[Tweets] Kane Leads The Way As Tottenham Stars Celebrate “Huge” Win On Twitter

By on September 14, 2017

Some of the Tottenham players have been celebrating on Twitter after they secured a vital 3-1 victory over Borussia Dortmund at Wembley last night.

Spurs got their return to the Champions League off to the perfect start as they opened the scoring after just four minutes through Heung-min Son before Andriy Yarmolenko soon equalised for the visitors.

Tottenham retook the lead just minutes later thanks to a fine strike from Harry Kane and the north Londoners secured a vital three points when Kane wrapped things up midway through the second half.

The England international has taken to Twitter to hail a ‘huge performance’ from Tottenham in what the striker believes was a ‘massive win’ for the club.

Mousa Dembele, Eric Dier, Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen have also posted messages on the microblogging site as the Spurs players celebrated their excellent start in Europe.

Check out what the players have been up to below:

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One Comment

  1. Patnevin

    September 14, 2017 at 12:55 pm

    I’m waiting for the Arsenal fans to chip in with “when is the DVD coming out”. When in reality we’re all waiting for the best of Arsenal v Bayern DVD. Last night was a real eye opener for me. At HT I looked at the match stats and was shocked to see how little of the ball we’d had. I honestly can’t remember the last time we surrendered so much possession to an opponent. Turns out it was by design. Poch wanted us to hit them in the break. I didn’t think he had that kind of game in him. As Owen Hargreaves said “Dortmund might have had more of the ball but Spurs should have scored 6 or 7”. Granted they had a perfectly valid goal ruled out but we had enough clear chances to win that game twice. It now gives our opponents something new to think about “are we pushing them back or are they waiting to pounce”. If we beat Apoel and Madrid beat Dortmund, we have a 6 point cushion going into the double header against Real. Even a point out of those leaves us in a good position. All I hope is that we have something riding on the last group game.

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