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The draw for the Champions League quarterfinals has thrown up some classic ties as Europe's biggest clubs attempt to reach this season's final in Madrid.
Tottenham face Manchester City in an all-Premier League tie, while there are two heavyweight clashes between multiple winners with Ajax, conquerors of Real Madrid, facing Juventus and Manchester United taking on Barcelona.
Liverpool will believe they have one foot in the next round after being paired with FC Porto, but with the draw also mapping...
SOUTHAMPTON, England -- Losing to Burnley was concerning, and being defeated by Chelsea was troubling. This loss, to Southampton, means Tottenham can officially panic.
The past few weeks have seen two Tottenhams. One version flexes aside Borussia Dortmund, barely breaking a sweat in the process. The other capitulates to teams either scrambling to preserve their place in the Premier League or in mid-table disarray. Much like the U.K. as a whole, Tottenham seem to be much better off in Europe.
Tottenham progressed to the Champions League quarterfinals for the first time since 2011 after wrapping up a comprehensive 4-0 aggregate victory over Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund with their 1-0 win at the Westfalenstadion on Tuesday.
Leading 3-0 at the start of the second leg in Germany, Spurs immediately found themselves under siege and it took a series of heroic tackles, blocks and saves to stop their hosts from narrowing the gap before the interval. But, just like in the first leg at...
Harry Kane was Tottenham's saviour in the North London derby on Saturday, dispatching a 74th-minute penalty after he had been bundled over in the box by Shkodran Mustafi to earn a 1-1 draw.
However, replays showed that Kane was in front of the last defender when the initial free kick was played into the penalty area before the England captain was fouled. So should he have been flagged offside?
The International Football Association Board (IFAB), football's lawmakers, appeared to tweet...
LONDON -- In recent years, the North London derby has come to be regarded as the Premier League's most enthralling game: high on energy, high on goals, high on drama. By contrast, the Tottenham vs. Arsenal 1-1 draw at Wembley on Saturday -- at least until the closing minutes -- was more reserved.
Neither side was capable of going full-throttle: Spurs did not press with any intensity and moved the ball slowly through midfield, while Arsenal dropped back and did not offer a consistent counter-attacking...