TOTTENHAM were stunned by Bayern Munich who ran out 7-2 winners in this Champions League group game. Yes SEVEN.
With this area of North London still reeling from the shock news that local girl Adele might be dating superstar grime artist Skepta – they could have done without this as well.
3 Harry Kane reacts during Bayern Munich's mauling of SpursCredit: Rex Features
The night started brilliantly for Spurs when Heung-min Son gave them the lead but by half-time Bayern were ahead through Joshua Kimmich and Robert Lewandowski.
Then an awful spell early in the second half saw ex-Arsenal man Serge Gnabry score a brace inside a few minutes.
Harry Kane pulled one back from the spot to provide some hope but Gnabry wasn't finished. He went on two score two more with those sandwiched by a Lewandowski strike.
Here's how Simon Rice rated the bewildered Spurs players.
Hugo Lloris – 2/10
The Frenchman stopped a few stinging shots on a tricky night for keepers due to the extreme wet weather. But on a night when you concede SEVEN goals, a score of two feels generous.
Serge Aurier – 2
Should have been off the pitch inside 10 mins for a sickening tackle in which he jumped two footed on David Alaba. A liability at the back as well but his desire to get forward did also cause Bayern problems. Lost the plot in the second half.
Toby Alderweireld – 4
Some good clearing headers but like the rest of the defence, totally embarrassed in the second period.
Jan Vertonghen – 3
Was made to look a fool in the build up to Bayern's second goal as Lewandowski flicked the ball over his head.
Danny Rose – 3
Won the penalty for Spurs but that's as good as it got. Struggled to get forward and was torn apart at times by Coman – who he blatantly fouled in the box but somehow got away with.
Harry Winks – 2
Gave away possession in midfield time and again and was eventually punished when Gnabry scored his second. Poor game.