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Denise Evans

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  1. Cheerio!

    Okies, I think we'll leave it there on what was a terrible night for Tottenham and a decent one in the end for Manchester City.

    We'll have live text coverage of Wednesday's night's Champions League games, as Liverpool and Chelsea bid to turn around their losses in the first game of the group stage.

    You can find that here.

    Cheers for your input this morning.

    Christian Eriksen
    Manchester City celebrate
  2. De Bruyne injury 'not serious' - Guardiola

    Man City 2-0 Dinamo Zagreb

    Manchester City

    Kevin De Bruyne

    Pep Guardiola said last night that Kevin De Bruyne's injury is "not serious".

    "Today he could not play. We will see for next Sunday but right now I don't know (whether he will play this weekend). After the international break, he will be fit."

    He missed the game with a groin problem, which he picked up in his man of the match performance against Everton on Sunday.

    The Belgian midfielder missed most of last season through injury.

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    SMS Message: This is what happens when the board does not back the manager properly. Remeber the call from Poch "to be brave.." Shameful from the board. from Jose
  4. 'I feel hurt' - Vertonghen

    Toittenham 2-7 Bayern Munich

    Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen wasn't messing around after his side's dismal defeat.

    “It was a painful night for us,” the Belgium defender said. “They punished us with every single mistake we made and we let the fans and everyone at the club down with this result.

    “Bad. Everyone is ashamed of this result. There’s not too much I can say about this.

    “I think everyone will have a bad night’s sleep and probably a couple about this.

    “I feel extremely hurt. All negative words. It is embarrassing. It is a very bad result.”

    Jan vertonghen
  5. Huge task ahead for Pochettino

    Tottenham 2-7 Bayern Munich

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino now faces the task of lifting his players after that mauling at the hands of Bayern Munich last night - and just as importantly he must lift himself.

    Pochettino has cut an unsettled figure on occasions for quite some time, with cryptic quotes about players having "different agendas", and eventually this must have its effect.

    The Argentine is still the outstanding coach and manager who took Spurs to their first Champions League Final against Liverpool in June, but he and his players must make sure the debacle at The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium last night marks a watershed.

    It is time for both Pochettino and Spurs to reset and somehow rediscover what has made them such a fine side in recent seasons.

    Mauricio Pochettino
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    Roger Clarke: As an Arsenal supporter, I find it ... hilarious

    Bright Cider Life: All the criticism on Spurs is harsh. We were still in the game at 80 mins and needed to push forward which left gaps at the back. From then every shot Bayern had went in!

  7. Man City fans need to be 'seduced'

    Man City 2-0 Dinamo Zagreb

    Manchester City

    Pep Guardiola said before Manchester City's clash with Dinamo Zagreb that fans needed to be "seduced" by the Champions League after club polls showed supporters would prefer to win the Premier League.

    City are in their ninth successive campaign in the competition and have back-to-back wins in this year's campaign.

    "I know for fans the Premier League is most exciting. But this competition is nice too. We are going to try and seduce our fans and say: 'We can do it.'"

    The competition's anthem was booed again inside the Etihad before yesterday's kick-off.

    So that advice went down well then, Pep

    Pep Guardiola
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    Can't beat a good hot dog, to be fair Emil...

    SMS Message: Oh being a Newcastle supporter to actually dream of being beat in Europe rather than in the Premier League. from Treva, Ashington
    Treva, Ashington
    SMS Message: Never in my life have I been so embarrassed to be a Spurs fan. Every one of those players should be ashamed of themselves, if it wasn't for the two delicious hot dogs I had at halftime they would have got a serious piece of my mind from Emil, on a long Megabus back to Stroud
    Emil, on a long Megabus back to Stroud
  9. 'We were unlucky' - Pochettino

    Tottenham 2-7 Bayern Munich

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    More from Mauricio Pochettino, as he focuses on the few positives to be taken from a horrible night in the London rain.

    "We dominated the game in the first 30 minutes," said Pochettino.

    "We were unlucky we conceded at the end of the first half and after that they were very clinical.

    "After we scored the penalty for 4-2, we had chances to score a third and be in the game. It's a tough result. It's hard to accept. In football it happens when the opponent has the quality and is very clinical in front of goal."

    Mauricio Pochettino and Jan Vertonghen
  10. 'It's important to believe' - Pochettino

    Tottenham 2-7 Bayern Munich

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino wants to see his team "stick together" following that heavy loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League.

    Last season's finalists were humbled in their first home game of the new campaign.

    "When you receive this type of result, it's important to believe in yourself," Pochettino told BT Sport.

    "That is the only way to recover the good feeling."

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    David Whale: That Spurs result hurt more because of our form last season. These things happen, it's not about how hard you get hit but how you react. Clubs aren't formed on one result or indeed a short run of poor results.Spurs have the quality there - just need to steady the ship.

  12. Spurs were excellent for 35 minutes

    Toittenham 2-7 Bayern Munich

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Mauricio Pochettino is loved by Spurs fans, taking them on that remarkable ride to their first Champions League final, where they lost to Liverpool, in Madrid in June.

    The problem is, such affection only lasts so long and the chorus of jeers from those who remained inside the vast sweep of this magnificent stadium will have struck an ominous note.

    Spurs, ironically, were excellent for 35 minutes and much hinged on Robert Lewandowski's magnificent finish on the stroke of half-time that gave Bayern a 2-1 advantage.

    It was the lack of response, the lack of heart, fight and inspiration that will raise the alarm for Pochettino and chairman Daniel Levy, who offered a smile through gritted teeth to his Bayern counterparts at the final whistle.

    More from McNulty here


    Mauricio Pochettino
  13. Pitiful

    Tottenham 2-7 Bayern Munich

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    The word "crisis" can be over-used but, in this current context, this is what Pochettino now faces after Spurs were thrashed 7-2 in their own palatial new home by Bayern Munich. He is certainly facing the most searching questions of his Spurs career and they must be answered quickly.

    Bayern's margin of victory was bad enough - the first time Spurs have conceded seven goals at home in a major competition - but the pitiful manner of the capitulation made this an even more harrowing experience for Pochettino and his players.

    And the lack of response to adversity, the wild tactical naivety that left Bayern with wide open spaces they exploited ruthlessly by inflicting this punishment, means fingers must arguably be pointed in the direction of Pochettino as much as his players.


  14. Could 'the new Ibrahimovic' stun Liverpool?

    Liverpool v Red Bull Salzburg (Wed, 20:00 BST)


    The two Scandinavians have an unwavering confidence in their own ability and both have a reputation as prolific goalscorers.

    Norwegian striker Erling Braut Haaland announced himself in the Champions League with a debut hat-trick in Red Bull Salzburg's 6-2 win over Genk.

    But while Zlatan Ibrahimovic is nearing the end of his football career, 19-year-old Haaland is just starting.

    He has scored 17 goals in 10 club games, including four hat-tricks, and will look to add to that tally for Salzburg against Liverpool on Wednesday.

    Erling Braut Haaland
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    Peter Collins: Yes Real Madrid haven't been great. BUT, they are top of their league, while trying to rebuild and dominated Atletico away recently; very hard to do against Simeone. How on earth is Zidanes job under threat? Is it actually at risk, or is this the media again?

    Peter Bird: Dear Spurs fans, welcome to the misery of a top flight team not performing and the funny thing is Pochettino was supposedly an answer to all our prayers! Man United supporter

    SMS Message: Tottenham have come through their golden era having won nothing from Mike, Gravesend
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  16. Matip ruled out of Salzburg game

    Liverpool v Red Bull Salzburg (Wed - 20:00 BST)


    Liverpool defender Joel Matip will miss Wednesday's Champions League match against Red Bull Salzburg.

    The 28-year-old picked up an injury in Saturday's Premier League defeat of Sheffield United and is set to be replaced by Joe Gomez.

    Liverpool lost 2-0 away to Napoli in the opening game of their defence of the trophy they won in Madrid in June.

    Salzburg, playing in the Champions League group stage for the first time in 25 years, began with a 6-2 defeat of Belgian side Genk.

    Joel Matip
  17. Post update

    Liverpool v Red Bull Salzburg (Wed, 20:00 BST)

    Am I the only one who is a little bit weirded out by this cartoon Klopp?

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    Tom McQuillin: Having slept on it, we're all being a little too negative on Spurs. They're still in prime position to get out of the group and Bayern scored with pretty much every shot they had! Their xG was 1.3! Tottenham dominated large chunks of that game and 7-2 was very harsh

    Anyone else out there on Tom's wavelength this morning? He has a point, right?

  19. BreakingLampard to assess Kante

    Lille v Chelsea (Wed, 20:00 BST)


    N'Golo Kante

    Frank Lampard will assess midfielder N'Golo Kante, who missed the Premier League win over Brighton with a hamstring problem.

    But defender Kurt Zouma and striker Olivier Giroud are both available after missing the weekend game.

    Chelsea lost their opener at home 1-0 to Valencia whist Lille lost away at Ajax 3-0.

    Former Chelsea striker Loic Remy and ex-Swansea loan midfielder Renato Sanches could both be in Lille's team.