Tottenham vs Dortmund

Tottenham vs Dortmund Live Stream, Football Game, Watch online, Tv start time The second legs of the Champions League round of 16 begin Tuesday with a big one in Germany. Borussia Dortmund, coming off some poor form, hosts Tottenham at Signal-Iduna-Park. The first leg took place on Feb. 13, and Spurs were without star Harry Kane yet won 3-0 with two late goals. Kane is now back, and Tottenham looks to finish the job on the road where just one goal will likely be enough to put it away.

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Champions League 2019
Team : Tottenham vs Dortmund Live
Date : Tuesday, March 5, 2019
Start Time : 03:00 PM.ET

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Here’s how you can watch the match and what to know:ottenham: This is really, really simple for Spurs. Mauricio Pochettino will likely tell his guys to just give him a goal. An away goal for Spurs would mean Dortmund would have to score five goals to advance. Dortmund has four goals total in its last four games. One goal from Tottenham probably puts this away for good.

Dortmund: It’s not looking good for them. Sure, the recent form has been lousy, and they’ll have to be super focused on both ends. On one end, they cannot afford to give up a goal, or it’s likely over. And while they must focus on keeping the ball out, they will have to score at least three to have a chance to just force extra time. They will need a magical display to move on.Tottenham vs. Dortmund prediction The German club wins on the scoreline but is eliminated from the competition thanks to a Christian Eriksen goal that puts this tie out of reach, with Spurs advancing 4-2 on aggregate.

Heung Min-Son, Jan Vertonghen and Fernando Llorente all scored in the opening game at Wembley three weeks ago, with Tottenham aiming for just their second Champions League quarter-final.Every team who has won 3-0 at home in the first leg of a knockout game in the competition has made it into the next round, and Mauricio Pochettino says his side are focused on victory.

“We want to go to the next round in a very important competition like the Champions League,” he said. “We all agree that we need to perform in the best way, it will be a tough game, very difficult.Always for me the most important is the Premier League, the more consistent team always wins. The best team always wins the trophy. In the cups, the circumstances can make a difference.”

The first-leg score represents an uphill battle for Dortmund – who have lost their last three encounters with Tottenham in Europe – and Lucien Favre says they will need to do something extraordinary.”We have already played many games in this stadium where we have written history and we are in a position to achieve the impossible,” he said.

Harry Winks (hip) and Eric Dier (tonsillitis) have returned to training and travelled with the squad to Germany. Dele Alli (hamstring) will remain out, but has begun to integrate with first-team training.

Marco Reus is fit after missing the first leg with a thigh strain, although Marcel Schmelzer and Christian Pulisic will face late fitness tests. Lukas Piszczek remains sidelined.Tottenham have won their three previous encounters with Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League, twice in last season’s group stages (3-1 at Wembley, 2-1 at the Signal Iduna Park) and in this season’s round of 16 first leg (3-0 at Wembley).

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