Tottenham Hotspur are arguably going through their worst spell under Mauricio Pochettino, with just three wins from the last 12 matches in all competitions.
This comes after the team managed to scrape a draw at home to the bottom-placed Watford in the Premier League this weekend, following defeats to Brighton and Bayern Munich.
Harry Kane has admitted that this is probably the hardest period since he has been at the club, but spoke confidently about getting through it with the team.
Spurs take on Red Star Belgrade tomorrow night in the Champions League as they look to add to their one point in the group stage so far.
However, Tottenham actually have more points after two games than they did last season and even a loss tomorrow night would see them equal their score at the halfway stage last season.
Tottenham made the Champions League Final from that tough spot last year, so all is possible still.
Kane said (Football London): “It’s hard to put a finger on exactly what’s wrong. Sometimes when you’re having a run of form like this, things don’t always go your way in games. It’s about sticking together and if we win tomorrow night that can kick start us.
“It’s probably the toughest time since I’ve been here. It’s just another challenge though. The road to success will always have bumps and this is just one of them.
“We went through an experience in the last Champions League campaign where we had less points than we do now. We know about the effort it takes to get through a Champions League group. We have to believe and fight for everything together.”
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