Champions League Results, Tottenham Escaped After Beat Real Madrid

Isco looked frustrated after Tottenham Hotspur player Dele Alli returned to Real Madrid in
a Champions League match at Wembley on Wednesday (1/11/2017). (AFP / Ian Kington)
London - Tottenham Hotspur stepped into the last 16 of the Champions League. They qualified after a 3-1 win over Real Madrid in their fourth Group H match at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday (11/01/2017) or early Thursday morning.

Tottenham Hotspur's victory goals scored by Dele Alli (27th and 56th minute) and Christian Eriksen (65 '). While a Real Madrid goal scored Cristiano Ronaldo in the 81st minute.

Playing in front of opponent supporters, Real Madrid can master the game more with 57 percent mastery of the ball.

Real Madrid is also a team capable of creating the most opportunities with a total of 19 shots that 10 of them on target.

However, more Tottenham under pressure can actually appear effective in terms of creating opportunities and convert them into goals.

Throughout the game, Tottenham able to create 11 opportunities that seven of them on target.

The first chance in this match got Real Madrid through Francisco Alco's "Isco" kick in the third minute. However, his horizontal kick is still easy to anticipate by Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.

New Tottenham managed to get the first chance in the 11th minute through Harry Kane. However, kicking the 24-year-old player can still be countered Real Madrid goalkeeper, Kiko Casilla.

In the 27th minute, Tottenham managed to excel through a controversial goal. Kieran Trippier as an assisting giver has stood in an offside position before sending Dele Alli's despised bait into the Real Madrid goal.


Behind 0-1 to make Real Madrid increase attacks. Three golden opportunities obtained through Casemiro (minute 29) and Cristiano Ronaldo (32 'and 33'). However, Lloris alertness in blocking the ball is still able to thwart the two opportunities.

Before the break, Tottenham also had a golden opportunity through Kane in the 36th and 41st minutes, but can be countered Casilla.

In the second half, Real Madrid look better performance. However, the effectiveness of Tottenham became the key to victory.

In the 56th minute, Tottenham managed to double the advantage to 2-0 thanks to a second goal from Alli.

Through a counter-attack scheme, three Tottenham players managed to conquer three Real Madrid players after Alli's kick hit the body of Sergio Ramos and outwit Casilla's movement to secure the ball.


In the 62nd minute, Real Madrid had a golden opportunity to score through Sergio Ramos. However, his hard kick in front of goal was thwarted Cristiano Ronaldo who stood in front of him.

The preoccupation of the attack, Real Madrid getting left behind in the 65th minute after Tottenham successfully completed the opportunity through a counterattack scheme.

Kane who received the ball successfully won the duel with Nacho Fernandez, then handed the ball to Eriksen. The Danish player scored with a kick and could not afford to block Casilla.

Behind 0-3 never made Real Madrid relax the attack to score goals. Several opportunities through Ronaldo and Benzema gained, but still capable of thwarted Lloris.

New in the 81st minute Real Madrid managed to minimize lagging through hard kick Ronaldo in front of goal Tottenham whose ball was deflected Eric Dier before sliding into the goal.


Coming to the end of the game, Real Madrid again have a chance right on target through Casemiro and Ronaldo.

However, again Lloris able to secure the goal with alacrity to make the score 3-1 to win Tottenham last until the end of the game.

This victory makes Tottenham top Group H standings with 10 points or three ahead of Real Madrid in second place.

These three points also determine a place for Tottenham in the autumn phase despite the status as group winners have not been in the grip. Raihan their points can not be pursued by Borussia Dortmund or APOEL Nicosia who just collected two points.

Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 Real Madrid (Dele Alli 27 ', 56', Christian Eriksen 65 '; Cristiano Ronaldo 81')

Tottenham Hotspur: 1-Hugo Lloris, 6-Davinson Sánchez, 5-Jan Vertonghen, 4-Toby Alderweireld (17-Moussa Sissoko 24 '), 33-Ben Davies, 2-Kieran Trippier, 15-Eric Dier, 23-Christian Eriksen , 29-Harry Winks (19-Moussa Dembele 66 '), 20-Dele Alli, 10-Harry Kane (18-Fernando Llorente 79')

Coach: Mauricio Pochettino

Real Madrid: 13-Kiko Casilla, 4-Sergio Ramos, 6-Nacho Fernandez, 14-Casemiro, 12-Marcelo Vieira, 19-Achraf Hakimi, 22-Isco Alarcon (20-Marco Asensio 74 '), 8-Toni Kroos, 10-Luka Modric (15-Theo Hernandez 81 '), 7-Cristiano Ronaldo, 9-Karim Benzema (21-Borja Mayoral 74')

Coach: Zinedine Zidane

Referee : Cuneyt Cakir
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