Tottenham reached the last 16 of the Champions League after a 1-1 draw in Barcelona on Tuesday despite winning just one point from their opening three games.
Here, Press Association Sport looks at how Mauricio Pochettino’s men recovered in Group B.
Spurs conceded twice in the final five minutes in the San Siro as goals from Mauro Icardi and Matias Vecino overturned Christian Eriksen’s opener.
The task got harder after a gutsy defeat to Lionel Messi-inspired Barcelona at Wembley in October. Messi scored twice, along with Philippe Coutinho and Ivan Rakitic to render Harry Kane and Erik Lamela’s strikes meaningless.
A late Luuk de Jong goal denied Spurs victory after Hugo Lloris had been sent off with 11 minutes left. Hirving Lozano opened the scoring before Lucas Moura and Kane gave the visitors a 2-1 lead.
Kane’s 89th-minute strike saved Tottenham’s Champions League hopes as they sat on the brink of elimination. De Jong struck early only for Kane to level with 12 minutes left before late drama.
Another late goal, this time from Eriksen, wrestled Tottenham’s fate back into their hands after the Denmark international fired in with 10 minutes left to set up a tense final game week.
Spurs were heading out of the Champions League after Ousmane Dembele’s early opener and Inter drawing 1-1 with PSV in Milan. But Moura’s 85th-minute finish sent them through to the last 16 after an excellent performance.