Eintracht Frankfurt has held Tottenham Hotspur in Germany in their third UEFA Champions League match, MySportDab reports.
It was a tremendous first-half play by Tottenham as they obviously overwhelmed Eintracht Frankfurt in the game.
The Antonio Conte-led team has needed to recover from a shock second-leg defeat at Portugal to FC Porto, conceding two goals in the stoppage-time after dominating play.
Tottenham were in control of the game against the German side as they dominated play, and the host had a tough time.
Despite pushing for an opening goal, Spurs could not find the back of the net and did not have a shot on target.
But they controlled the game and completed 269 passes against Eintracht Frankfurt’s 177.
Eintracht Frankfurt played 4 shots against Tottenham’s 6 shots, and were able to have a shot on target.
Nevertheless, Tottenham had 61% of the possession and was pushing Frankfurt to their half but could not make something happen.
The first half ended in a barren draw, with both sides going into the break without a goal.
The second half began wine improved play from both sides as the game began.
Tottenham doubled up efforts to find a winner but could not break through in the early minutes of the game.
It was still 0-0 as both sides fell to find the back of the net with fewer minutes remaining into the second half.
The game ended on a barre draw after the final while as both sides shared the spoils in the game.