Tottenham 16-1 for Champions League glory

Tottenham are 16-1 to win the Champions League after thrashing Borussia Dortmund 3-0 in the first leg of their last-16 tie at Wembley.

Heung-Min Son opened the scoring early in the second half after a delicious cross from Jan Vertonghen, who then popped up with the second. Substitute Fernando Llorente added a third to put Tottenham in total command before the return leg.

Spurs are 1-20 to qualify, while the Bundesliga leaders are 10-1 to reach the quarter-finals.

Mauricio Pochettino's men had been 80-1 to lift the trophy back in October when they had taken just a point from their opening three group matches.

Real Madrid are 9-1 from 12-1 to win the Champions League following a 2-1 victory away to Ajax in Amsterdam.

The holders survived several scares in the first half, including VAR overturning a Nicolas Tagliafico goal for offside, before Karim Benzema made them pay with the opening goal.

Hakim Ziyech equalised for Ajax but Marco Asensio delivered a late blow to the Dutch outfit with the winner for Real Madrid.

Sergio Ramos will be banned for the second leg after a late caution which he has denied was a deliberate act to clear his card count.

Real are 1-12 to qualify with Ajax at 9-1.

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Kazakhstan v Scotland

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  • Kazakhstan have conceded 89 goals in their last 40 qualification matches.
Expert verdict
Nearly 21 years have passed since the Tartan Army last followed Scotland to a major international tournament.However, there is a quiet confidence that the Scots can end that barren run. The Kazakhs are ranked 77 places below Scotland and have won only three of their last 40 major tournament qualifiers.

 

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