Turn the clock back 31 years to May 23, 1984 and our famous old stadium played host to one of the most exciting, nerve-wracking, glory, glory nights in the club's long history.
It was a night that had everything.
Level on aggregate after a 1-1 draw in Brussels, Anderlecht shocked the Lane faithful by taking the lead on the hour.
Thankfully, skipper Graham Roberts was on hand to save the day with an equaliser seven minutes from time and after extra time, Tony Parks was the hero in the penalty shoot-out with two saves to send 45,000 Spurs fans into raptures.
Below: Memories of 84
What are your memories of this night of nights? Were you there at the Lane? If not, where did you watch the game? At the pub? At home?
We're putting together a special '84 memories for 84' feature in our official matchday programme for the home match against Anderlecht on November 5.
Tell us about your memories and you could take your place in this special commemorative feature - your name could be part of our programme history for years to come!
Email us your memories here - firstname.lastname@example.org