Harry Kane hails 'fantastic night' for Tottenham as they beat Dortmund

Harry Kane hails 'fantastic night' for Tottenham as they beat Dortmund

Mauricio Pochettino makes four changes his Tottenham Hotspur starting XI ahead of their Champions League Group H trip to Borussia Dortmund.

Dortmund, who needed to win to keep their own qualification hopes alive, took the lead through Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang before Spurs hit back with second-half strikes from Harry Kane and Son Heung-min.

Danny Rose was left out of Tottenham's squad for the Arsenal game. "I'm very happy for him". Saturday's decision helped him develop his fitness.

"It wasn't good for us to have to change how we wanted to play nearly immediately".

"I'm happy because the squad is good, mentality is ideal, and the reaction after Saturday was fantastic". "At the same period, one year ago, we were in Monaco, and after that game we were out of the Champions League". "It's a massive achievement for the team and I'm so happy". They were fantastic today. After the disappointment of Saturday it's great to feel the victory. "But my team stepped up and we were ready to compete here against a hard team and that is why we are so proud today".

"Everyone was doubting us before the group even started that we would not even get through, so a fantastic night".

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"Being 1-0 down here is always going to be tough but we knew there were always going to be chances".

The Gabon worldwide ended the goal drought he has endured since October when Andriy Yarmolenko cleverly sent him through with a flick and Aubameyang did not miss again.

While the pressure intensified on under-fire Dortmund manager Peter Bosz, Tottenham potentially secured themselves a more comfortable draw and home second leg in the last 16.

He told Sky: "At 1-1 we saw that the players lacked the self-confidence to continue to play football".

'It's probably good that we have a game so quickly after the derby and you can have a bit of revenge - you can show the world that you are a better than what you saw on Saturday, ' Eriksen told reporters.

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