. English media must learn from France and Spain. You never get this overrating of players no matter how good they are!

‘What a stage to perform on’

19:30: Mauricio Pochettino, writing in his programme notes: “To test yourselves against the best players in the world on the big nights like this is why we play football, and what a stage to perform on. We want to make use of our home advantage this evening and take a lead to Germany for the second leg and a big atmosphere can help that.

“The number of late goals we have scored recently is demonstrative of the character and determination of the special set of players who simply refuse to give up and continue to make us all proud.”

We need to talk about Jadon…

19:25: Tottenham will be looking to keep Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho out of the headlines tonight.

A task easier said than done. This guy is a bit special.

Sancho's story has been well publicised this year following the decision to turn his back on Manchester City in August 2017 in order to get more game time - one that has seen him burst into the limelight.

He will be one of Dortmund's main threats, but Mauricio Pochettino isn’t surprised.

"We have seen the quality that he was showing in Manchester City or in his national team,” he said. "I think we were talking in the last few years that he was a massive prospect to be a very good player.”

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Twitter round-up

Joe: On train to Wembley from Plymouth for Spurs v Dortmund as birthday treat for my soon-to-be 10 yr old. Predicting a Sancho wonder goal - gonna be tight! Back to school tomorrow if we make midnight sleeper from Paddington!

Oliver: Obviously injuries have played a part but a sign of Juan Foyth’s development that he’s gone from out of the CL squad entirely to starting a crucial knockout game nonetheless.

John: Poch hoping not to concede tonight. Would expect 3 at the back with Aurier and Vertonghen as wing backs. The pace of Son and Lucas will be important with Llorente off the bench as an alternative. Vital we're still in the tie after 90 minutes.

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Ajax vs Real Madrid

19:15: Just a reminder (shameless plug) that we’ve got coverage of Ajax vs Real Madrid over on a different page.

Sergio Ramos is ready to play his 600th game for the club tonight. I’m sure Liverpool supporters and the rest of world are wishing him the best of luck…

Ajax: Onana, Mazraoui, De Ligt, Blind, Tagliafico, Schone, De Jong, Ziyech, Van de Beek, Neres, Tadic.

Real Madrid: Courtois, Carvajal, Nacho, Ramos, Reguilon, Modric, Casemiro, Kroos, Bale, Benzema, Vinicius.

Scourge

19:10: Son Heung-min has scored more goals against Borussia Dortmund in his senior club career than he has against any other opponent (8 goals in 10 games).

*Places a small wager on Son finding the net tonight*

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How many?!

19:08: Tottenham are expecting an incredible 75,000 at Wembley tonight. Incredible support. I guess they were saving themselves by not attending the Premier League clash with Watford. Just the 29k for that…

Kane still not able

19:05: Mauricio Pochettino called it from an early point, but there was still a sliver of hope that Harry Kane might have been fit enough to make the bench for Tottenham given his recovery from an ankle injury has gone better than expected.

Kane is back in training and looked to be moving well on social media videos he has posted over the last couple of weeks, though when he did not appear during the 15-minute open session at Hotspur Way on Tuesday morning the writing was on the wall.

Dele Alli, who is also back in training, is not fit enough either, but both are expected to make it for the second leg.

Fingers crossed they won’t have a mountain to climb when they do return!

The line-up…

19:00: Here's the line-ups for tonight’s clash. A quick glance tells me that Son is starting as a striker with Toby Alderweireld back in defence. Jan Vertonghen to play left-back? There's also a start for Jadon Sancho, who we'll be discussing in just a moment.

Tottenham XI: Lloris, Aurier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Foyth, Vertonghen, Winks, Sissoko, Eriksen, Lucas, Son.

Subs: Gazzaniga, Trippier, Rose, Skipp, Wanyama, Lamela, Llorente.

Borussia Dortmund XI: Burki, Hakimi, Zagadou, Diallo, Schmelzer, Witsel, Delaney, Dahoud, Sancho, Pulisic, Gotze.

Subs: Hitz, Schmelzer, Balerdi, Guerreiro, Wolf, Brunn Larsden, Philipp.

Elsewhere…

18:55: Tottenham vs Borussia Dortmund isn’t the only ticket in town tonight, folks.

Elsewhere in the Champions League Real Madrid are making the trip to Ajax, looking for a good start in their quest to win a ridiculous fourth successive Champions League title.

Hope they packed a few cans of Red Bull though. And that’s because some pesky Ajax supporters set fireworks off outside the Real Madrid team hotel last night.

I say pesky, I actually mean total b*******!

Going one better

18:50: There was a sense that Spurs blew it last season when they lost to Juventus in the last 16.

Bit of an understatement…

They had negotiated their way to top spot in a group stage containing Real Madrid and Dortmund and then brought a 2-2 draw back from Juventus in the first leg before conceding two goals in three minutes in the second leg to crash out.

On paper this appears an easier tie for Spurs to navigate than the Juve one, though it is also undoubtedly a much sterner test than when facing Dortmund last year.

Spurs are yet to win a home knockout game in the Champions League, having drawn against Inter Milan and lost to Juve in previous attempts… tonight would be a good place to start.

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Tottenham vs Borussia Dortmund: Champions League latest score, goals and updates from Wembley (Image: REUTERS)

Wembley worry?

18:45: Mauricio Pochettino has openly admitted that playing at Wembley is beginning to have a negative impact on his side as the wait for their new stadium to open goes on.

They have won their last three games there, not in exactly convincing fashion, but attendances have dwindled with just 29,000 fans turning up for the recent midweek win over Watford.

Pochettino and Jan Vertonghen have both produced rallying cries in attempt to get the fans to produce an atmosphere that can inspire the team and that will be important as Spurs will want to take a positive result to Dortmund for next month's second leg.

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Twitter round-up

Hoggy: As a Spurs fan you very rarely feel confident before any game but I think it’s fair to say I’m mildly terrified about tonight, we’ve been blagging results for a while now and that won’t cut it against Dortmund, we could get proper mugged off tonight!

Nick: Tonight I couldn’t want Dortmund to beat Spurs more! That commute home was awful. C’mon Dortmund!

Ant: In theory Dortmund should be easier than Juventus last year but knowing Spurs - we'll make it the hardest match of the season.

You an Arsenal fan by any chance, Nick?

Tottenham vs Borussia Dortmund: Champions League latest score, goals and updates from Wembley (Image: REUTERS)

About last night…

18:35: Manchester United were the first Premier League side in knockout action last night, but it didn’t exactly go to plan.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer suffered his first defeat as caretaker manager and Paul Pogba was sent off as Angel Di Maria returned to haunt his former club and help PSG take control of the last-16 tie.

Both sides have also been charged for… well… just about everything.

United have been charged with throwing objects and having stairways blocked, PSG with throwing objects, setting off fireworks, acts of damage and crowd disturbance.

Oh, and a beer bottle was thrown from the crowd towards Angel Di Maria, who responded by picking it up and pretending to take a swig. Top bantz.

Evening…

18:30: Hello everyone and welcome to our LIVE coverage of the Champions League.

It’s been dubbed ‘wicked Wednesday’ by absolutely nobody but I felt like adding some razzmatazz to the occasion as Tottenham welcome Borussia Dortmund to Wembley.

Couldn’t help myself…

Anyway, It’s one for the football purists tonight as two sides who promote youth and advocate free-flowing football meet in the last-16 first leg.

Tottenham won their two previous encounters with Dortmund in the Champions League - but tonight could be a different proposition.

Spurs are without a host of first-team stars, while Lucien Favre’s side are bossing Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga.

Should be a corker. Let’s get this started!

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TOTTENHAM vs BORUSSIA DORTMUND

Tottenham will hand a fitness test to Danny Rose ahead of the Champions League clash with Borussia Dortmund.

Rose suffered a wound to his shin in Sunday's win over Leicester and will be assessed.

Harry Kane (ankle), Dele Alli (hamstring) and Ben Davies (groin) are all injured but Eric Dier (virus) and Erik Lamela (back spasm) are fit.

Borussia Dortmund captain Marco Reus has been ruled out due to a thigh injury.

Reus, who has 17 goals for Dortmund in all competitions and is the club's leading scorer, injured his thigh during their German Cup defeat by Werder Bremen last week and missed their draw with Hoffenheim in the league at the weekend.

"We would, of course, have liked to have him in London, because his presence is a bit intimidating for the opponent," Dortmund official Sebastian Kehl told reporters. "But we'll compensate for his absence."

Tottenham provisional squad: Lloris, Gazzaniga, Trippier, Alderweireld, Aurier, Sanchez, Rose, Dier, Walker-Peters, Sissoko, Foyth, Winks, Moura, Eriksen, Skipp, Son, Lamela, Llorente.




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