Spurs will travel to their next UEFA match with the home side requiring a 5-0 win to stay in the competition.
Turn the coin over and Spurs will travel to their next Premiership match with the home side requiring any class of victory to send the press into spasms and Martin Jol into the foetal position.
Cynics will have clocked the 'Fans-tastic!' piece on the official site this morning. Frankly, the victory was welcome, but Tottenham will need to deliver more than a barrel full of dead fish before they get a standing ovation from all quarters.
Unlucky not to save their goal. and... he throws the ball out!
The usual. Solid.
Has to improve?
Sweet sweet passes.
No final ball.
Like he was playing Derby again.
In like Flynn, but no headlines yet.
Pointy, flicky, pointy, shouty, flicky.
Won a penalty that wasn't given.
Reminiscent of his 'old self''. Super Sub.
So, will Jol have the guts to play Defoe next time out? Would Taarabt benefit from a couple of real games? Where is Kevin 'Prince' Boateng? And will Spurs ever be able to defend against a set piece in our lifetimes? Who does our defensive coaching? And where does he shop?
All this and more in......