London: Tottenham Hotspur defeated rival Olympics by four wickets in the Football Champions League and made it to the knockout stage, with tough manager Jose Mourinho's entry also memorable, Harry Kane becoming the record holder with 20 goals.
The Tottenham Football Club's big hit on their own ground, a strong match against rival Olympiacos in the Champions League Group B, saw Olympiacos scoring two goals in the first half.
In the second half, Harry Kane's two goals improved the position, setting the record for individual scores in the event.
Tottenham's fourth goal gave the hosts a four-to-two victory, as well as a place in the knockout stage of the Champions League. The stunning win also made the entry of new manager Jose Moreno memorable.