PSV fans gather in Covent Garden to enjoy the London atmosphere before winning in the Champions League game against Tottenham at Wembley
- Fans of PSV Eindhoven have begun to make the most of their visit to London
- They have gathered in Covent Garden before their game against Tottenham
- In one of the many pubs in the area you could see fans sink one or two pinks
- Both teams need a win at Wembley to have a chance of progress
Max Winters for Mailonline
PSV Eindhoven fans have begun to enjoy their visit to London as they meet in Covent Garden ahead of their crucial Champions League game against Tottenham on Tuesday night.
Both teams need a win at Wembley to have the chance to enter the knockout stages, with both teams currently only having one point from their first three games.
PSV fans got into the spirit of things and saw them sink one or three glasses before the kick-off.
The fans of PSV Eindhoven began on Tuesday night to make the most of their visit to London
The fans gathered in Covent Garden before their Champions League match against Tottenham
PSV fans are on their feet in the bustling London tourist district
A trailer jumped into a traditional red telephone booth when his friend took the picture
Mark van Bommel's men drew 2-2 with the Premier League on Matchday 3 after Luuk de Jong equalized in the 87th minute.
This result gives hope to PSV fans who have traveled to the English capital since they drank in the early hours of Tuesday night.
They all seemed to be in good spirits as hundreds of supporters settled in front of one of the many pubs in the city's bustling tourist center.
A number of fans also posed for photos while one jumped into a traditional red phone booth and another rocked a box full of beer bottles.
You could see them sink one or three glasses before they went into the stadium
Hundreds of supporters settled in one of the many pubs in the area
A trailer, which wanted to take his alcohol along the way, cradled a box of beer bottles
The Dutch champions are undefeated in the domestic competition this season, but face a difficult task
The Dutch champion is undefeated in the domestic competition this season. Only two defeats against the rivals of Group B, Barcelona and Inter Milan, are recorded.
PSV came into the game after Eredivise's 1-0 win over Vitesse on Saturday, their 11th win in a row, taking them five points clear of Ajax in second place.
Only one win holds Tottenham's low hopes of qualifying in Champions League Group B, while a defeat could leave Mauricio Pochettino's side to finish in fourth place and leave Europe completely this season.
As the Champions League's progress is unlikely and Spurs will depend on other results to reach the knockout stage, thousands of tickets for the game starting at 20:00 will be unsold.