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How Antonio Conte’s shocking European record looks after Tottenham’s Champions League exit

Antonio Conte extended his shocking European record last night as Spurs went out of the Champions League with a whimper...

It was a truly underwhelming Champions League exit for Tottenham on Wednesday, as they crashed out of the competition at the hands of AC Milan.

Milan scored just once in the first-leg but it proved to be enough to make it through as Spurs failed to land a glove on the Italians.

For Conte, it extends his truly dismal European record with it being just one knockout stage win for the 53-year-old.

Conte’s European record

2012/13 – Juventus: The Italian started the competition in a strong way as Juventus topped their group ahead of Chelsea. The Old Lady then went on to cruise past Celtic in the Round of 16. However, against Bayern Munich, they were humiliated 4-0 on aggregate.

2013/14 – Juventus: It was a truly shocking campaign for Juventus as they dropped out of the group stage, finishing behind Real Madrid and Galatasaray. In the Europa League, they made it to the semi-finals losing to Benfica.

2017/18 – Chelsea: The Blues ended up finishing second in their group to AS Roma. That left them facing a very difficult tie against FC Barcelona in which they were beaten 4-1 on aggregate.

2020/21 – Inter Milan: Conte’s worst European campaign came two seasons ago as his Inter Milan team finished bottom of their group behind Real Madrid, Borussia Mönchengladbach and Shakhtar Donetsk.

2022/23 – Tottenham: Following much hard work to qualify for the Champions League, it ended up being another hugely underwhelming European journey for Conte. Spurs somehow managed to top their group consisting of Sporting CP, Marseille and Eintracht Frankfurt. However, last night their campaign ended on a whimper as they lost 1-0 on aggregate to a pretty poor AC Milan team.

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Jamie Brown

Writer for 101 Great Goals since 2017. Founder of @Daily_Hotspur.

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