Tottenham Hotspur star, Harry Kane, has urged his teammates to take inspiration from Liverpool's iconic Champions League triumph in Istanbul and make an improbable comeback to qualify from their Champions League group. 

The England international's match-winning brace against PSV propelled Tottenham to their Champions League triumph this season. Having picked up just four points from as many matches, Tottenham need to get wins over group leaders Barcelona and second-placed Inter Milan to get into the last 16. 

Despite the overwhelming odds, Kane is hopeful about turning it around, with a smidgen of help from their Premier League rivals, Liverpool. 

"The Champions League has thrown up some amazing fairytales in the past," he said, as quoted by ​Liverpool Echo

"When I watched Chelsea against Barca they looked as though they had no hope and they ended up getting through somehow and winning the final. Liverpool were 3-0 down in the final and won, so sometimes things are meant to be."

"I’m not saying that this is going to be our year, but this win gives us that little bit more belief that we can get through the group and thats the next step for us. That’s all we can try and do. If we can do that we’ll be ready to fight in the knockout stages."

Tottenham return to Champions League action against Inter at Wembley on the 29th of November.