Where are the seven players from Spurs' bench when they beat Inter Milan 3-1 in the Champions League back in 2010?
Under current manager Mauricio Pochettino, Tottenham Hotspur playing in the Champions League has become commonplace but that was not always the case.
In fact the first time they achieved the feat in the Premier League era came in 2010. That season a young Gareth Bale earned many admirers with a brilliant hat-trick in the San Siro in a 4-3 defeat, the Welshman helped Spurs go one better in the home-leg against Inter Milan with a 3-1 victory.
Bale scored again in the famous win at White Hart Lane along with Rafael van der Vaart and Peter Crouch, but where are the players on the substitutes bench on that night on November 2 now?
With just one appearance for Tottenham during a one-year loan spell from Spartak Moscow it's easy to forget that Croatia's second most capped player was actually in North London. The goalkeeper is now retired.
Signed from Newcastle United in the summer of 2009, Bassong spent three years with Spurs - including a six-month loan spell at Wolverhampton Wanderers. Now aged 31, the centre-back is without a club after being released by Norwich City last summer.
Jenas came off the bench in the game to replace goalscorer Van der Vaart and played 200 times for the club. After officially retiring in 2016 the 35-year-old has become a regular pundit.
Another who made it onto the pitch against Inter, replacing Aaron Lennon in the second half, Palacios moved to Stoke City for four years after leaving the capital in 2011 and currently plays back in his native Honduras with Olimpia.
A real favourite of then boss Harry Redknapp, Kranjcar was most recently playing for Rangers but had his contract terminated by mutual consent last month having managed just 26 appearances since joining in 2016 due to a persistent knee injury.
The striker's three-and-a-half years with Tottenham after joining in 2008 were the only ones Pavlyuchenko spent away from his native Russia during his professional career and now aged 36, the forward is without a club after leaving Ararat Moskau in January.
This was Keane's second (and less successful) stint at the club after rejoining following a forgettable six months with Liverpool. The Irishman scored 120 goals in 297 games for Spurs and aged 37 now plays for Atletico de Kolkata in the Indian Super League.