Tottenham have managed to snatch a very important victory that kept their Champions League journey alive, as Spurs qualified to the last 16 in the competition after 2-1 win at Marseille in the last round of group D.
It was a dramatic final day decider ended with Spurs coming back from behind after a poor first half performance and getting the important winning goal with the last kick of the match.
Spurs defender, Clément Lenglet, helped in the comeback for the visitors as his header in the 54′ minute leveled the score after the hosts opener by Chancel Mbemba in the second minute of the added time in the first half.
Danish midfielder, Pierre-Emile Højbjerg, scored a goal in the fifth minute of the added time in the second half, to led Tottenham to clinch group D top spot and Spurs are through to the round of 16.
Tottenham managed to end their awful away run, as they recorded their first UEFA Champions League away win after failing to do so in their last four previous matches away from home (D1 L3).
this was also Spurs first win UEFA competition away games against French sides, as they previously failed to record a victory in 6 games (D4 L2).