Tottenham showed their prowess in Group H, forcing Real Madrid into a draw at Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday night, according to the Guardian. Harry Kane's witty move forced Madrid center back Raphael Varane to divert Serge Aurier's long cross into his own net to put Spurs in front in the 28th minute. The goal marked the Spurs' first goal against Real Madrid in four meetings. Two minutes left before half-time, Cristiano Ronaldo struck home the equalizer to put his side back in the contest and ultimately extended his tally as the leading scorer in Champions League history.

Afterward, both teams enjoyed equal possession and attempts, but they never found a way out to double the scoreline, and they eventually settled for a stalemate at full-time. The draw puts Tottenham atop of the group with 7 points, the same points as Madrid but superior on goal difference. Here's a complete review of the match.

Real Madrid outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Keylor Navas (7.31). Defender - Achraf Hakimi (6.31), Raphael Varane (six points), Sergio Ramos (6.74), Marcelo (6.69). Midfielder - Casemiro (8.32), Luka Modric (6.96), Toni Kroos (7.40), Isco (7.09). Forward - Karim Benzema (6.21), Cristiano Ronaldo (7.70). Used substitutes - Marco Asensio (six points), Lucas Vázquez (5.91).

Team's strength and weakness: Zinedine Zidane's side created chances through individual efforts, set pieces, and counterattacks. In addition, they were somehow weak at finishing and committed lots of individual fumbles especially in the defense.

Style of play: Madrid played short and long passes with space. Also, they favored counter attacks and operated through both flanks.

Tottenham outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Hugo Lloris (8.22). Defender - Serge Aurier (6.70), Toby Alderweireld (6.83), Davinson Sánchez (6.74), Eric Dier (6.49), Jan Vertonghen (7.52). Midfielder - Christian Eriksen (6.93), Moussa Sissoko (6.80), Harry Winks (6.77). Forward - Fernando Llorente (6.65), Harry Kane (6.90).

Used substitutes - Danny Rose (six points), Son Heung-Min (5.95).

Team's strength and weakness: Spurs created chances in front of goal through set pieces, long crosses and through balls. They sometimes lost possession to Madrid.

Style of play: Tottenham showed no specific style or pattern of play throughout the encounter.

Who's the most performed player in the match?

Christian Eriksen was everywhere in the field, setting up opportunities through his accurate passes. The Dutchman impressively manned the center midfield role for Spurs

Next clash for both sides

In their second leg tie, Tottenham will welcome Real Madrid at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday 1 November.