Robinho determined to sink Spurs and rule Europe with Milan

07 March 2011 12:23
Robinho is confident AC Milan can win at White Hart Lane and end Tottenham's dreams of Champions League glory. [LNB]The Italian giants arrive in north London 1-0 down from last month's first leg but former Manchester City forward Robinho insists the last-16 tie is far from over. [LNB]'Unfortunately, we lost the home leg in a difficult match,' said the Brazilian forward. 'And we conceded a goal when we were playing better but that does not mean we cannot win there. I honestly believe we can win in England.[LNB] Warning: Milan forward Robinho expects to come out on top at Tottenham[LNB]'The Champions League is a great competition and unfortunately I haven't had the opportunity to win it. So I hope to become a European champion here with Milan. [LNB] 'It is a competition I love playing in, a difficult one, the toughest in European football. We hope to win it this season. And if not, we will try to win it over the coming years. [LNB]'Now I am enjoying this new and exciting time in Milan, with a great team. We're in good shape and ready to be champions.' [LNB]Robinho was an expensive flop at Manchester City after arriving from Real Madrid for ?32.5million in 2008 and he had a spell at Santos on loan before his switch to Serie A last summer.[LNB]The move paid off for both parties and table-topping Milan are chasing their first Italian championship title for seven years. [LNB]Robinho added: 'The team are playing very well. We are happy we are top of the league. Of course there are still many matches left, but in my first season I feel I'm adapting well. I hope to carry on like this until the end of the season.' [LNB] Defoe: It would be just perfect to score my 100th Spurs goal against MilanBale and Van der Vaart set to start against Milan as Spurs go on the attackWolves 3 Spurs 3: Fletcher levels late after Defoe and Doyle hit doublesAll the latest Tottenham news, features and opinion[LNB]  Explore more:People: Robinho Places: Madrid, Milan, London, United Kingdom, Europe

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