Tottenham Hotspur beat Borussia Dortmund 3-1 on Wednesday night.
Pundit Craig Bellamy has told Sky Sports that he thinks Wednesday's 3-1 victory over Borussia Dortmund was a 'big win' for Tottenham.
After picking up just one point from games against Chelsea and Burnley at their temporary home, as well as losing to Monaco and Bayer Leverkusen there in last season's Champions League, some felt that Spurs would come unstuck against a top side like Dortmund.
Mauricio Pochettino's men were superb against the Bundesliga side though, and took an early lead through Son Heung-min's strike, before Andriy Yarmolenko equalised for the visitors.
Spurs claimed the win though, as Harry Kane scored twice to secure a 3-1 victory, finding the net with two left footed strikes to make it four goals in his last two games.
Having been handed a tough group containing Dortmund, Real Madrid and APOEL Nicosia, Tottenham have made the best possible start to their Champions League campaign, drawing praise from pundit Craig Bellamy.
Bellamy told Sky Sports' The Debate that he felt it was a 'big win' for Spurs, but he knew it was only a matter of time before they claimed a win at Wembley, which should give them confidence for the rest of the season.
Bellamy added that he thinks Harry Kane could threaten Alan Shearer's Premier League goalscoring record, even comparing him to Real Madrid legend Raul for his attacking play despite lacking pace.
“It's a big win for Spurs, but for me it was just a matter of time, just with the quality they have,” said Bellamy. “Now they've got it, and what makes it even better is that came against a team like Dortmund – a very good team, so that should give them a lot of confidence going on to the rest of the season.”
“When Kane first broke onto the scene he reminded me of Raul. He's not lightning quick, he's very clever in his movement, he understands where he needs to be and he can create half a yard from anything. Raul is incredible and will always remain incredible but Kane has got similar traits to where he was, he's that type of forward. If Kane can stay on this path, he's the only current player who can threaten Alan Shearer's Premier League goalscoring record,” he added.