Despite an impressive first half performance, Tottenham only left Germany with a point after a hard fought draw with Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League group stage.
Spurs had a number of chances to go ahead in the first half but Vincent Janssen, Dele Alli and Erik Lamela all saw good opportunities go amiss.
Leverkusen were the better side after the break and Tottenham had to rely on some Hugo Lloris heroics to stay in the game.
Here’s how Twitter reacted to the result and performance.
Game of two halves really. Excellent point in the end although could of easily lost. #COYS
— Yidvids (@YidVids) October 18, 2016
To play that poor away,in the CL & get a point & clean sheet isn't that bad a night. #COYS
— Nick Davison (@njd10happy) October 18, 2016
Haven't seen us that jittery for a long time. The Toby Effect.
— Tom Edwards (@tomedwards) October 18, 2016
— Ricky Sacks (@RickSpur) October 18, 2016
He takes a far bit of stick but in a dreadful performance I thought Vertonghen did very well and thank Christ for Hugo! #COYS
— Jon. (@jonhotspur88) October 18, 2016
Made hard work of that – lethargic passing and play in 2nd half. Need to smarten up for Wembley game
— HotspurSam (@HotspurSam) October 18, 2016
Good pt for THFC in context. Not at their best but not allowed to be. A wet Tuesday night in North Rhine-Westphalia is a tough place to go
— Adam Powley (@adampowley) October 18, 2016
A point won. Don't recall many sides making us look as uncomfortable for such a sustained period as Leverkusen did. Quality team and coach.
— Bankrupt (@bankruptspurs) October 18, 2016
how on earth are Leverkusen 10th in the Bundesliga? Best team we've played since Dortmund last season
— Jack (@Debaser92) October 18, 2016
That was a really tough match and a point seems great now, though at HT I fancied us. Lloris and Wanyama on top form! #COYS
— Chris Miller (@WindyCOYS) October 18, 2016
Lloris, Trippier, Vertonghen, Wanyama and Rose our best five. Janssen subbed off too early IMO. Lamela & Eriksen quiet second half.
— Nikhil Saglani (@Nikhil_Saglani) October 18, 2016
The extraordinarily resilient "we will not be beaten" attitude should not be under estimated. There's something happening here…
— Ergo (@SniersMoregut) October 18, 2016