RB Leipzig send classy tweet to Tottenham after knocking them out of Champions League

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

At the end of last season, Tottenham were preparing for the Champions League Final in Madrid against Liverpool, a game they would eventually lose 2-0.

The Lilywhites managed to come through the group stages in second place this season, drawing high-flying German side RB Leipzig in the first knockout round.

However, Tottenham were demolished across the two legs, losing 1-0 at home before Leipzig picked them apart 3-0 in Germany last night.

After exits from the Carabao Cup and FA Cup, and with the Premier League far out of Tottenham’s reach, they now have no silverware to play for this season.

Instead, the club must fight to at least qualify for the Champions League to go again next season, or risk dropping down into the Europa League, or perhaps even no European football at all.

Despite the heavy victory, RB Leipzig stayed humbled on Twitter with a classy message to Tottenham, wishing them the best.

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  1. I don’t mind Leipzig – they have done what we did for years but players young and improve them. However the problem was we didn’t keep it going by updating year upon year.
    Fair play to them, the team that’s been/being out together has real potential and every signing cost under £27m I believe as that figure was what they paid for Naby Keita now at Liverpool.
    Many of their players such as Werner and Forsberg came from relegated teams, lower league’s or good scouting with Gerald Houllier heavily involved so fair play to them and best of luck


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