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Bloody deserved draw! Would of won if it wasn't for the bent referee.

Hutton should of been sent off

Nothing wrong with our disallowed goal.

Shambles ref...shambles, not fit to referee.

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first of all, don't kill me, i like both tottenham and arsenal. I know its strange but that's the true, north london rocks!!!!!!!:):):):):)

what about tonight. i think tottenham will continue in CL, but it's going to be a good game. Milan is going to struggle for the win. But we will see what Bale, Van der vaart, Modric and all the others think about that...:D:D:D:D:D:D

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Typical Italians, falling down everytime after the slightest of touches. You can see Spurs' naivety at times though.

Looking very nervous atm, Milan winning on 'points'. Although Gallas is standing out. Spurs need to retain possession more and stop dwelling on the ball. Lacking the normal incisiveness.

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Fantastic:),well done on the win and it was fully deserved for your defensive performances over the two legs.

I remember when Newcastle got into the last 16(Group Stages back then) and nearly got into the quarter finals,Enjoy these days whilst you have them as it's hard to rise up the table but a fall can happen so quickly.

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gotta say' date=' milan looked horrible.

and spurs looked shaky as well, generally poor.[/quote']

At the end of the day they are still 1st in Italy so it still means that a 5th place team in England managed to outclass 1st place in Italy. Remarkable isn't it :D

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gotta say' date=' milan looked horrible.

and spurs looked shaky as well, generally poor.[/quote']

They were nervous in the first half but football isn't always about the flashy stuff. Credit it where it's due defensively it was a superb performance from Spurs. Not sure how you can say it was generally poor. In Italy they'd be loving a performance like that. There's more than one way to play.

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