Tottenham’s Champions League campaign came to a close with a win on Wednesday as they got the better of CSKA Moscow 3-1 at Wembley.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side were already out of the competition prior to their final match, given that they lost three of their five group stage games.
However, they secured third place and in turn a spot in the last 32 of the Europa League courtesy of a decent victory on Wednesday, with Dele Alli, Harry Kane, and an Igor Akinfeev own goal clinching a second win of the competition for Spurs.
Nonetheless, Tottenham fans would have been hoping for better from their side in Europe, especially given their solid start to the Premier League.
Pochettino’s men have lost just once in their opening 14 league games, but were a shadow of the side that have performed so well in the league when they faced European opposition.
The Europa League provides Spurs with a small consolation after a disappointing Champions League campaign and, with the winners of the Europa League gaining entry into next season’s Champions League, Pochettino’s men could target that competition after the New Year.
With Spurs out of one competition and into another, here’s what’s hot and what’s not from their group stage campaign…