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Tottenham Hotspur Into Champions League quarter-finals, Harry Kane Score One Goal | Tottenham defeated Borussia Dortmund in the quarter-finals 8 years after Harry Cain's goal

               
Tottenham Hotspur last reached the quarterfinals in 2011.
Harry Kane scored a goal in the 48th minute to win the team 1-0

Sports desk The club of England's Tottenham Hotspur team reached the quarterfinals of the Champions League. He defeated Germany's club Borussia Dortmund in the pre-quarterfinals Tottenham won the second leg by 1-0. He defeated Dortmund 3-0 in the first leg. In this way his aggregate score was 4-0. Tottenham reached the final-8 after eight years. In the quarter-finals of 2011, Rial Madrid defeated Aggregate Score 5-0.

Harry Kane scored in the second half
Starring striker Harry Kane, the only goal for Tottenham is to score. He gave the lead to the team in the 48th minute of the match. On the other hand, Dortmund's team landed on the field with their three star Mario Gotje, Marco Ross and Paso Alcassar. Together, these three teams scored 30 goals for the first time this season. However, the three teams could not win the match in this match.

Outstanding away support tonight 👏Thank you. # COYS ⚪️ #UCL pic.twitter.com/H5LpeO8H43
– Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) March 5, 2019

Defender and goalkeeper did a great job: Harry Kane
After winning the match, Harry Kane said, "In such tense bouts you can not imagine what will happen, think of what to do with defending and attack sometimes it becomes difficult. There were occasions, but our defender and goalkeeper Hugo Lauris did a great job. In the Champions League, you win by similar performance. "
                
                
            

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