Christian Eriksen blasts in winner as Tottenham keep Champions League
Tottenham’s ambitious chairman wants to open the doors to his shiny new stadium with visits from Real, Bayern, Juve in the Champions League.
By one way or another it is still on for these Spurs young men.
Christian Eriksen, keeping Tottenham’s Champions League dreams alive with the 80th minute winner, can compose his very own compensation checks from here.
He has saved them, giving Spurs a puncher’s chance of making it through to the last 16.
They will take that.
Eriksen came off the bench to score the only goal, the sweet left-footed complete that keeps Spurs in the Champions League.
The air inside this stadium changed instantly.
Tottenham’s blood is siphoning now, readying themselves for the challenge of surviving the Nou Camp onslaught in a couple of weeks.
Barcelona, the gathering pioneers, have been warned.
Wembley was boisterous, saluting Eriksen after he jumped off the bench to score the
He ghosted into the region, watching the inter-play and exchanges of Moussa Sissoko and Dele Alli while in transit to goal.
At the point when Dele put the possibility before him, Eriksen planted his effort beyond Samir Handanovic.
It was a mixing complete, reward for Mauricio Pochettino after messing around with his team selections.
This is a severe seven day stretch of football, coming through the Chelsea home game with flying colours and getting the job done against Inter.
Eriksen’s intercession was basic, giving Spurs the lift they needed at a point when it looked as though they were heading out of Europe. The Great Dane had other ideas.
He demonstrated striking levelheadedness, making reality for himself inside the territory before beating Handanovic with a smart finish.
It implies Spurs remain in Europe somewhat more, within sight of knockout football in their new home in early 2019.