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Dembele out until 2019

Sky Sports - tor, 08/11/2018 - 13:53
Mousa Dembele will be sidelined until the new year after scans revealed the Tottenham midfielder has sustained ankle ligament damage.

Arsenal vs Spurs QF live on Sky

Sky Sports - tor, 08/11/2018 - 11:00
Arsenal's Carabao Cup quarter-final tie with Tottenham will be shown live on Sky Sports on Wednesday, December 19.

PL questions: Sterling, Barkley to star?

Sky Sports - tor, 08/11/2018 - 08:30
Can Raheem Sterling and Ross Barkley shine in their Renault Super Sunday clashes? We look at some of the questions in the Premier League this weekend.

Champions League permutations

Sky Sports - ons, 07/11/2018 - 23:43
With only two group games left to play in the Champions League, we take a look at just what the English sides now need to do in order to progress to the knockout phase of Europe's premier club competition.

Premier League build-up

Sky Sports - ons, 07/11/2018 - 22:34

Get yourself the Harry Kane bottle

Sky Sports - ons, 07/11/2018 - 19:30
Harry Kane has joined forces with Sky Ocean Rescue and ocean conservation movement Project 0 to launch a reusable limited-edition bottle to inspire people to #PassOnPlastic.

Empty seats show Spurs supporters are tiring of being away from home | Paul MacInnes

Guardian - ons, 07/11/2018 - 10:00

Delays to the new White Hart Lane have resulted in Wembley – even for big games – becoming an unwelcoming venue

For a long part of the night, the vibe here was not good. It wasn’t exactly bad either, but it did lack a lot of the elements that, were you to observe them, might make you think: “Ah, this is an important match, the crowd is desperate for their team to win and I’m falling in love with the drama of elite European competition all over again.”

In front of a half-full stadium, Spurs laboured against a PSV side with no pressure on their shoulders and a raucous pocket of support behind them.

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Kane: Inter match is critical

Sky Sports - ons, 07/11/2018 - 07:20
Forward Harry Kane says Tuesday's win over PSV has given Tottenham "hope" in the Champions League.

Hughton: My inspirations in football

Sky Sports - ons, 07/11/2018 - 07:00
Chris Hughton has become one of the most respected managers in the Premier League - but who shaped the Brighton manager's development in the game?

Mauricio Pochettino: Spurs can progress in Champions League after PSV win

Guardian - ons, 07/11/2018 - 00:36
• Tottenham likely to need results against Inter and Barcelona
•‘The belief is there. In Milan I think we played better than them’

Mauricio Pochettino still believes his Tottenham side can qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League after they scraped a vital victory over PSV Eindhoven at Wembley.

With Internazionale drawing against Barcelona in the other fixture in Group B, Spurs not only have to beat Inter in three weeks but will almost certainly need to achieve a better result than the Italian club in the final matchday – when Spurs travel to the Camp Nou.

Related: Spurs cling on in Europe after Harry Kane’s late heroics help sink PSV

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Van Bommel slams Spurs pitch

Sky Sports - ons, 07/11/2018 - 00:20
PSV manager Mark van Bommel described the Wembley pitch as "s***" but refused to blame it for his side's 2-1 defeat by Tottenham on Tuesday.

Poch: I am optimistic

Sky Sports - ons, 07/11/2018 - 00:15
Mauricio Pochettino is "optimistic" about Tottenham's next two Champions League games after they beat PSV 2-1 on Tuesday.

Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 PSV Eindhoven: Champions League – as it happened

Guardian - tir, 06/11/2018 - 23:09

Harry Kane scored twice at Wembley to prevent Spurs from exiting the Champions League group stage

Spurs cling on in Europe after Kane’s late heroics sink PSV

11.43pm GMT

Related: Mauricio Pochettino: Spurs can progress in Champions League after PSV win

11.10pm GMT

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10.09pm GMT

Read David Hytner’s match report from Wembley:

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10.06pm GMT

Harry Kane and Harry Winks talk. “It’s unbelievable, I think we fully deserved it as well,” Kane says. “First half, second half, I think we were on the attack all of the time. A bit of luck with the second one, but I think we deserved it. We could have been more clinical but we will take the win because it keeps us in the Champions League.” Winks adds: “We were excellent after we conceded. It is always tough against teams that drop off deep, but we found a way to win and all dug in.”

9.54pm GMT

Harry Kane gets Mauricio Pochettino’s side out of jail, on a night when Spurs were frustrated for long periods. They dominated after trailing to Luuk De Jong’s header after just 62 seconds, but Jeroen Zoet in the PSV goal proved hard to beat. Credit to Tottenham, though, who never gave up the fight, with Harry Winks among their better performers. A huge result for Spurs, who ultimately did what they had to. That three points keeps their hopes of qualifying out of Group B alive. It is still a tough task, with matches against Internazionale and Barcelona, at Camp Nou, to come.

9.52pm GMT

90+5 min: Angelino lifts the ball in towards Dumfries, who volleys high and wide. Spurs have less than 60 seconds to survive.

9.51pm GMT

90+4 min: Spurs have a free-kick to defend in a dangerous area after Trippier catches Lozano with a high boot. The full-back’s been booked.

9.49pm GMT

90+2 min: A few handbags between Kane and Dumfries, but the referee soon gets things restarted. As it stands, PSV are heading out. Spurs, meanwhile, will live to fight another day in the Champions League. The final score in Italy: Internazionale 1-1 Barcelona.

9.48pm GMT

90 min: There will be just the six added minutes.

9.45pm GMT

Spurs lead, via an almighty deflection. It’s a sickening goal for the Dutch to concede, with the ball pinballing off two PSV shirts en route to goal, the last of which was the substitute Erick Gutiérrez. Agonising for Zoet. It was a slick move by Spurs, with Alli sliding in Davies, who crossed for Kane to head towards goal. Cruel for PSV, but Tottenham will not care an inch.

9.45pm GMT

87 min: Gazzaniga holds Schwaab’s free header. In Italy, Mauro Icardi has struck an equaliser against Barcelona. Back to square one for Spurs, who have thrown Davinson Sanchez up front alongside Harry Kane and co.

9.44pm GMT

86 min: Lozano picks up the ball down the right flank, surrounded by white Spurs shirts. He does well to retain possession before receiving a helping hand. PSV work the ball from right to left, where Erick Gutiérrez buys a free-kick out of Lamela. The Dutch will swing it in, 25 yards or so out ...

9.42pm GMT

84 min: In Milan, Barcelona lead 1-0, courtesy of Malcom. At Wembley, Erick Gutiérrez, a centre-back, replaces the winger Steven Bergwijn.

9.41pm GMT

83 min: Big chance for Spurs! Winks – who has done really well tonight – floats a wonderful ball in from the right and Llorente finds a yard or two of space in between the two PSV centre-halves. But as Llorente leaps, he can only steer his header straight at Zoet. Either side of the PSV goalkeeper, and Spurs would have surely been in front.

9.39pm GMT

82 min: Gazzaniga makes a strong save! Donyell Malen fires straight at the Spurs goalkeeper after being released through one-on-one. His first touch was superb, but while his second was powerful, it was relatively routine to deal with.

9.37pm GMT

80 min: Sainsbury replaces Luuk De Jong, the PSV captain.

9.36pm GMT

79 min: It’s one-way traffic at Wembley, with Spurs penning PSV in as they look for a winner. Down in the dugout, the visitors are readying another change, the Australia defender Trent Sainsbury.

9.34pm GMT

A lifeline for Spurs. Llorente does brilliantly, teeing up Kane, who hammers home hard and low. A superb finish by the skipper.

9.34pm GMT

76 min: Spurs stream up the other end and Zoet makes another fine save, denying Harry Kane, the Tottenham captain, from an acute angle. PSV did well to usher Kane away from goal, slowly crowding him out to make life difficult.

9.33pm GMT

75 min: Steven Bergwijn swivels neatly on the edge of the box, before laying the ball on for Hirving Lozano, but his effort is relatively powder-puff.

9.32pm GMT

74 min: Lamela stands up a cross, which almost reaches Alli at the back post but Denzel Dumfries nods clear. And now’s time for that double change, with Trippier and Llorente on for Aurier and Son.

9.30pm GMT

73 min: Pochettino looks set to summon Kieran Trippier and Fernando Llorente off the bench. Can they dig Spurs out of trouble?

9.29pm GMT

72 min: Donyell Malen replaces Gastón Pereiro for PSV. The latter takes an age to come off, as you would expect. Spurs need a goal.

9.28pm GMT

70 min: Dumfries sprints back on to the field, signalling he’s OK, but PSV have got Donyell Malen stripped and ready for action.

9.26pm GMT

69 min: Denzel Dumfries is down with a touch of cramp. Spurs are fuming.

9.25pm GMT

68 min: Aurier is essentially playing as a right winger, as Spurs push for an equaliser. It’s going to be a long 20 minutes for PSV at this rate.

9.24pm GMT

66 min: A moment’s panic inside the PSV defence, as Alli dances his way through before losing his footing. Son then bends an effort at goal, but Schwaab throws a leg at it and it’s deflected wide. Eriksen’s corner in comes to nothing, but Spurs will try to recycle possession. PSV have almost every man behind the ball.

9.22pm GMT

64 min: Some neat passing inside the PSV penalty area comes to nothing. It was a nice triangle between Aurier, Lamela and Eriksen. As things stand, Spurs are not only heading out of the Champions League but will also drop to the bottom of Group B, leaving any potential Europa League spot in doubt.

9.20pm GMT

62 min: Lozano is recklessly chopped down by Son. The South Korean goes into the book. He’s not had his most spectacular Spurs game.

9.19pm GMT

61 min: Plenty of boos, at the decision to substitute Lucas Moura. He had arguably been Tottenham’s biggest threat this evening. On comes Lamela.

9.18pm GMT

60 min: Eriksen dinks a ball in towards the back post and Dumfries panics by heading away needlessly for a corner. The hosts pen in PSV for a while, before a Zoet goal-kick gives the visitors a little respite after another swell of Spurs pressure.

9.16pm GMT

59 min: Aurier drills in a cross from the right, but there’s Viergever once more to intercept. He and Schwaab have been superb in defence. Spurs, meanwhile, are readying Erik Lamela.

9.15pm GMT

56 min: Gazzaniga makes a big save from Gastón Pereiro! It stemmed from another PSV set-piece and another free header from the corner. Steven Bergwijn had an effort deflected over after a neat give-and-go with Lozano.

9.13pm GMT

55 min: Moura does really well, dribbling down the right to the byline but Angelino stands firm and gets a bit lucky too, as PSV win the goal-kick.

9.11pm GMT

52 min: Gazzaniga twirls away from Lozano with a daring Cruyff-turn. Spurs immediately go up the other end but Alli drives over his curled effort. It was heart-in-mouth stuff for nervy Spurs fans.

9.09pm GMT

51 min: The PSV supporters are making a real racket inside a pocket of Wembley. They’re enjoying themselves. Spurs, not so much.

9.07pm GMT

50 min: Winks does well to jink away from Lozano, before spreading the ball out to Moura. Aurier then swings in the cross, but Zoet collects at his near post.

9.06pm GMT

48 min: Schwaab makes a vital challenge to deny Son. Spurs try to recycle the resulting corner, but Nick Viergever, the other PSV centre-half heads clear. PSV have played like giants – imposing and commanding in defence so far this evening.

9.04pm GMT

47 min: Moura does well, drifting in from the right before laying the ball off to Ben Davies. In acres of space and unchallenged, the left-back takes the shot on but it’s always rising. A decent start by Spurs.

9.01pm GMT

46 min: PSV get us back under way, but Kane wins an early foul for Spurs after being blocked off by Hendrix.

9.00pm GMT

Before the restart at Wembley, read about that shock in Belgrade:

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8.48pm GMT

Luuk De Jong’s header inside 62 seconds is the difference at the interval, with Spurs punished for a slack start at Wembley. The PSV captain, once of Newcastle, easily lost his marker, Dele Alli, and powered home his 11th goal of the season. Since then, Christian Eriksen and Alli have had brilliant chances but Jeroen Zoet has stood tall in the PSV goal. The Dutch have barely threatened since, with the hosts dominating possession. Work to do then for Spurs, who are heading out of the Champions League as it stands.

8.45pm GMT

45 min: Pochettino is pacing the touchline as Zoet runs down the clock. There will be just the one minute of first-half stoppage time.

8.43pm GMT

42 min: Harry Kane comes deep to collect the ball on halfway, but Luuk De Jong chops him down. Spurs take it short before Davies flies in on De Jong. It’s another foul, another free-kick. Spurs could do with what would be a very timely goal.

8.41pm GMT

39 min: Son goes down under a PSV challenge, and a few hundred half-hearted penalty appeals are waved away by the referee. It was Denzel Dumfries getting at his man, but Son was seemingly more crowded out than anything. Schwaab concedes another corner, which is played short before Zoet gathers.

8.40pm GMT

38 min: Spurs have found lots of joy down the left through Davies, Son and a floating Moura, but Serge Aurier has been scarcely involved.

8.38pm GMT

36 min: The ball in is deep, too deep for Kane and Tottenham cannot force it goalwards. Winks then cleanly wins the ball from Lozano, before the PSV forward eats back at the Spurs midfielder, earning himself a yellow card in the process.

8.36pm GMT

35 min: Alli makes a lovely run over the top, but Zoet makes another big save to deny the Spurs midfielder. It was a great ball by Alderweireld, and Alli beat the offside trap to buy himself a one-on-one date with Zoet. Eriksen will send in the corner ...

8.36pm GMT

34 min: Kane gets the faintest of touches to Davies’s ball from the left, but he’s hounded out by not one but two PSV bodies. And now Alli is fouled on halfway, giving Spurs another chance to push forward.

8.33pm GMT

32 min: Tottenham win another corner, but PSV clear their lines. Tottenham attempt to pen PSV in, with Davies then looking for Kane in the middle but Schwaab, who has been impressive, heads away. Back comes Davies, and Spurs are giving it a real good go, as you would expect. Meanwhile, it’s still 0-0 in Milan.

8.31pm GMT

30 min: Alli has shown little bundles of energy, but Lucas Moura has been Spurs’ main outlet, a real livewire. They could do with getting him on the ball as much as possible.

8.29pm GMT

27 min: A preposterous double save by Zoet in the PSV goal! Eriksen and Alli both strike – albeit straight at the goalkeeper – but somehow Spurs are not level. The second effort, by Alli, smacked Zoet in the stomach. Alli did well, mugging Schwaab in possession before threading through Eriksen.

8.27pm GMT

25 min: Another minute, another foul. This time it’s Viergever on Harry Kane, just as the Spurs forward was beginning to stretch his legs. The free-kick from a good 35 yards is disappointing, but Sanchez almost reaches Moura’s cross.

8.25pm GMT

24 min: The PSV free-kick was poor. Mark Van Bommel frantically makes a few notes down in his technical area. He’ll be chuffed with this so far.

8.25pm GMT

23 min: Davies clatters Lozano. PSV earn a free-kick 25-odd yards from goal, from the right. The Wales left-back was lucky to escape a booking there.

8.24pm GMT

22 min: Brilliant mazy run by Lucas Moura, but Zoet blocks his effort! It was a superb foray upfield by the Spurs forward, whose pace and drive allowed him to dance away from four or five PSV shirts before getting his shot off. He actually had two bites of the cherry, but his first was blocked well by Schwaab.

8.22pm GMT

20 min: And now Lozano fouls Alderweireld. Things have got a bit scrappy, but Spurs will take anything at the moment.

8.19pm GMT

19 min: Kane fouls Angelino. Spurs have got a little sloppy.

8.19pm GMT

17 min: PSV win a couple of corners in quick succession. Dele Alli is the man tasked with keeping an eye on De Jong, having lost him inside the first 90 seconds to allow the Dutchman to power home.

8.16pm GMT

15 min: The Wembley pitch, battered by the NFL last weekend, is still patchy at best. And now PSV win a free-kick just inside their own half after Son’s penalised.

8.15pm GMT

14 min: Son pings in a cross from the left in search of Harry Kane but it’s repelled by PSV. The Dutch look to break on the counter but Eriksen tracks back.

8.12pm GMT

10 min: Spurs have seen plenty of the ball since going behind. Time for a bit of steady possession, switching play from left-to-right and vice-versa. As things stand, Tottenham would exit the Champions League.

8.10pm GMT

9 min: Another reverse pass, this time by Alli for Kane. The Spurs captain latches on to it inside the box but his low effort is blocked. The resulting corner is hacked away. Tottenham’s response has been resounding. Pochettino will be as pleased as he can be, but they were oh so sloppy for the PSV opener.

8.07pm GMT

7 min: Eriksen drills an effort at goal! PSV clear. It was a lovely little interchange between Winks and the Dane, with the former’s reverse pass playing Eriksen into space in the box after a short corner. A lively start at Wembley.

8.06pm GMT

6 min: Angelino clears off the line to deny Spurs! Sanchez nods Eriksen’s corner towards goal and Alli cleverly flicks an effort goalwards. But Angelino, on the back post, instinctively clears. A positive response by Tottenham.

8.05pm GMT

5 min: Dele Alli earns a corner, with his shot taking a nick off the PSV defender and going out for a corner. Eriksen will whip it in.

8.05pm GMT

4 min: Tottenham look to build down the left, with Son and Ben Davies combining, but PSV crowd them out. Spurs look shell-shocked.

8.01pm GMT

A nightmarish start. Pochettino can only frown as De Jong wheels away. He leapt high near the penalty spot to power home a header beyond Gazzaniga. De Jong was totally unchallenged, after wriggling away from Dele Alli. That’s his 12th goal of the season. A brilliant, fast start by PSV.

8.01pm GMT

1 min: PSV win an early corner, with Alderweireld hooking a low ball from the left out. Angelino did well to latch on to De Jong’s pass.

8.00pm GMT

And Spurs get things started.

7.57pm GMT

The players head out of the tunnel. Kick-off will be upon us any moment now at Wembley, once that Champions League anthem is out of the way. It is an explicit task for Tottenham: win.

7.49pm GMT

Errrrm, Thierry Henry’s Monaco have been walloped 4-0 at home by Club Brugge. Hans Vanaken, Wesley Moraes and Ruud Vormer grabbed the goals. Liverpool, meanwhile have lost 2-0 in Belgrade. Spurs will be hoping to avoid a similar slip-up.

7.46pm GMT

An email, courtesy of David Wall. “Today’s Fiver aside, have Pochettino and Spurs been getting a bit of an easy ride about their pathetic showing in Europe so far this season?” he asks. “They’ve been careless and sloppy, throwing away two winning positions while being comprehensively outplayed in the other match. Sure they didn’t spend any money in the transfer window but that was a choice about their transfer policy not dissimilar to buying poorly. It wasn’t imposed on them (okay perhaps they’re not owned by a billionaire and make fantastic sums from TV, oh wait, yes they are, and yes they do). It’s lining up to be another trophy-less season, with a relatively early exit from Europe but decorated by flashes of attractive football and with the compensation of a top four finish. When another north London club was doing that recently the manager and the team got pilloried and ridiculed.”

Related: The Fiver | Can Spurs pull off a preposterously outlandish and implausible escape?

7.44pm GMT

A clean-shaven Mauricio Pochettino speaks pre-match. “I think it always tough to pick one goalkeeper but I think the form of Paulo [Gazzaniga] in the last few games, against West Ham in the Premier League when Michel and Hugo was injured,” he says. “To be fair, he deserves to have a continued opportunity. We trust him, we have three fantastic keepers.” Of the match, he says: “It’s a must-win game. We need to pick 11 players we think are the best to win.”

7.32pm GMT

The last time Tottenham hosted PSV, Jefferson Farfan scored the only goal of the game in the Uefa Cup at White Hart Lane in 2008. That was the last time they have won in England, having been defeated at Liverpool and drawing at Old Trafford since then. The second leg PSV are first Dutch club side to play at Wembley since Ajax in the 1971 European Cup final. That Spurs team 10 years ago – managed by Juande Ramos – featured some gems: Lee Young-Pyo, Pascal Chimbonda and Steed Malbranque among others.

7.19pm GMT

Meanwhile, Liverpool are in trouble in Belgrade:

Related: Red Star Belgrade v Liverpool: Champions League – live!

7.13pm GMT

Good news for Tottenham? There is no Lionel Messi in the Barcelona squad in Milan this evening. Ousmane Dembélé and Luis Suárez both start however.

7.09pm GMT

Headline team news: So, six changes for Mauricio Pochettino’s side. Gazzaniga is preferred to Michel Vorm, with Hugo Lloris suspended. It’s also Dele Alli’s first start in the Champions League this season. Just the one change for PSV from the team that drew 2-2 in Eindhoven, with Steven Bergwijn restored to the team.

6.59pm GMT

Tottenham Hotspur: Gazzaniga; Aurier, Alderweireld, Sánchez, Davies; Winks, Eriksen; Moura, Alli, Son, Kane

Subs: Vorm, Trippier, Skipp, Walker-Peters, Sissoko, Lamela, Llorente

4.49pm GMT

It’s Champions League crunch-time for Tottenham Hotspur. Spurs will be eliminated if they lose and Internazionale beat Barcelona, who top Group B. That Eindhoven equaliser courtesy of Luuk de Jong last time out in this competition did considerable damage, leaving Spurs at risk of a second group-stage exit in three seasons. March, of course, was not so long ago, when Juventus eventually edged Spurs out on aggregate. That run, during which they overcame Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid was supposed to act as a springboard for more of the same, but Mauricio Pochettino’s side have been out-of-sorts too often in Europe this season. Too often, they have ambled through games. Pochettino is adamant that failing to qualify would be disappointing, as opposed to embarrassing. “I think it’s a great opportunity to get the three points and to have the hope to go to the next stage – and then we have Inter Milan here and play the last game in Barcelona,” Pochettino said. “Maybe if they [Barcelona] win it can help us, but we are the most important thing.” At Wembley, on semi-home soil, they are more than capable of getting things back on track. In the Premier League, things could not be more different, having made their best ever start to a season following a 3-2 win at Wolves on Saturday evening. The good news is that Spurs should welcome back Dele Alli, though Mousa Dembele remains out with an ankle injury. “It won’t be an easy game, it is a must-win for Spurs but if we want to do something as well we have to win as well,” said the PSV coach, Mark Van Bommel. “So, let’s enjoy.”

Kick-off: 8pm (GMT)

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Spurs cling on in Europe after Harry Kane’s late heroics help sink PSV

Guardian - tir, 06/11/2018 - 23:03

Tottenham’s Champions League campaign still has a pulse. It was another curious evening at a half-empty Wembley, one that lacked intensity for long spells despite a dominant performance from Mauricio Pochettino’s team.

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Kane keeps Spurs' CL hopes alive

Sky Sports - tir, 06/11/2018 - 23:00
Harry Kane kept Tottenham's hopes of qualifying for the knockout rounds of the Champions League alive as they beat PSV 2-1 at Wembley.

Spurs' golden cockerel returns home

Sky Sports - tir, 06/11/2018 - 21:06
Tottenham's golden cockerel that once sat on top of White Hart Lane is now part of their new stadium.

Tottenham 2-1 PSV recap

Sky Sports - tir, 06/11/2018 - 16:15

Tyler's stats: Unbeaten starts, but no title

Sky Sports - tir, 06/11/2018 - 13:10
Which teams have had long unbeaten starts and not won the title? Can anyone match Spurs' run against promoted sides?

Champions League: previews for the crunch games this week

Guardian - tir, 06/11/2018 - 11:35

Form guide, fitness news and facts on Juventus v Manchester United, Spurs v PSV, Napoli v PSG and CSKA Moscow v Roma

By Ben McAleer for WhoScored

We’re halfway through the group stage in the Champions League and it’s getting tight. The results of these five games will go some way to deciding which clubs will still be in the competition after Christmas.

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