Tottenham fly out to Eindhoven for PSV clash as Mauricio Pochettino’s men look for first Champions League points in this season’s campaign
- Tottenham have left London to fly out to Eindhoven for Wednesday’s PSV clash
- They were spotted boarding their flight and are due to land later this evening
- Mauricio Pochettino’s men face the Dutch side in Group B of Champions League
- Spurs will be looking to register their first points after losing the first two games
Tottenham have jetted out to Holland ahead of Wednesday evening’s Group B clash with PSV in the Champions League.
The Tottenham squad were seen boarding their flight on Tuesday afternoon and are due to touch down in Holland later this evening.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men will be eager to pick up any kind of a result on the road, having failed to register a single point from their opening two group games.
Harry Kane pictured boarding Tottenham’s flight to Eindhoven ahead of the PSV clash
Serge Aurier (R) pictured sharing a joke with Lucas Moura, who has his passport in his hand
Tottenham are third in Group B and face fourth-placed PSV on Wednesday evening
A late comeback from Inter Milan meant Spurs walked away from the San Siro empty handed last month before a Lionel Messi masterclass at Wembley saw Barcelona claim a 4-2 win.
While a third consecutive defeat in the competition would see Spurs cut adrift in the group with Barca and Inter taking maximum points so far.
The winner of their clash on Wednesday will effectively put one foot into the knockout rounds, while Tottenham and PSV are battling it out for a chance of qualification.
The match in Eindhoven represents just the third time these two sides have met – Tottenham and PSV both have on win each from those previous two.
Tottenham, meanwhile, also opened Europe’s largest club shop, allowing supporters to finally get a look inside the new stadium on Tuesday.
The new store, which measures at 23,000 square feet, will come under the branding of the ‘Tottenham Experience’ and will allow fans to buy not only Spurs merchandise, but NFL, too.
The store doubles up as an auditorium which will host pre and post-match events in its 100-seater venue, complete with 36 screens sprawled across the walls.
Moussa Sissoko (L) and Toby Alderweireld (R) walking towards the plane with their suitcases
Hugo Lloris and Co will be looking to get their first points in Group B of the Champions League