It certainly promises to be one to watch as Tottenham look to save their Champions League campaign against PSV. Up front, Tottenham will lean on Harry Kane to find the back of the net. However history isn't on PSV's side having last registered their last away in the Champions League back in 2007 against CSKA Moscow, eleven away games have passed since then.
Kane rose highest to win a header in a packed penalty area, with the ball hitting a teammate, then Sainsbury's leg - leaving Jeroen Zoet haplessly stranded in the PSV goal.
The 89th minute victor ended PSV's chances of progression from the group stage yet that didn't stop the Australian from owning the mistake and agreeing to a post-match interview with Optus Sport just minutes after the final whistle.
Well, as Liverpool were suffering a Champions League nightmare in Serbia - as they headed into half-time of their European clash 2-0 behind to minnows Red Star Belgrade - United fans instantly enjoyed celebrating the fact that the Merseysiders were struggling in a must-win game.
Fellow Australian Aziz Behich was an unused sub on the night with both he and Sainsbury still working to earn their place in the starting side after off-season moves to the Dutch champions.
PSV enters the game under similar pressure, also trailing Inter by five points. After only 62 seconds they took the lead with Luuk de Jong rising to head in a corner.
But England captain Kane came to the rescue with a predatory equaliser before heading the crucial last-gasp victor.
He reached for Erik Lamela just past the hour mark, although that switch's impact was tempered by the fact that Lucas Moura, the game's most effective player until that point, was the man to be replaced. "I saw pictures, I think it's better". 'And we want to make the most of it'. The whole season we've been grinding out results here and there.
Instead, Kane's goals in the 78th and 89th minutes gave the English team a glimmer of hope of a top-two finish in Group B with matches still to come at home to Inter Milan and away to Barcelona.
"I understand, I like it because after almost five years I think it's the first time that they've been critical of me and didn't agree with me, but in the end [it ended] 2-1", Pochettino told reporters with a laugh.
"The team is growing up". I think we need to improve.