Tottenham will head into their second Europa League group match away to Panathinaikos brimming with confidence after notching up a first Premier League victory over Manchester United in 27 attempts on the weekend.
(left to right) Steven Caulker, Tom Huddlestone, Clint Dempsey and Mousa Dembele celebrate Tottenham's win against Manchester United on Saturday. Premier League victory over Manchester United in 27 attempts on the weekend.
After a slow start to Andre Villas-Boas' reign at White Hart Lane, three straight league wins including the 3-2 thriller at Old Trafford have taken Spurs into fifth place and seem to have turned the tide for their Portuguese manager.
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