Harry Kane said Tottenham “will go all guns blazing” against Barcelona to stay in the Champions League after beating Inter 1-0.
The 2-1 defeat at San Siro and this result means the Nerazzurri have a superior head-to-head record with Inter on away goals.
Therefore, Inter need to get a better result than Spurs in the final game to go through with Barcelona to the Round of 16.
“It’s tough to play out there, the pitch ain’t great but we’re getting used to it game by game,” Kane told BT Sport.
“We played well though, we played out from the back, through the lines, and we could have got a couple in the first half. The clean sheet was massive and thankfully we got the goal.
“We will go all guns blazing now. It will be tough, but it is all to play for.”
If Tottenham win at Camp Nou, then Inter are out regardless of their result against PSV Eindhoven at San Siro.