Tottenham vs Bayer Leverkusen end in a goal less draw
The Champions league match between Tottenham and Bayer Leverkusen end in a goal less draw.
Dele Alli should have done better at the other end when he powerfully headed wide from six yards out.
Spurs will be thankful to man-of-the-match Lloris for keeping a clean sheet in a match in which they had more of the possession but their hosts had the better chances.
He saved six shots and kept the score line 0-0.
— Spurs In The Blood (@SpursInTheBlood) October 19, 2016
Tottenham are playing in European football’s elite competition for the first time in five seasons, and – three games in – they have struggled to find their best form.
A draw is by no means a poor result away from home, but they will need to improve significantly in the final third if they are to progress.
Spurs had six shots, none of which were in the second half, and worked goalkeeper Leno only once. In contrast, Leverkusen had 13 shots in the second 45 minutes.