Tottenham are locked in another race against the clock to open their new stadium in time for a Champions League quarter final and Toby Alderweireld admits it would provide the players with a huge boost to be back at White Hart Lane.
Alderweireld insisted they are desperate to play their quarterfinal at the new stadium - and that could be crucial as the club battle to be ready on time. I think we do not now have the momentum on our side. It's very hard. Sometimes the stadium wasn't full because the maximum on the capacity.
The Tottenham manager and his assistant Jesus Perez were walking away from the man in the middle, when the Spurs boss turned and could be seen appearing to say "what did you say?" to the experienced referee.
Spurs pretty much had one foot into the last eight when they did such a good job in the first leg at Wembley Stadium three weeks ago, and ensured there would be no slip ups with a job well done in Germany.
The video assistant referee confirmed Kane was onside and his goal on 49 minutes subdued the crowd at Signal Iduna Park who had hoped for a miracle.
The Champions league quarter finals are schedule for April 9-10 (first leg) and April 16-17 (second leg).
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Kane scored in the 49th minute against Borussia Dortmund for a club record 24th goal in European competitions.
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"They had one chance and scored, we had five or six chances and didn't score".
'You have to be strong when needed, ' said Alderweireld.
Despite Spurs essentially wrapping up the tie in the absence of Kane with a 3-0 first-leg win at Wembley, former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand believes that the difference between the two sides was the 25-year-old. "We suffered a bit in the first half". They had nothing to lose and were taking a lot of risks. "We can build on the first-half performance but we need to score goals,".
"I think we need help from the FA, we need help from the Premier League, I don't know because I am not involved in the decisions", the Argentinian said.