Tottenham Hotspur head to the Croatian capital on today evening for the second leg of their Europa League last-16 tie with Dinamo Zagreb.
Spurs will enter this game with 2-0 lead during first leg match at Stadion Maksimir, thanks to Harry Kane who neted twice.
During their Epl contest, Mourinho's men suffered 2-1 loss to North London rivals Arsenal on Sunday. But the point remains still they are battling for two trophies with two months of the season to go.
If history is a trademark here, Spurs have progressed from each of their previous three knockout ties in the Europa League when they have won the first leg, then it's probable that they will surely proceed.
The defeat for Zagreb in the first leg brought an end to an eight-match winning run in all competitions, and they returned to winning ways on Sunday with a 5-0 league victory at Varazdin.
We are to witness a game where both sides will prove themselves better team to proceed to quarter finals, but it looks hard for Mourinho to let go. Hence a win for Spurs with less goals will be a better choice.
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