The 24-year-old Portugal international midfielder has been linked with a move to Spurs following a disappointing year at Camp Nou following his £31.5million switch from Valencia in summer 2016.
Despite Ernesto Valverde coming in as Barca boss ahead of this season, Gomes has continued to struggle for action with just one La Liga start
“We are happy,” he said. “Of course they are going to have chances but we played well and made it tough for them. “A point at the Bernabeu, you would take that every day of the week. It shows how far we have come as a team.” Then speaking solely on the late save that
The France international was linked with a move away from the North London club when the Argentine succeeded Tim Sherwood as manager in 2014, but he was impressed by the new coach’s ideas.
Lloris certainly feels vindicated in his decision to stick with Spurs, particularly following their 1-1 draw with Real Madrid at the
Winks was only 12 when Modric joined Spurs in 2008 but, nine years later, the pair went head-to-head on the biggest stage – in the Champions League at the Bernabeu.
Tottenham took a valuable point away from the Spanish capital, and the performance of Winks was one of the most eye-catching among a host
Rose finally made his injury comeback after eight months out in Tuesday night’s 1-1 draw at the Bernabeu. But he expected the boo-boys to be out in force after he was disciplined for slamming the club’s transfer policy in the summer. Instead, Spurs fans sang his name during and after the game – and Rose
Did you see the saves David De Gea and Hugo Lloris made? They were incredible. The former denied Joel Matip a goal in Man United’s 0-0 draw with Liverpool and the latter was in fine form for Tottenham against Real Madrid at the Bernabeu where he kept out Karim Benzema’s effort. ‘DE GEA HAS BETTER
Jurgen Klopp’s side travel to Wembley this weekend on the back of a hard-fought goalless draw against United last Saturday and a stunning 7-0 win at Maribor last night. Tottenham continued their excellent form by holding Real Madrid to a draw in the Champions League last night and McInally believes Liverpool will have to be
Tottenham ‘sent a message to the world of football’ with their display against Real Madrid on Tuesday night, according to David Ginola. The north Londoners more than matched their illustrious hosts as they claimed a well-deserved 1-1 draw at the Bernabeu to move a step closer towards the Champions League knockout phase. Mauricio Pochettino’s side
Two minutes after the opener, Aurier drilled a low shot from 20 yards which was creeping in at the far corner until Navas stretched to tip round for a corner. Then Isco wriggled to shot at goal with his left foot from ten yards but Lloris was alert, pushing round for a corner. Ronaldo was
All the attention in the build-up to the match was on Harry Kane and his battle with Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, but it was Lloris who stole the show at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Ronaldo had levelled from the penalty spot after Raphael Varane’s own-goal had put Spurs in front before Lloris pulled off