Spurs’s 1-1 draw with Burnley has meant that the North London club extend their unbeaten record at their new home to a solitary match.
An injury time equaliser from Clarets striker, Chris Wood cost Tottenham victory but there are plenty of reasons to be optimistic after this kind of result.
Prior to today, Spurs’s record at the new Wembley consisted of eight defeats in 11 matches so to avoid defeat is something that will encourage Mauricio Pochettino and his men.
Spurs players went off to a standing ovation from their supporters, it now stretches their unbeaten run at their new home to over 90 minutes without a defeat.
“To leave here without tasting defeat is very pleasing. We’ve only lost one of our two home games here so far,” stated Pochettino.
“This result has only given us more confidence at Wembley, we’ll be aiming to keep this unbeaten run going with another draw against Swansea in the next Premier League match here.”
With the Champions League group draw taking place earlier this week, officials from Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund have admitted to quaking in their boots at the prospect of visiting Tottenham at Wembley.