Here's everything important you may have missed from Bayer Leverkusen v Tottenham

Hugo Lloris’s save saw Tottenham finish a goalless draw against Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League.

Leverkusen dominated the second half at the BayArena and looked certain to score when Javier Hernandez had the goal at his mercy until a darting Lloris came to the rescue.

Here are all the highlights from the game:

Tweet of the match

Star man

(Adam Davy/EMPICS Sport)
Obviously Hugo Lloris – how important could the Frenchman’s second-half save prove to Tottenham’s hopes of qualification?

Hernandez was just only two yards out at the back post when Lloris darted across to scramble the ball off the line.

He made several other saves too to earn his side an important point.

Moan of the match

(Martin Meissner/AP)
Where was the first-half Tottenham in the second half?

Spurs dominated the opening 45 minutes and created a handful of excellent chances but emerged a different team after the break.

Both teams have reason to feel they should have won the match.

Data point

This is the first time Bayer Leverkusen have kept a clean sheet against English opposition in 17 attempts in the Champions League.

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