Tottenham Hotspur displayed remarkable discipline to ouster European heavy-weights Milan from the Champions League, proving there is another side to their game. TheHardTackle's Guest Author Joseph George, a Spurs fan, revisits the game which has established the North London team as the dark horse in this edition of the UEFA Champions League.

As the French referee Stephane Lannoy signalled the end of the stoppage time, a unanimous emotion of disdain bestirred amongst the capacity crowd at San Siro. Stand-in captain Gennaro Gattuso much apparently could not fathom what just happened, got driven by a momentary temptation and involved himself into something that may well earn him a few disciplinary cautions from UEFA. TheHardTackle puts together all the events that unfolded at San Siro last night and analyses as to where Milan lost the battle and subsequently Spurs conquered.

The unbeaten league leaders face a tough trip to the high-flying Londoners. Harry Redknapp sees this as an opportunity to send the league wide open, while a win for United could knock the stuffing out of every single one of the title contenders. THT previews the clash of the weekend...

Chelsea will be the underdogs going into the much-awaited clash at the White Hart Lane on Sunday. Can the Champions resurrect their campaign or will the Bale-inspired Spurs prove to be too hot for the Stamford Bridge club to handle? Read on for the team news, tactical brief, formations, and much more.