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The Archive | Spurs 3-1 Real Madrid | 01.11.17

Tue 12 May 2020, 17:44|Tottenham Hotspur

One of the best performances and results in our history - let alone European history - saw us dominate holders Real Madrid in this Champions League group match at Wembley.

If the display in our 2-2 draw in the Bernabeu a fortnight earlier had made people sit up and take notice, this one sent fireworks up a few days early at the start of November.

To put it into perspective, Real hadn't lost in the group stages in over five years, an unbeaten run stretching 30 games back to October, 2012. It was also their biggest margin of defeat since a 2-0 loss to Juventus in November, 2008.

It was Dele's night. Back from suspension for his first appearance in the Champions League in 2017/18, he scored twice, handing us the perfect start with the opener on 27 minutes before doubling our advantage on 56 minutes. Christian Eriksen raced through on the counter for 3-0 on 65 minutes and Cristiano Ronaldo's reply on 80 minutes proved only a consolation. Victory also took us through to the knockout phase... oh what a night!

Spurs 3-1 Real Madrid - the highlights

Match data

Spurs: Lloris, Alderweireld (Sissoko 24), Sanchez, Vertonghen, Trippier, Dier, Winks (Dembele 66), Davies, Eriksen, Dele, Kane (Llorente 79). Substitutes (not used): Vorm, Aurier, Rose, Son.

Real Madrid: Casilla, Hakimi, Nacho, Ramos, Marcelo, Casemiro, Modric (Hernandez 81), Kroos, Isco (Mayoral 73), Ronaldo, Benzema (Asensio 73). Substitutes (not used): Wade, Vallejo, Vasquez, Ceballos.

Goals: Spurs - Dele 27, 56, Eriksen 65; Real Madrid - Ronaldo 80.

Venue: Wembley Stadium.

Attendance: 83,782.

Post-match on Spurs TV