Tottenham Hotspurs were silenced at home by AC Milan as they were forced into a goalless draw at North London to crush out of the UEFA Champions League Round of 16. Tottenham Hotspur had 51% ball possession, 2 attempts on target, 6 corners, 5 yellow cards, 1 red Card and 492 passes completed compared to AC Milan who had 3 shots on target, 49% ball possesion, 1 yellow card and 430 passes completed. Tottenham most fierce and scary attacking force of Harry Kane & Son Hueng Min did not find the back of the net as AC Milan defence lead by Fikayo Tomori was solid and Rafael Leao controlled the ball with masterclass quality.
Tottenham Hotspurs will go another season without a trophy after crushing out of Champions League & FA Cup with Liverpool closing on top 4 position in EPL. AC Milan duo who silenced Tottenham at Hotspurs Stadium include Fikayo Tomori who won the UCL man of the match after ensuring Son & Kane did not score any goal alongside Rafael Leao. Leao game by numbers against Tottenham saw him register 34 touches, 9 duels won, 6 touches in the opposite box, 5 take ons completed, 4 fouls won, 3 shots and 3 chances created.
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