Villas-Boas spurred on for Europa test
Tottenham will head into their second Europa League group match away to Panathinaikos brimming with confidence after notching up a first Premier League victory over Manchester United in 27 attempts on the weekend
“We feel confident now and our form has been impressive,” said Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas “We don’t stop here though.
It will be important to put us back on track in the group stage of the Europa League,” the ex-Chelsea coach who won the Europa League with Porto in 2011.
Spurs were held to a 0-0 draw by Italian side Lazio in their opening Group J match.