Tottenham Hotspurs on the night of Wednesday in their champions’ league group fixture wrote remarkable statement at the Wembley stadium that the league competitors must read thoroughly.

The North London side chagrinned Real Madrid by flogging the European champions three goals to one in the presence of the best coach in the world, best player in the universe and some of the greatest defenders and midfielders in the world of football including Sergio Ramos and Marcelo, Luka Modric and Tony Kroos.

Tottenham players celebrate Alli’s goal

After holding the Spanish giants to one all draw at the Santiago Bernabeu two weeks ago, Mauricio Pochettino’s inbuilt master plan of destroying Zinadine Zidane came to manifest through Dele Alli’s brace and Cristian Eriksen’s 65th minute strike.

Tottenham now leads group H table with ten points, three more than Real Madrid whose consolation goal in the frustrating fixture came from Cristiano Ronaldo at the 80th minutes as Spurs qualified for the group stage.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal was late and not enough

The win is the first Tottenham has achieved after failing to beat Real Madrid in their five attempts in which they recorded three defeats and two draws.

The defeat Real Madrid has suffered from Tottenham on the other side is the first for El-Blancos in the champions’ league group stage since October 2012 and ends their 30-game unbeaten run.

21-years-old Dele Alli’s goals explains how Tottenham is not only a Harry Kane team although Kane master minded Eriksen’s goal, but the English side has contribution from each player.

Beating title holders with the exceptional goal margin after suffering a painful one nil defeat to Manchester in domestic league is a special way of rediscovering oneself for that reason Crystal Palace ought to be afraid as they visit the same Wembley Madrid died in for a premier league fixture on Sunday.

Sergio Ramos and his team didn’t play like defending champions

Meanwhile after suffering consecutive defeats both in domestic and European champions league especially from a first timer like Ginora and then later a less threat posing side in the champions league like Tottenham is a wakeup call for the Zidane and co who literally won everything in 2017 to desist from complacency but mean business effective of the fixture against Las Palmas on Sunday