A poor Champions League final saw Kieran Trippier constantly attacked and more set piece misery as it ended Tottenham 0-2 Liverpool in Madrid.
Our right back zone was under relentless attack, but we countered brilliantly through long balls to Fernando Llorente as it ended Ajax 2-3 Tottenham.
Mauricio Pochettino’s switch to a 4-4-2 diamond reduced the issues the team had as our Champions League semi final first leg ended Tottenham 0-1 Ajax.
The diamond formation proved both a gift and a curse until Fernando Llorente made the score Man City 4-3 Tottenham to put us through on away goals.
Attacking the full backs sees us through to the Champions League knockout stages as it ended Barcelona 1-1 Tottenham in the Camp Nou.
Mauricio Pochettino moved to a diamond formation and all the points of it combined to score the only goal as it finished Tottenham 1-0 Inter at Wembley Stadium.
Right back Denzel Dumfries was the focus of our attack as our Champions League match finished Tottenham 2-1 PSV at Wembley Stadium.
Beating the full backs saw the Eindhoven defence opened up, but individual errors cost us dearly as our Champions League match ended PSV 2-2 Tottenham.
Lionel Messi was outstanding in the inside right channel as our Champions League clash finished Tottenham 2-4 Barcelona at Wembley Stadium.
Cruising towards the Champions League Quarter-Finals, Max Allegri’s introduction of width turned the tie as it finished Tottenham 1-2 Juventus at Wembley Stadium.