But one thing we have is belief and faith that we can win.
One of four changes to the side that started the 3-1 win over Chelsea here on Saturday, Lucas Moura sent a weak shot down the middle for Samir Handanovic to keep out 33 minutes in following some good play from Moussa Sissoko in the build-up.
'I think we can beat everyone if we're on it.
"We're feeling well and working towards our best form".
After struggling to prove his worth since arriving in 2016, Sissoko is living up to the 30 million pound (then $40 million) fee Newcastle received for the French midfielder. "His contribution is fantastic for the team in a period we need this type of performance". A win against the Eredivisie side followed by a point against Spurs at Camp Nou would guarantee top spot.
Inter Milan's hopes of reaching the Champions League round of 16 are in the hands of Barcelona and coach Luciano Spalletti believes the Catalans will not let his team down. Barcelona are too prestigious to give something away.
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The group visited children's food plants and discussed cooperation with their North Korean counterparts, according to reports . The team from the North is expected to be similar in size, and represent similar government bodies and institutions.
"I remember a lot of players talking about winning the title, and it was only at the beginning and three points, like the others". They have people like Lionel Messi and Gerard Piqué who cannot be doubted, therefore I do not worry. I don't even dare to have a shadow of a doubt.
Should Spurs beat Inter, however, a point would confirm the La Liga champions as Group B winners.
Defeats in Italy and at home to Barcelona to begin their Champions League group have left the Londoners up against it in order to qualify for the knockout stages of the competition, and to have any chance of progressing they must win when the San Siro side head to London. But a campaign that was in peril is alive again for Tottenham, which has never lifted the European Cup. If not, the demands of the Premier League are so tough.
It's one of the biggest, maybe the biggest derby in the world so everybody knows it, ' Alderweireld said. It's why Eriksen had to be rested from the start.