With a 1-0 lead from the previous leg in Italy, it's not as though Harry Redknapp will be particularly angry with a 0-0 scoreline at half time, but things still don't look great for Tottenham, who are being played off the pitch by AC Milan. Spurs centreback William Gallas is the only reason the scores are still level, incidentally, having cleared a deflected Robinho shot off the goal line with keeper Heurelhio Gomes completely out of the picture. The match has been a fry cry from the first leg in Milan, where Tottenham were completely comfortable for the first 45 minutes - while they started relatively strongly here that spark died out after the first ten minutes, and the further we've progressed into the match the more the visitors have dominated play.
Tottenham simply need to control the ball better, and either keep possession or release their front men far quicker. Aaron Lennon's speed is only a factor if he actually gets the ball, and Peter Crouch's height hasn't really shown whenever Spurs have been able to swing crosses in. Milan, on the other hand, are hugely impressive, and the skill and movement of the front three of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Alexandre Pato, and Robinho is simply proviing too much for Spurs to deal with at the moment. Still, the Rossoneri need to score, and they haven't done that yet.