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sport news Tottenham 3-1 - FIVE THINGS WE LEARNED

Harry Kane lifted Tottenham's Wembley curse by scoring twice and firing his side to an opening Champions League win over .

Son Heung-min's early strike was quickly cancelled out by a stunning effort from Dortmund's Andriy Yarmolenko but from there this match belonged to the unstoppable Kane. He restored Spurs' lead by capping a barnstorming run with an emphatic near-post finish before a cute shot in the second half secured a 3-1 victory.

Sportsmail's SAMI MOKBEL was on hand to consider what we learned from Tottenham's victory in the Champions League.

 Tottenham striker Harry Kane scored in his third successive game in the Champions League

 Tottenham striker Harry Kane scored in his third successive game in the Champions League

1 - Harry Kane spoke on Tuesday about the value of consistently scoring in the Champions League in his bid to be recognised as a truly world-class centre forward. 

His two goals here mean he has now scored in three straight Champions League games.  The last Englishman to do that? A certain Wayne Rooney way back in 2010.

Borussia Dortmund keeper Roman Burki was twice beaten at his near post in the first half

keeper Roman Burki was twice beaten at his near post in the first half

2 - It's never nice being beaten at the near post when you're a goalkeeper. So spare a thought for read more from dailymail.....

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