Tottenham's dream of reaching the Champions League group stages is still alive, after the boys came back from being three goals behind to a 3-2 loss to Swiss side Young Boys.
Senad Lulic from Young Boys inflicted the first bit of damage at the Stade de Suisse in Bern, Switzerland, when he scored a goal in the first five minutes.
Less than ten minutes later, the Swiss side were celebrating again after Henri Bienvenu put one in the net.
Then things went from bad to worse for Spurs - Xavier Hochstrasser's 28th minute goal left Tottenham 3-0 behind in less than half an hour!
Sebastien Bassong brought a glimmer of hope to Tottenham's Champions League campaign by heading in a goal during the last few minutes of the first half.
Jermain Defoe couldn't help but look disappointed at his missed chances.
But a late goal from Roman Pavlyuchenko helped keep Spurs' Champions League dream alive. They have to beat the Young Boys in next week's second leg play-off at White Hart Lane.