Alderweireld insisted they are desperate to play their quarterfinal at the new stadium - and that could be crucial as the club battle to be ready on time. "Of course I wanted to apologise because I think you can wait half an hour and then talk with him, and for sure both should behave differently".
Even if we never played a game there it will be like our home and I think we did at Wembley, I said a couple of times that it's hard for the fans to come there and make it your home.
"I expect to play in the new stadium".
Dortmund had all the chances before the break without finding the finishing touch and with his first opportunity, Kane showed why he is one of the deadliest strikers in the competition to kill the tie off.
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Dortmund would probably have gone through had they someone like Kane in their ranks as over the two legs they failed to take their chances.
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Kane fared better from Moussa Sissoko's through ball in the 49th minute, sweeping his finish around Roman Bürki and becoming Spurs' all-time leading goalscorer in Europe with 24 in the process.
"After the first leg, 3-0, you could see the risk Dortmund took during the game".
"This is a huge step, but we have to keep growing and we need more nights like this", Kane said.
Tottenham goalkeeper Lloris added: "As expected they pushed in the first 20 mins and we stayed strong together and that's why we got through". For me, after five years, it was the first time that we're going to face this situation and for the players and team this was new.
Kane, who has scored 22 goals this season, said reaching the last eight would be proof his team has at least made progress. "I need to apologise to him and all of the officials".