Spurs crashes out after 1-2 loss to Group E victor Monaco
Nov 23 2016 by Michele Stevens
Bernardo Silva found left-back Benjamin Mendy, who took his time before holding up a cross for fellow full-back Sidibe - a summer target for Arsenal - to head home from six yards.
"My players have shown a lot of quality over the last four months and have played with great intensity". We are in a process and a period where we need to improve.
Dortmund's players celebrate after the Champions League Group F soccer match between Borussia Dortmund and Legia Warsaw in Dortmund, Germany, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016. To compete in Premier League, yes, but today you could say we struggled a little bit.
"They look a shadow of themselves from last season, last season you would never have seen a Tottenham team get overpowered like this, get outrun".
"When you have some problems it is hard to be competitive in both competitions".
Tiemoue Bakayoko had the Principality outfit's first chance two minutes later, but his tame shot was easy for Hugo Lloris, who then denied Radamel Falcao from 12 yards out moments later after Eric Dier had brought down Fabinho inside the area to concede a penalty. 'It was a good challenge for us to compete in the Champions League and to show our real level.
Tottenham came into tonight's match needing at least a point to ensure they had an opportunity to advance into the Round of 16 of the Champions League, but instead, they are heading back to the Europa League. 'Too many players floating along, ' said Hoddle.
Now we need our heads up and to lift ourselves.
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They could have got off to a dream start when Son Heung-Min was clean through but failed to take his chance.
Spurs went into their Group E game at the Stade Louis II knowing that anything other than a loss would keep alive their hopes of progressing to the knockout stages of the Champions League.
"We have quality, yes". If we go into the next round and then fail it would be the same feeling. "Although we are playing at Wembley this year, it's no excuse", he said via the Daily Mail. "That is very important".
But the goalkeeper admitted afterwards that Tottenham didn't deserve to beat Monaco because of the mistakes they made all over the pitch.
"It's already a very good Champions League season as the first two objectives have been attained". Harry Kane, who has just returned from a long injury absence, had to run his socks off on his own for an hour before being joined up front by Vincent Janssen.
"When teams come over to us, we have to make it hard and use that to our advantage and we didn't", Kane was quoted as saying by the Independent on Wednesday.
"It would be good for the club to get into the Europa League and try to go further in that competition", he said, dismissing suggestions that competition would be a hassle they could do without.