Tottenham vs PSV live streaming
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Tottenham vs PSV live streaming: Match preview
Disaster for Spurs. Mauricio Pochettino’s side headed for Holland after back to back defeats to Inter and Barça so needed a win to resurrect their campaign. PSV were in the same situation. Hirving Lozano gave the home side the lead before goals from Lucas and Harry Kane turned the tie around. However, Hugo Lloris was sent off for a stupid tackle late on to give the Dutch side some hope. That hope was fulfilled when Luuk De Jong equalised with just three minutes to go. A sucker punch. Of the 67 teams who have had just one point after three matches in Champions League group stage history, only 7 have progressed. Spurs must win this one to have any chance of doing that.