Tottenham's sensational Champions League victory against Borussia Dortmund has compared them to the former Manchester class of former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.

Heung-Min Son sent Spurs on his way to a fast-paced Wembley win and opened the scores before Jan Vertonghen and Fernando Llorente finished the race.

This Tottenham was well prepared for the Champions League quarter-finals and throughout Europe warns that the team of Mauricio Pochettino is a serious opponent.

And there could be no higher praise than Wenger – the former longtime manager of Tottenham's arch rivals Arsenal.

He compared them to the great Manchester United side, made up of Ryan Giggs native talents, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt, David Beckham and Gary Neville.

Tottenham son Heung -min celebrates at the end of the victory of his team against Borussia Dortmund

The Class of 92 helped Manchester United win their first ever Premier League title in 1993 and laid the foundation for the club's great success in the 1990s under coach Sir Alex Ferguson, who served in the league's historic doubles in 1999, the FA Cup and the Champions League ended.

Referring to BEIN SPORTS, Wenger told Tottenham, "I'm an Arsenal fan, so it's a touchy subject for me, but I'd like to say there are generations of young players.

"They look like the Manchester United generation of Giggs, Scholes, Butt, Beckham and Neville, and they've made it to the top.

Manchester United's class of & # 39; 92: Phil Neville, Nicky Butt, Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes

"You have the feeling that there is something in Tottenham, but at the crucial moments when you get there, you have not shown maturity.

"That's the goal of coming to maturity and showing that over the next two to three years."

Wenger said Tottenham should look now to recreate that great Manchester United side and start turning their stylish football into trophies, but Spurs warned that even after such an impressive victory, it would be difficult to do so.

Tottenham Hotspur's Fernando Llorente scores against Borussia Dortmund

He added: "Yes, it is true that it is very difficult to win trophies in England.

"In the last cup we won we had to play in the semi-final against (Manchester) City and in the final against Chelsea, but on the other hand you would like to win trophies."

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