Tottenham Hotspur and Bayer Leverkusen drew 0-0 in Champions League action last night.
Spurs picked up a 0-0 draw against Leverkusen yesterday evening, in what was an even contest.
Tottenham had the better chances in the first-half, with Vincent Janssen going very close to breaking the deadlock.
However, they were pegged back in the second period and in the end the fact they got a point owed much to the brilliance of Hugo Lloris.
The French stopper made a simply sensational save to stop Javier Hernandez scoring what would surely have been the winner.
Tottenham’s draw has left them in a good position to qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League, if they can pick up a win against Leverkusen in their next European match.
Spurs’ have the added complication of playing their home matches in the Champions League at Wembley this season, but Redknapp feels that his former side will still come out on top against the Bundesliga outfit the next time they meet.
“At White Hart Lane, you’d fancy Tottenham, [but] I think they’ll still be too strong for them [at Wembley],” the ex Spurs manager said.
As things stand Spurs are just one point behind group leaders Monaco, after three matches have been played.