Harry Kane scored twice to help Tottenham recover from a nightmare start to qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League.
Jose Mourinho’s men found themselves 2-0 down after 19 minutes, but two goals in five minutes either side of the break from Dele Alli and Kane made it 2-2. Serge Aurier then completed the comeback before Kane grabbed his second to seal the victory.
Here’s how every Spurs player rated on the day.
Paulo Gazzaniga, 5 – Didn’t have a meaningful save to make all evening, but should have done more with opening goal. Helpless with the second, however.
Serge Aurier, 8 – Continues to flourish under Mourinho and topped another excellent performance with a fine finish to complete the comeback.
Davinson Sanchez, 6 – Careless at times, but did make one wonderful last-ditch tackle after a wayward Winks back-pass. Should have scored from a second-half header.
Toby Alderweireld, 5 – At fault for the second goal and didn’t really look himself.
Danny Rose, 4 – Offered nothing in an attacking sense and should have done more for both of Olympiacos’ goals.
Harry Winks, 4 – Uncharacteristically sluggish, throughout the evening.
Eric Dier, 3 – Anyone could have been taken off after the horror opening 30 minutes and Dier was that unfortunate man.
Dele Alli, 8 – Started slowly, but his goal on the stroke of half-time changed the game and his own night in particular. Much better second-half and produced some lovely skill to create the opening for Aurier to put Spurs in front. Finally getting back to his old self.
Lucas Moura 6 – Couldn’t get into the game in the opening period, but that changed after the break and was perhaps unfortunate to be taken off – just moments after he set up Kane.
Son Heung-min, 5 – Claimed an assist for Aurier’s goal, but a rare off night for Tottenham’s inform man.
Harry Kane, 8 – A relitavely quiet evening for the England captain, but still managed two more goals to become the fastest player in Champions League history to reach 20 goals.
Christian Eriksen 6 – His delivery was generally poor, but when he did get it right Kane headed home the fourth of the evening from his inch-perfect free-kick.
Moussa Sissoko 6 – Fluffed one shooting opportunity, but injected some much-needed energy in the second period.
Tanguy Ndombele N/A – Looked sharp, but not enough time to make a difference.