The Irish international struck his 20th goal of the season to put us two goals ahead at the break but despite the team creating a host of opportunities to add to that tally further, our advantage was halved in the second half, leaving the Round of 32 tie in the balance as we go into the return leg at White Hart Lane next week.
"In the first half we played brilliantly, they didn't get a sniff,” said Robbie.
"We came out in the second half and I don't know what happened. We knew they would come out and make it difficult for us but the second half performance was not good enough.
"We've won the game, that's the most important thing, but we wanted to get the job finished.
"There's still a bit left in this game and it will obviously be difficult but we are playing at home now in front of our fans so we will go into the game with a lot of confidence and there is no reason why we can’t go through.”
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Robbie Keane reflects that we failed to make the most of our first half dominance to put this UEFA Cup tie beyond Slavia Prague at the halfway stage.