A big striker's mark is a score if it really matters.
Harry Kane saved Tottenham when his late double lead led to a dramatic fight that just keeps the hope of alive the Champions League.
Do not make any mistakes without Kane playing, but his remarkable talent for achieving big goals is why you can not fix Tottenham yet.
The game slipped, Kane had one of those nights and yet his spirit never said that Tottenham's determination to make up for the result.
Incredibly, Kane has played 15 goals in 15 Champions League matches with 13 gates and two assists.
This kind of form calls him a world class striker, a kind of statistics to make himself proud of the world because he has boldly claimed he wants to pursue Lionel Messi in this contest.
They still have some way to do it, but they will need great results in the last two matches with Inter Milan and Barcelona, and yet Kane is all possible.
What is harder to understand is Tottenham's performance in the Champions League this season because they were dressed again, leaving Mauricio Pochettino on a really bad target and even fans.
The Tottenham fans started when Pochettino left Lucas Moura just about an hour when he was the best Brazilian player ever since.
But this is the first time anyone can recall that Pochettino is starting to guess he made a replacement.
Their frustration reflects Tottenham's European mistakes this season, because their home form is good and still faces in the Champions League.
This time Tottenham returned in just 63 seconds and what had become supporters of the whole night as supporters – attendance was only 46,588, although the gate was limited to 51,000 – she probably thought: here we go again.
Gaston Pereiro's cage caused confusion in the Spurs box, Dele Alli was blocked and lost his man, allowing Luuk de Jong to climb over Toby Alderweireld and went home.
Slack Marking, lack of defensive discipline, and an absolute gift goal for opponents.
PSV are barely European heavyweights, but it has been the story of the Tottenham season in Europe so far.
In justice, Tottenham returned well and is still wondering how they did not score on the ground when they threw a kitchen sink on PSV.
But the PSV goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet stopped everything, which miraculously saved him from denying Christian Eriksen, Alli and Lucas, while the PSV Angelino scored a goal.
Tottenham was under their best and yet created enough chances to win two games, but it is clear that one of their shortcomings in Europe is lack of breadth.
Pochettino inexplicably holds Serge Aurier and Kieran Trippier's supplies are missing, while Ben Davies had a largely frustrating night on the other side.
But while Pochettino saw one substitution when he got to Lucy, Erik Lamela, another really changed the game when Fernando Llorente arrived and teamed up with Kane and gave Tottenham another attack on the attack.
Sure, it was Llorente, who played a big role in the balance when the Spurs check was over, and Kanea fled home after 78 minutes.
Tottenham turned forward and gave up the gaps in the back, but the gambling paid off in 89 minutes when Davies finally delivered a good cross, Kane rose over PSV's defense, and then his head made two deformations before crossing the line.
UEFA initially set it up as its own goal and then changed its mind and gave it to Kane because they also need to know that the Tottenham striker deserves to rescue his team again.
And you can bet that Kane, Archbishop, would be asking for the goal.