Tottenham's Georges-Kevin N'koudou, center right, celebrates his goal with his teammates against APOEL during the Champions League Group H soccer match between Tottenham and APOEL Nicosia in London, Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)
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Washing away the pain of last year's botched Champions League campaign, Tottenham completed this group stage as Europe's leading team.A 3-0 victory over an ineffective APOEL Wednesday took the team to 16 points, the highest total of any team this season, and first place in Group H ahead of holder Real Madrid.With top spot already secured, Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino even had the luxury of giving fringe players a run-out at Wembley Stadium.That is something Tottenham has not achieved in a month, collecting only two points from its last four fixtures.The omens are good for Tottenham in the Champions League.The furthest Tottenham has previously reached was the quarterfinals in 2011 .Bayern Munich and Juventus are among the second-place teams who could await the north London club in the draw on Monday.Borussia Dortmund took third place to qualify for the Europa League despite losing to second-place Real Madrid 3-2 .
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