Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Redlknapp was in charge of Spurs the last time they faced Real at the Bernabeu, which ended in a 4-0 defeat for the north Londoners, and he feels current boss Mauricio Pochettino will have to stick to his attacking principles to get anything from the game.
"They are exciting games to come against Real Madrid, tonight and then at home," he said, speaking on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.
"If they come away with a point, he [Pochettino] will be delighted but I don't think he will go there there and just park the bus because he knows it is difficult to do that for 90 minutes.
"When I went there, we got off to an horrendous start. Crouchie got sent off after about 12 minutes and that is all you need, playing with ten men. It was hard enough with 11.
"He will just hope things go their way tonight. Real Madrid have fanastic players. Their passing and movement is fantastic and they have got Ronaldo.
"Real Madrid are going to score. Tottenham will have to score to get anything out of the game tonight."