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Harry Kane blamed Tottenhams poor home form as the reason for his sides exit from the Champions League with a game still to play. Spurs have lost both matches in European football at their temporary home of Wembley and needed a positive result away at Monaco to have a chance of qualifying for the knockout stages - but they fell to a 2-1 defeat at the Stade Louis II. Sky Sports Black Friday sale Upgrade to Sky Sports now and get 12 months half price! There is still hope of Europa League football as they take on bottom club CSKA Moscow in the final group game - but the striker feels his side could have gone further in the competition if they performed better at Englands national stadium. The England international said: I think losing two of our home games in this competition, its got to be a fortress at home (and) although we are playing at Wembley this year, its no excuse. Mauricio Pochettino looks dejected after the game When teams come over to us, we have to make it difficult and use that to our advantage and we didnt.Its always difficult away from home in the Champions League and Monaco knew what they had to do.Its disappointing, I dont think we were good enough today anyway, but we got ourselves back in the game at 1-1 but it was a schoolboy error to concede straight after. Spurs were eliminated with a game to spare in the Champions League group stage It took the stuffing out of us and obviously we didnt have enough to get back in the game.I dont think on the day we were good enough, we found it difficult to play from the back, they pressed us high but we are gutted.We wanted to go far in this competition. We will look back and say the home games is where we should have been better.Upgrade to Sky Sports now and get 12 months half price. Hurry, offer ends December 4! 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Billy Hamilton got the slugging started by leading the game off with a home run, and the Reds finished Sunday afternoon with eight runs over the final two innings to send Milwaukee fans to the exits early in a 13-4 victory. Brandon Phillips added a two-run shot in the first inning and Todd Frazier later hit his team-high 15th homer for the Reds. Hamilton connected for the second straight day, off Marco Estrada (5-4). "We know we can do it, but we havent been doing it a lot," Frazier said. "Today, it showed we can do those (kinds) of things and we got a pitcher that we can hit a little bit." The Reds moved back within two games of .500 despite a rocky outing by Mike Leake (4-6), who allowed four runs on nine hits and three walks in five innings. Cincinnati took two of three from the NL Central-leading Brewers. "It was definitely big," manager Bryan Price said. "Were establishing the fact that we can play this team very well." 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