Goals from Jan Vertonghen and substitute Fernando Llorente followed, and Spurs are now looking at their first quarter-final appearances since the 2010/11 season.
But for Spurs, their second-half performance and result against a side such as Dortmund is a timely boost going into a crucial period of the campaign, according to Hugo Lloris. Dortmund are coming off a shocking result over the weekend, where they blew a 3-0 lead to Hoffenheim to draw 3-3, minimizing their lead atop the table to just 5 points.
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Juppé ému aux larmes pour ses adieux à Bordeaux — "C'est un arrachement"
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"The first half was very hard".
"We were a little bit lucky because when Son scored it was a massive boost to our confidence".
Son's goal was his 11th in his last 16 games in all competitions, and his red hot form is forcing people to tout him as a potential PFA Player of the Year candidate.
L'épidémie touche désormais toute la France — Grippe
Santé publique France relève en outre que les virus de la grippe qui circulent maintenant sont en majorité des virus A (N3H2). Depuis le 1er novembre, 904 cas graves de grippe admis en réanimation ont été signalés, dont 166 la semaine dernière.
Tottenham went agonisingly close to opening the scoring in the seventh minute when Lucas Moura's volley fizzed wide of goal, the Brazilian having controlled Davinson Sanchez's header on his thigh. It's like we weren't comfortable. We were good in the first half but this is very bitter.
Bundesliga leaders Dortmund, eliminated from the German Cup last week, were nowhere to be seen in the second half, with speedy teenager Jadon Sancho given no space to operate after the break. "We have watched games back from the past where we have lost and we have taken a lot on board".
"This is a huge part of his development but nearly the next two, three years are more important ones", Jenas continued. I am happy with all the players.
US Vice President Pence blasts European leaders over Iran
Speaking at a Middle East conference in Poland, Pence accused Iran of being the world's greatest state sponsor of terrorism. Critics however denounced the two-day event as just another "Iran hate fest", organised by the usual suspects.