Christian Eriksen scored a late goal to keep Tottenham Hotspur’s hopes of qualifying for the round of 16 in the Champions league alive
Eriksen’s strike was enough for the London side to pick up a crucial victory over Inter Milan and thereby leapfrog them to the second position on goal difference (both have 7 points) after 5 games. Spurs will travel to the Camp Nou to take on Spanish champions FC Barcelona in their last group stage fixture whereas Inter Milan will host AS Monaco at the San Siro. Spurs have been in fine form lately as they have picked up crucial victories over Chelsea and Inter in the same week. Up next for the Spurs is a visit to the Emirates to take on the Gunners. Speaking about their upcoming fixture, midfielder Harry Winks said,
“It is going to be another difficult game, so we have to get right and physically prepared for it, because it is going to be another battle
“It is a game the fans want to win and one that we want to win. Three games in a week is going to be tough, but confidence is high.
“Of course they are beatable. The form we are in right now, it is probably the perfect time to go there.
“It is going to be a good game.”
“We started off quiet rocky in the group stage this season with a couple of poor results. But if we can get though it shows how mentally strong we are to come back from setbacks.
“We never go into any game hoping to draw, we go into every game trying to dominate.”
Tottenham Hotspur are in fine form at the moment, and so are Arsenal, which makes the upcoming fixture an absolute treat for the neutrals and the Chelsea fans.