Tottenham produced one of the finest victories in the club’s history as Dele Alli scored a brace in a 3-1 destruction of Real Madrid.
Spurs sealed qualification for the Champions League knockout stages in the most dramatic style, with two goals from Alli and one from Christian Eriksen ensuring a memorable night at Wembley.
The home fans were even cheering their side’s every pass with 20 minutes left as Mauricio Pochettino’s men threatened to humiliate their star-studded opponents, before Cristiano Ronaldo added a late consolation.
Victory means Tottenham move top of Group H on 10 points, three ahead of their Spanish opponents with two games remaining.
The last time Spurs overcame the European champions was in 2010 when Gareth Bale inspired them to beat Inter Milan by the same scoreline, but this was nothing if not a team performance.
Harry Kane, having overcome a hamstring injury, was irrepressible up front while Eriksen, Harry Winks and Kieran Trippier, along with Alli, could all lay claim to leaving as man of the match.
Manchester City came out on top in a thrilling 4-2 win against Napoli in Champions League Group F on Wednesday that qualifies them for the round of 16.
Maurizio Sarri’s high-pressing Serie A side had the better of possession early, but Man City were able to soak up the pressure and play the ball out of the back and hit Napoli on the counter-attack, making for an entertaining opening 20 minutes in which neither team fashioned any real chances.
But that changed seconds after the 20-minute mark when Lorenzo Insigne curled a shot past Ederson after being played into the area with a lovely first-time pass from Dries Mertens.
Momentum swung back Man City’s way when Faouzi Ghoulam limped off in the 31st minute and was replaced by Christian Maggio. Pep Guardiola’s side seemed to switch on and three minutes later Nicolas Otamendi headed them level with a powerful back-post effort from a Ilkay Gundogan corner.
City started the second half just as they finished the first, scoring from a corner kick. John Stones rose highest to meet Leroy Sane’s cross and power a header past Pepe Reina to make it 2-1.
But Napoli evened things up at 2-2 from the penalty spot when Sane fouled Raul Albiol in the area and Jorginho stepped up and converted the penalty.
Sane then redeemed himself with a brilliant individual effort on the counter-attack, running the length of the field and losing the ball only for Sergio Aguero to recover it and score the winner.
The goal was Aguero’s 178th in a Man City shirt, a new record for the club.
Raheem Sterling then added City’s fourth with a smooth finish on the counter to send them on their way to the knockout rounds.