Champions League: Ajax Brings Down Tottenham As Spurs Conceded Second Defeat In Their New Stadium

Today's match was a shock to football lovers worldwide as Tottenham lost to Ajax in the first leg of the Champions League semi-finals. ...

Today's match was a shock to football lovers worldwide as Tottenham lost to Ajax in the first leg of the Champions League semi-finals.

A bad result for Spurs, extremely disappointing, though in truth it could have been worse. Ajax totally bossed the first half, Donny van de Beek sending Hugo Lloris off for the paper and slotting home, and could easily have gone in with a bigger lead.
They nearly found that elusive second goal during a more equal second half, David Neres hitting the post having beaten a static Lloris.

But one goal was enough for a first-leg advantage. Spurs never seriously troubled Andre Onana in the Ajax goal. On this evidence, turning this round in Amsterdam next week is a big ask. But never say never, because Son Heung-min will be back from suspension, and will pose Ajax some different problems. There’s always hope.

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