Tottenham 'shouldn't have any problems' in Inter second leg - Defoe

The striker believes that, if Spurs can produce a similar performance that which brought them a 3-0 first-leg victory, the Nerazzurri pose little threat in the return fixture
Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe is confident that his side "shouldn't have any problems in the second leg" after their 3-0 victory over Inter in the home leg of their Europa League tie.

Spurs cantered to a victory with an impressive performance over an abject visiting side, with Gareth Bale, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Jan Vertonghen all on the scoresheet.

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"[With] the three goals, hopefully we've done enough but it's always going to be difficult going there with their home fans - they're still a top side," Defoe observed to ITV after the game.

"It's going to be difficult but, saying that, the way we played tonight, if we do that over there then we shouldn't have any problems."

Gareth Bale, who grabbed his 10th goal in eight games with his header to open the scoring, hailed a fine showing from his side.

"We played well. I thought we set the tempo from the first whistle and made sure we made it difficult for them," the in-form winger stated.

"I think it was a great performance and, I think, a worthy result to be honest."