How Tottenham should lineup v Borussia Dortmund

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Heung-Min Son

Heung-Min Son(Right-wing) – The third changes should see Heung-Min Son come walk into the team and replaced the suspended Dele Alli, who is unavailable as a result of his red card in the Europa League last season.

Harry Kane (Centre-forward) – England striker is the obvious first-choice in attack, despite Fernando Llorente proving an ideal option of the bench. The 24-year-old is in a similar boat to his compatriot – Alli – as he looks to prove his world-class credentials against the best.

Christian Eriksen (Left-wing) – Without any doubt, the Denmark playmaker has been arguably Spurs’ best player so far this season and has to start in Pochettino’s XI against Dortmund. Eriksen has the creativity to unlock defence and the Bundesliga giant defence have not conceded in their opening three league games.

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