Real Madrid were Tuesday night condemned to their first ever defeat in the group stage of the UEFA Champions League since 2012.

Dele Alli found the back of the net twice as Tottenham Hotspur secured a stunning 3-1 win over the reigning champions at the magnificent Wembley Stadium.

Real Madrid at a point were actually three goals down before Cristiano Ronaldo pulled one back late on to blemish what was otherwise a perfect 90-minute performance from the hosts.

The Spanish giants who last tasted defeat at this stage of the competition 30 matches ago, have now suffered successive defeats in all competitions.

The pressure is slowly beginning to build on boss Zinedine Zidane, five months on from winning a European and domestic double.

On their part, Spurs have sealed their place in the last 16 of the competition with two matches to spare.

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