- Son Heung-Min opens the scoring after just five minutes.
- Andriy Yarmolenko equalises with a stunning strike.
- Harry Kane puts Spurs back in front with blistering strike.
- Kane's second extends the hosts' lead.
- Jan Vertonghen sent off in stoppage time after challenge on Mario Gotze
- Recap: Liverpool 2-2 Sevilla, Feyenoord 0-4 Manchester City.
A massive result for Tottenham in the context of their season as they win at Wembley for the first time since making it their permanent home. Harry Kane was at his very best and his double secures the points.
That is all we have time for on this Champions League live text. We are spoiling you this week however and we're back with a bonus night of Europa League football tomorrow with live coverage of Arsenal vs FC Cologne. Can they respond to this result from their rivals?
Until then, a very good night.
Full time: Tottenham 3-1 Borussia Dortmund
Consider the hoodoo, banished. Tottenham claim their first competitive win at Wembley inside 90 minutes for 18 years after seeing off Borussia Dortmund. Harry Kane was again the key figure with two goals, after Son Heung-Min's opener was cancelled out by Andriy Yarmolenko.
It could have been so much different for Dortmund who had goals in either half chalked off; the second of which as Aubameyang was wrongly adjudged to be offside, but Spurs were worthy of their healthy victory. Huge result both with regard to the rest of their Champions League campaign, and their domestic season, despite the late dismissal of Vertonghen.
RED CARD! Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham)
Spurs down to 10 men late on as Vertonghen holds off Gotze, who goes to ground as a hand lands in his face. The Belgian was on a yellow already but he was shown a straight red there by referee Gianluca Rocchi. That sours things a little.
Spurs just running down the clock now as Fernando Llorente enters the piece for his debut for his new club in the Champions League. No hat-trick for Kane who is replaced. Pochettino still barking instructions from the touchline but he must be delighted deep down.
Moussa Sissoko on for the final eight minutes as the tireless Son Heung-Min is replaced. He kick-started this performance with a fine opening goal and really set the tone for this performance.
Into the last 10 minutes and Tottenham have seemingly got this wrapped up. Kane should have hit hat-trick but the ball bounces wide of goal. Dortmund just playing for time it seems now. They're shot.
Christian Eriksen has the chance to make it four from Kane's pull-back but he smashes it high an wide. Chances are coming with great regularity for Tottenham now. Dortmund not really a threat at the other end.
67, 343 inside Wembley tonight. Not at the record-breaking levels of last season, but the noise has been equal to anything I heard last term.
Dortmund continue to threaten and Aubameyang comes round the back of a flicked corner but Lloris gets down well to make a fine reaction save. Tottenham stay two ahead.
Kane nets his second to double Tottenham's advantage.
Mario Götze on for Shinji Kagawa, who has slipped into the background somewhat since the game resumed.
A look at just how far onside Aubameyang was before he netted when the score was 2-1. Game-changing decision.
GOAL! Tottenham 3-1 Borussia Dortmund (Harry Kane)
Spurs have a crucial cushion on the hour mark to compound Dortmund's troubles. Eriksen finds the England striker who takes a swing with his left foot and thunders it past Burki, who stood no chance. One of the best cold-blooded finishers around.
Aubameyang tries to make amends for the disallowed goal with a free-kick from 30 yards but he sends his effort soaring into the stands. Dortmund have had one ir not two goals wrongly chalked off, while there should be questions asked over Harry Kane's goal too.
Ball in the net again for Dortmund. Aubameyang smashes the ball beyond Lloris from the angle from a cross from the right and the flag goes up. Replays suggest the forward was onside by several yards. An awful decision from the linesman. Dortmund's injustice continues.
Meanwhile, in Moscow......
And now a second glorious chance for Tottenham as Kane plays the ball across for Son who steadies himself but misses the target. Two misses which could come back to haunt the hosts. Dortmund live again.
Tottenham should have some daylight. Harry Kane played through in the inside right channel of the penalty area and he skies over from point-blank range. Should score.
Dortmund's fans are making plenty of noise inside Wembley as their team attempt to stage a second half comeback.
Back underway at Wembley. Can Tottenham hold on?
Dortmund are back for the start of the second half. It might not be as wet and windy as last night at Stamford Bridge, but it is still brisk around Wembley tonight. The winter coat is not far away from being called in from the ether, so to speak. Tottenham back out also.
Half time: Tottenham 2-1 Borussia Dortmund
If the opening night of the Champions League was dominated by one-sided games, tonight is the polar opposite. Wembley is playing host to a cracker so far, with Tottenham ahead by the smallest of margins. Son Heung-Ming's goal was cancelled out by Andriy Yarmolenko's cracker, but Harry Kane put Spurs back ahead with a fine strike all inside the first quarter-of-an-hour. Dortmund have dominated the game since but the hosts' lead remains intact. An intriguing second half awaits.
Ball in the net for Dortmun but it is ruled out for offside. Pulisic turned inside the finished calmly, but the whistle had already gone.
Dortmund have had 70% possession in this first 40 minutes, such has been their dominance. An equaliser seems like a matter of time, the way things are going.