Tottenham Hotspur are through to the knockout stages of the Champions League for the third consecutive year after an impressive win against Olympiacos at the new stadium last night.
However, few would have expected Spurs to run away as 4-2 winners in the match after they went 2-0 down inside the first 20 minutes.
Spurs looked a different beast entirely in the second half, with a Harry Kane brace and Serge Aurier strike adding to Dele Alli’s last first-half goal.
While Harry Kane is yet to win a trophy at Spurs, he has been eating up the personal records during his time in North London.
Thanks to his two goals last night, the Spurs captain became the fastest player in Champions League history to score 20 goals (Metro).
It took Harry just 24 games in a Tottenham shirt to hit that mark, two faster than Del Piero, with Van Nistelrooy on 27 games, Inzaghi on 28, and Gomez on 32.
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