Tottenham leave their Wembley woes behind them with a fine 3-1 win in their Champions League opener against Borussia Dortmund.
Harry Kane’s brace won it for Spurs after Andriy Yarmolenko’s wonder strike cancelled out Son Heung-min’s opener.
Sportsmail’s SAMI MOKBEL is on hand to bring you the player ratings.
Tottenham beat Borussia Dortmund 3-1 in their Champions League opener at Wembley
HUHO LLORIS – 6
No chance with Yarmolenko’s stunner and lucky to see Aubameyang’s effort ruled out.
TOBY ALDERWEIRALD – 7
The organiser in Tottenham’s back three. Another assured display for the Belgian.
DAVINSON SANCHEZ – 7
Looks to be a sound investment but not the finished article yet.
Hugo Lloris could do very little to prevent Borussia Dortmund leveling the scores to 1-1
JAN VERTONGHEN – 6
Spoiled an excellent display by getting sent off, perhaps harshly, for an elbow on Gotze.
SERGE AURIER – 7
Handed his Spurs and kept things steady down the right-hand side.
MOUSA DEMBELE – 6.5
Uncharacteristically wasteful in possession during first-half but improved.
ERIC DIER – 6.5
Typically combative in midfield and kept things ticking over. Booked.
Son Heung-min opened the scoring for Tottenham with a clever finish at the front post
BEN DAVIES – 6.5
Made a couple of crucial interceptions but didn’t provide usual threat in attack.
HEUNG-MIN SON – 7.5
Dele who? The Korean made sure Spurs didn’t miss Alli with a cracker.
CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN – 7
Was quiet until finding Kane for the third. A telling impact again from the Dane.
HARRY KANE – 8.5
Looks so at home at this level. Tottenham’s match-winner…again.
Harry Kane scored Spurs’ second goal after a powerful run and finish at the front post
MANAGER: MAURICIO POCHETTINO – 7.5
The Germans dominated the ball. The Tottenham manager won’t give two hoots.
BORUSSIA DORTMUND (4-3-2-1)
Burki 3; Piszczek 5, Papastathopoulos 5, Toprak 5 (Zagadou 80, 5.5), Toljan; Dahoud 6.5 (Castro 72, 5.5), Sahin 6.5, Kagawa 6.5 (Gotze 67, 5.5); Yarmolenko 7.5, Pulisic 7; Aubameyang 7.
MANAGER: PETER BOSZ – 6
REFEREE: GIANLUCA ROCCHI – 4
Aubameyang’s second half strike should have stood. Awful call from the officials.
Dortmund goalkeeper Roman Burki was twice beaten from his near post