The loss at Wembley knocked Tottenham out of the Champions League.
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Giorgio Chiellini's assertion that Tottenham Hotspur "always miss something to arrive at the end" would have chiseled deep into a nerve for fans of the north London club.After all, this is a Tottenham team that lost an FA Cup semifinal to Chelsea last season despite being the better side for much of the game, when a victory might even have tipped the Premier League title race in their favor.There is also the problem Tottenham have away to the so-called top six in England. This season they lost at Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City, and needed an injury-time penalty to rescue a draw at Liverpool. Who knows what impact victory over Juventus, Champions League runners-up in two of the last three years, would have had on Tottenham's inner belief.
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