Harry Kane scored twice for Tottenham in the 3-1 win
It was the night that Harry Kane showed he is a genuine world class talent with the footballing brain to go right to the very top.
Also, his team-mates showed they have what it takes now to stand toe to toe with the second tier of European football if not the very top – with potential for much, much more.
And finally, after two Dortmund goals were wrongly disallowed for offside and a couple of schoolboy goalkeeping blunders gifted them their victory, can we debunk the myth that Wembley is an unlucky stadium for them?
The only one who can still consider himself slightly jinxed by the national stadium is Jan Vertonghen, sent off in injury time having already been booked when Mario Gotze made a meal of a flailing arm.
Tottenham can hardly complain about the officials, though. Twice Dortmund put the ball in the back of the net either side of half-time – the first time Christian Pulisic, the second Pierre-Emerick…