That was the last kick of the match and NS Mura, already out of this competition, wildly celebrate a historic night for the club. What a finish; football is magical.
- 2nd Half
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NŠ Mura - Tottenham Hotspur
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- GoalAmadej MarosaNŠ Mura
GOAL! NS Mura 2 (Marosa 90+4') Tottenham Hotspur 1
Oh my word, NS Mura have only gone and nicked it! Ben Davies gives the ball of the way, and a long ball sends Marosa away through the inside right channel. He gets into the area, cuts inside Sanchez, and a low shot with his left clips the sliding Sanchez, looping over Gollini and landing in the net! What a moment!
Moura wins a free kick, 35 yards out and central. This is rapidly approaching last chance stuff for Spurs, Son to take. He clips it to the penalty spot, where Tanganga gets the flick but it's over the bar.
We'll have a minimum of four added minutes.
Moura piles forward for Spurs and lets fly from 25 yards, but it's a yard over the bar.
Big news from France: Vitesse have pulled it back to 3-3!
Cipot replaces Horvat for NS Mura.
With Vitesse Arnhem losing tonight, and Spurs goal in the next few minutes will keep them in the competition after Christmas. It nearly comes when Obradovic drags a clearance low to Skipp, who shoots from 40 yards but it drifts a couple of yards wide.
CHANCE! Spurs win a corner. Son swings it in, Dier flicks it on and Kane gets right under it at the back post and sticks his header over the bar.
Lorbek clips Moura's heels to send him tumbling, and is booked.
They might be a man light but if we're going to have a winner here, Spurs are looking far more likely. Hojbjerg exchanges passes with Kane and almost barrels through the middle before being dispossessed.
Conte is not happy about something on the touchline; for vocalising his thoughts, he is booked.
Lotric replaces Sturm for NS Mura.
Skipp wins a corner for Spurs, who are all over NS Mura here.
Son has a wallop from the edge of the area, which hits Ndombele on the back of the head and goes behind for a goal kick. That's Ndombele's last action as he's replaced by Hojbjerg.
- GoalHarry KaneTottenham Hotspur
GOAL! NS Mura 1 Tottenham Hotspur 1 (Kane 72)
You know how he does. Moura flicks a delightful pass through to Kane in the right of the area. Kane takes a touch, and Obradovic is on him quickly. No matter; he wedges a lovely chip over the diving goalkeeper and into the far corner of the net. Game on!
In northern France it's now Rennes 3 Vitesse Arnhem 1.
Kane has a go from the free kick, but sails it a couple of yards over the bar.
Gorenc wrestles Kane to the floor, 30 yards from goal when Kane would have been away after spinning him. I'd say Gorenc is rather lucky to still be out there.
Sturm is booked for bringing down Moura.
Kane breaks forwards and feeds Tanganga on the right. Once more, the low cross into the area fins no one and NS Mura clear.
Two changes for NS Mura now, as Oura and Marosa replace Mulahusejnovic and Kozar.
CHANCE! The corner finds Kane, completely unmarked, and he can only put a meek downward header straight at Obradovic.
Spurs are going for it, and Son has an immediate impact. He cuts in from the left, all the way to the right of the area, twisting to fire in a shot that Obradovic palms behind.
Conte has seen enough, and there are four (!) changes for Spurs - Son, Moura, Dier and Davies replace, in no order, Rodon, Gil, Doherty and Alli.
Oooh, scrap! Gil goes on a dance through three on the right and hits the deck, but no penalty is forthcoming. There's some afters between Alli and Karamarko, I think for a late challenge by Alli on Obradovic, and both are booked.
Mulahusejnovic, who has been anonymous so far, apparently was not so at some point in the first half when he was booked. He's having a right old physical battle with Sanchez out there, and will need to watch himself.
- 2nd Half
We're underway in the second half.
That's half-time; much to do for Tottenham.
Kane almost gets through on the left of the area again, but is crowded out and eventually coughs the ball up.
There will be a minimum of two additional minutes.
It's a corner for NS Mura, which Sturm whips in and Gollini just about punches away to safety.
CLOSE! NS Mura put a lovely move together, left to right and back again before working the ball to Lorbek on the edge of the area. He shoots and the ball drifts inches wide of the post with Gollini rooted.
Breaking: Rennes are now two up.
To recap where we're at, Spurs need to win to have a chance of topping the group and going straight through. At the moment they're down to ten men and a goal down, with Rennes pulling away in Group G as they lead 1-0 over Vitesse Arnhem.
CHANCE! Wonderful stuff from Kane, as he gets the ball into feet from Skipp in the area and spins away deftly from Karamarko. He shoots with his left foot, but drags it inches past the near post.
- Yellow cardAlen KozarNŠ Mura
Kozar cleans out the breaking Skipp, and he goes in the book. With players losing their feet and going off them frequently, you wouldn't bet against another red card tonight.
Back on the pitch, Doherty fizzes a lovely cross through the six-yard box that has no takers.
- Red cardRyan SessegnonTottenham Hotspur
RED CARD! Disaster for Spurs. Sessegnon, already booked, lunges into a tackle on Kous near the touchline. He misses the ball and flies into Kous; it's another yellow, and he's off. Sessegnon protests, but he's got no outs on that one.
Gil finds Alli, who could drive forwards to the area. Instead he tries to find Kane, but shins the ball out for a goal kick.
Spurs are knocking. Ndombele drives forwards, and finds Doherty free on the right of the area. Doherty's low cross is poor though, and easily cleared.
Alli finds Kane on the left of the area, in space than quickly disappears. Hey lays the ball off to Sessegnon on the edge, whose shot catches a deflection and is comfortably gathered by Obradovic.
Gorenc may have got away with one here; Gil tries to slide rule Kane into the area, and Gorenc checks him right on the edge to prevent Kane going clear. Kane throws his arms up, but Nobre isn't interested.
- Yellow cardJan GorencNŠ Mura
Spurs almost got caught by a long ball over the top, but Gollini races out of his area to head the ball away from Kous. At the other end, Gorenc wipes out Kane and is booked.
Spurs look a little taken aback by going a goal behind, and NS Mura are enjoying themselves here with a spell of possession.
- Yellow cardRyan SessegnonTottenham Hotspur
Naughty from Sessegnon, as he hacks down Karnicnik and is booked.
CHANCE! Ndombele gets it through to Gil, who races clear into the Mura area. The ball bounces up, and Gil can only slash a volley high and wide from 15 yards out.
- GoalTomi HorvatNŠ Mura
GOAL! NS Mura 1 (Horvat 11) Tottenham Hotspur 0
What a strike! Horvat picks the ball up on the right as NS Mura break. He cuts into the area, past Sanchez who slips at the worst moment, and parks a glorious curler in the top corner with his left peg!
Incoming from Brittany: In the concurrent group fixture, Rennes have taken the lead against Vitesse Arnhem.
Horvat has the first shot of the night, as it bounces up and is begging to be hit from 25 yards out. He gets right under it though, and it sails over the bar.
Spurs have settled quickly here. Kane drops deep again and feeds Doherty down the right, but Gil can't control the incoming cross and it runs through to Obradovic.
It looks a bit slippy out there, with a few players skidding out of control when they try to jam the brakes on.
Almost a chance for Spurs as Kane spans off his man and tries to slide through Alli, but it's intercepted.
- 1st Half
Here we go then; in kit news it's black and white stripes for NS Mura, while Spurs are resplendent in their third shirt, which looks like someone's spilled blackcurrant squash over a newspaper.
We're five minutes from kick-off in Ljudski vrt, Slovenia and the players are wandering out onto the pitch. Your referee is Antonio Nobre.
Of the many possibilities that exist for Spurs under Antonio Conte, it will be fascinating to see what he does with Bryan Gil, who is back in the team tonight. Gil looked superb at the Olympics, but has struggled to get much game time in the Premier League. There's a chance for him to show what he's capable of tonight.
Having lost all four of their matches so far, NS Mura are out of the running in Group G. For Tottenham, a win here tonight is important if they want to advance; They're three points behind group leaders Rennes, who they face on matchday six to conclude the group, and one ahead of Vitesse Arnhem. The group winner only advances to the next round, while the runners up will go into a play-off.
In more recent and relevant history, when these two met in North London in September, Spurs hosed down NS Mura 5-1. Harry Kane hopped off the bench to grab a hat-trick.
Let's have a little history shall we? Spurs were the first English team to win a major European trophy, in their curiously forgotten (outside of their own of course) triumph in the 1963 European Cup Winners Cup. They've also backed this up by winning the UEFA Cup in 1972 and 1984, and very nearly got their mits on the big one in 2019, losing the Champions League Final to Liverpool.
As for NS Mura, this is completely new ground. They'd never played in Europe before until this season.
As far as I can tell your Spurs are going 3-4-3 here, with eight changes from their victory over Leeds United. NS Mura are sans Ziga Skoflek tonight, and come in off the back of a free weekend after their league fixture was cancelled.
And your Slovenian champions NS Mura: Obradovic; Karnicnik, Gorenc, Karamarko; Kous, Kozar, Lobrek, Sturm; Horvat, Mulahusejnovic, Pucko
Super Tottenham from the Lane:
Gollini; Tanganga, Rodon, Sanchez; Doherty, Skipp, Ndombele Sessegnon, Alli, Kane, Bryan Gil
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