Tottenham Hotspur clinched a spot in the Europa League quarter-finals with a 2-0 home victory over Dinamo Zagreb on Thursday. Harry Kane scored both goals.
The England captain was in the right position to convert a rebound in the 25th minute, and he added a second after the break to give his team some protection ahead of their trip to Croatia next week.
Jose Mourinho’s side put in a strong performance to win their fifth game in a row in all competitions.
As Mislav Orsic ran through on goal in the first minute, a hard-working Dinamo might have made a perfect start, but he fired tamely.
Spurs were in command after that, with Kane’s 25th and 26th goals of the season enough to make them strong favorites to advance to the last eight.
The sight of Kane getting an ice pack applied to his knee after he was substituted late on was the only concern for Tottenham, who face Arsenal in the north London derby on Sunday.