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India v England: fourth Test, day one – live!

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The ball certainly hit the pad first, and it would have hit the stumps, but not so emphatically as to overturn the on-field decision. Jennings gets another lifeline!

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India think they’ve got their man, but the on-field umpire thought the ball hit the bat first. It didn’t.

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TV networks given say over preferred A-League expansion locations

FFA asks broadcasters to identify their preferred expansion locationsTwo new teams are expected to join the competition in 2018-19Football Federation Australia has asked TV networks to state their preferred A-League expansion club locations as part of …

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Australia name unchanged squad for first Test against Pakistan

  • Peter Handscomb, Matt Renshaw and Nic Maddinson keep places
  • Jackson Bird and Chadd Sayers to duel for the third seamer position in side

Australia’s three debutants have kept their spots in an unchanged 12-man squad for the day-night first Test against Pakistan in Brisbane.

Batsmen Matt Renshaw, Peter Handscomb and Nic Maddinson will line up for the pink-ball match at the Gabba starting next Thursday after debuting for Australia in a consolation third Test win over South Africa in Adelaide last month.

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IOC extends doping sanctions on Russia as Richard McLaren’s report looms

• Damning verdict expected after ‘fundamental attack’ on sport’s integrity
• Yelena Isinbayeva is shock choice to take over Russia’s anti-doping unit

The International Olympic Committee has extended the sanctions it imposed on Russia in the summer until further notice as the sporting world waits for the publication of a landmark report into the country’s recent doping history on Friday.

The IOC announcement was made on the same day it emerged that Yelena Isinbayeva, the Russian double Olympic pole vault champion, will take charge of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency supervisory board in a move that will cause some alarm within the global anti-doping community.

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Bernard Tomic ready for a full-time coach and a crack at the top 10

  • Australian hopes to finally get a mentor on board in 2017
  • ‘I feel it could be a huge year for me,’ says world No26

He is still on the lookout for a full-time coach but Bernard Tomic believes he is primed to launch a bold quest to crack the ATP Tour top 10. The Australian is hoping to eventually find a full-time mentor next year despite enjoying a career-high world ranking of 17 in January, while flying solo.

He said finding a new coach would be a key step toward his 2017 goal of finally joining the top 10. “Hopefully in 2017 I can have someone there, a mentor – that is going to be important,” said world No26 Tomic. “I would like to reach the top 10 mark.”

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Champions League last 16: who can Arsenal, Leicester and Manchester City face next?

• Gunners could meet Bayern Munich or Real Madrid despite winning group
• Pep Guardiola’s City will want to avoid Borussia Dortmund and Atlético

The round of 16 draw will take place on Monday, 12 December at 11am, and will be televised live by BT Sport.

Arsenal and Leicester City will both be seeded as group winners and are joined by the other top-placed finishers Napoli, Barcelona, Atlético Madrid, Monaco, Borussia Dortmund and Juventus.

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Champions League roundup: Gonzalo Higuaín shoots Juventus to summit

• Striker ends drought to down Dinamo Zagreb and land Group H top spot
• Sevilla qualify for round of 16 after goalless draw in Lyon

Gonzalo Higuaín ended his scoring drought as Juventus defeated Dinamo Zagreb 2-0 to win their Champions League group.

Juventus had already qualified for the knock-out stage, but the victory secured top spot in Group H ahead of Sevilla, who also advanced following a 0-0 draw with Lyon.

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Jess Varnish ‘shocked’ by British Cycling’s verdict on Shane Sutton

• Only one of nine charges upheld against former technical director
• ‘To learn majority of complaints not upheld is heartbreaking’ – Varnish

Jess Varnish admitted she was “shocked and upset” and would appeal against the findings of an internal investigation carried out by British Cycling after it emerged only one of the nine charges she made against the former technical director Shane Sutton was upheld.

In October British Cycling upheld the claims made by Varnish that Sutton had used “inappropriate and discriminatory language” towards her, without going into the finer details of their investigation. However, the full report, which was leaked on Wednesday night, shows that only one allegation – that Sutton used the word “bitches” – was upheld.

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Marco Reus’ goal sends Dortmund top as Real Madrid finish second

Real Madrid failed to win their Champions League group for the first time in four years when a late goal by the substitute Marco Reus allowed Borussia Dortmund to equalise and clinch a 2-2 draw.

Zinedine Zidane’s side looked to be on their way to securing first place in Group F when Karim Benzema knocked in Dani Carvajal’s cutback in the 28th minute and the French striker stretched their lead by nodding in James Rodríguez’s cross in the 53rd minute.

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Celtic are a good fit for Patrick Roberts in loan spell from Manchester City

• Teenager scored a wonder goal against parent club in Champions League
• Pep Guardiola said ‘well done and keep it up’ after Tuesday’s 1-1 draw

Patrick Roberts said he has no regrets’ about joining Celtic on loan after an outstanding performance in the 1-1 Champions League draw with his parent club Manchester City and is determined to show he is capable of starring for Pep Guardiola’s side.

The England youth international, who moved to City from Fulham in July 2015 for an undisclosed fee believed to be around £11m, was only permitted to play at the Etihad Stadium because his father, Neil, insisted he should be allowed to play if the two clubs were drawn against each other. That proved to be Celtic’s gain as the 19-year-old scored a brilliant individual goal in the fourth minute that was cancelled out by Kelechi Iheanacho.

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Cronulla confirm Ben Barba is wanted back at club following stint in rehab

  • Star fullback has spent a month in Thai clinic after positive cocaine test
  • Barba will reportedly spend summer working as builder’s labourer

Ben Barba’s return to Cronulla looks increasingly likely after the NRL premiers confirmed they want the star fullback on their playing roster. But Sharks boss Lyall Gorman says the club needs evidence the 27-year-old’s off-field woes are behind him.

Related: Ben Barba again at NRL crossroads but Sharks show lessons have been learnt | Nick Tedeschi

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Sunderland cancel Yann M’Vila move after midfielder changes his mind

• Rubin Kazan midfielder had agreement to join in January
• M’Vila had successful loan spell at Stadium of Light last season

Sunderland have announced they will no longer be signing Yann M’Vila from Rubin Kazan in January.

The midfielder spent last season on loan at the Stadium of Light and had hoped to make the move permanent.

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Much-changed Leicester thrashed 5-0 by Porto

Leicester

Already qualified Leicester City suffered the worst defeat by an English team in the Champions League as Porto recorded an overwhelming victory to join the Foxes in the last 16.

Leicester were already assured of progressing as Group G winners before the game and boss Claudio Ranieri made 10 changes to his starting XI.

Porto needed to win to guarantee their place in the knockout stage and made the ideal start when Andre Silva headed home.

The Portuguese side dominated throughout, with Leicester rarely making it out of their own half, and added a deserved second through Jesus Corona’s stunning volley.

Yacine Brahimi then scored a brilliant third just before half-time, backheeling Maxi Pereira’s cross beyond goalkeeper Ben Hamer, before Silva converted a second-half penalty following Danny Drinkwater’s foul.

Diogo Jota rounded off the scoring late on, slotting home after being put through on goal.

The result took some of the shine off Leicester’s previous performances in the Champions League this season, but they can now look forward to the draw for the last 16, which takes place on Monday at around 11:00 GMT.

Pressure off? Not quite

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Passage to the knockout stage might have been secured before Wednesday’s game but Ranieri will still have felt the need for a good performance and result.

While they have exceeded expectations in the Champions League, the Foxes’ Premier League title defence has been disappointing and they sit just two points above the relegation zone.

Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez have so far been unable to recapture their form of last season and were two of the frontline players not to travel to Portugal. Instead, it was left to Leicester’s bit-part players to put on a show.

That, unfortunately, did not happen.

The Foxes had let in just one goal in their five previous Champions League games but looked capable of conceding from every Porto attack. Their defence was disjointed, with Silva allowed to rise too easily for the hosts’ first while Corona was left unmarked for the second.

In attack, Shinji Okazaki and Ahmed Musa offered little, with the latter replaced by Leonardo Ulloa at half-time. The change did nothing to improve Leicester’s attacking threat as they finished the game without a shot on target, although Ulloa did hit the crossbar late on.

Ranieri would have liked to have seen his fringe players stake a claim for a regular place in his starting XI, but instead their performance may have left the Italian concerned about his side’s strength in depth.

Who could Leicester face in the last 16? One of:
Paris St-Germain
Benfica
Bayern Munich
Bayer Leverkusen
Real Madrid
Sevilla

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Ranieri made sweeping changes for this game to give his key players a rest, but the Italian does appear to be struggling to find his strongest XI.

The Italian has not named an unchanged side for two consecutive games since 10 September – 14 games ago.

It may be that a lack of consistency is affecting the Leicester players but Ranieri will be forced to rethink his starting line-up once again for this weekend’s game against Manchester City.

Drinkwater – a crucial player for Leicester in their title-winning season – was substituted with a knee injury towards the end of the second half and an extended absence would be a blow for the Foxes, although Ranieri said after the game that he did not believe the injury to be serious.

Dates for the diary
Last 16, first leg: 14-15 February and 21-22 February
Last 16, second leg: 7-8 March and 14-15 March

‘We didn’t show our character’

“I have a clearer idea about my players now,” said Ranieri afterwards.

“We wanted to see something different, but it was too easy for Porto. We didn’t make them fight to score.

“We can lose, but I want us to show our character and our strength. We didn’t do that well enough.”

What next?

Leicester return to Premier League action this weekend as they look to start their climb up the table. They host Manchester City on Saturday before travelling to Bournemouth on Tuesday, 13 December.

An unwanted place in history – the stats

  • This was the heaviest defeat by an English side in Europe since Everton’s 5-0 defeat at Benfica in the 2009-10 Europa League.
  • Ben Hamer is the first English goalkeeper to concede five goals on his Champions League debut. Gary Walsh and Nigel Martyn both conceded four on their CL debuts.
  • FC Porto have lost just three of their past 22 Champions League home games (W14 D5 L3).
  • This was the second match this season in which Leicester have conceded 3+ goals in the first half (the other was v Man Utd in the Premier League). They didn’t do this at all in 2015-16.
  • Andre Silva scored in three of FC Porto’s final four Champions League group stage matches this season (four goals).
  • Ben Chilwell became only the third English teenager to start a Champions League game this season, after Tosin Adarabioyo and Patrick Roberts.

Line-ups

FC Porto

  • 1Casillas
  • 2Maxi Pereira
  • 28de Almeida Monteiro
  • 5Marcano Sierra
  • 13Telles
  • 22DaniloSubstituted forda Silva Nevesat 76′minutes
  • 17CoronaSubstituted forHerreraat 76′minutes
  • 30Óliver
  • 8Brahimi
  • 10Valente SilvaSubstituted forda Silva e Sousaat 78′minutes
  • 19Teixeira da Silva

Substitutes

  • 4Boly
  • 6da Silva Neves
  • 12Malheiro de Sá
  • 15Goebel
  • 16Herrera
  • 21Layún
  • 59da Silva e Sousa

Leicester

  • 12Hamer
  • 2Hernández
  • 27Wasilewski
  • 5Morgan
  • 3ChilwellBooked at 38mins
  • 15SchluppSubstituted forAlbrightonat 45′minutes
  • 24Mendy
  • 4DrinkwaterSubstituted forBarnesat 76′minutes
  • 22Gray
  • 20Okazaki
  • 7MusaSubstituted forUlloaat 45′minutes

Substitutes

  • 11Albrighton
  • 13Amartey
  • 17Simpson
  • 21Zieler
  • 23Ulloa
  • 28Fuchs
  • 39Barnes
Referee:
Felix Zwayer
Attendance:
39,310

Match Stats

Home TeamFC PortoAway TeamLeicester
Possession
Home67%
Away33%
Shots
Home17
Away6
Shots on Target
Home7
Away0
Corners
Home4
Away1
Fouls
Home8
Away11

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Match ends, FC Porto 5, Leicester City 0.

Full Time

Posted at 90’+4′

Second Half ends, FC Porto 5, Leicester City 0.

Posted at 90’+3′

Attempt missed. Diogo Jota (FC Porto) right footed shot from the right side of the box is too high. Assisted by Héctor Herrera.

Posted at 90’+1′

Felipe (FC Porto) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

Posted at 90’+1′

Foul by Leonardo Ulloa (Leicester City).

Posted at 88′

Leonardo Ulloa (Leicester City) hits the bar with a left footed shot from the centre of the box following a corner.

Posted at 88′

Attempt missed. Leonardo Ulloa (Leicester City) header from the centre of the box misses to the right. Assisted by Marc Albrighton with a cross following a corner.

Posted at 88′

Corner, Leicester City. Conceded by Héctor Herrera.

Posted at 87′

Foul by Felipe (FC Porto).

Posted at 87′

Leonardo Ulloa (Leicester City) wins a free kick on the left wing.

Posted at 87′

Foul by Yacine Brahimi (FC Porto).

Posted at 87′

Shinji Okazaki (Leicester City) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

Posted at 86′

Corner, FC Porto. Conceded by Harvey Barnes.

Posted at 83′

Dangerous play by Rúben Neves (FC Porto).

Posted at 83′

Harvey Barnes (Leicester City) wins a free kick on the left wing.

Posted at 83′

Offside, FC Porto. Óliver Torres tries a through ball, but Diogo Jota is caught offside.

Posted at 82′

Corner, FC Porto. Conceded by Ben Chilwell.

Substitution

Posted at 78′

Substitution, FC Porto. Rui Pedro replaces André Silva.

Goal!

Posted at 77′

Goal! FC Porto 5, Leicester City 0. Diogo Jota (FC Porto) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by André Silva with a through ball.

Substitution

Posted at 76′

Substitution, Leicester City. Harvey Barnes replaces Daniel Drinkwater because of an injury.

Substitution

Posted at 76′

Substitution, FC Porto. Héctor Herrera replaces Jesús Manuel Corona.

Substitution

Posted at 76′

Substitution, FC Porto. Rúben Neves replaces Danilo Pereira.

Posted at 75′

Foul by Felipe (FC Porto).

Posted at 75′

Ben Chilwell (Leicester City) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

Posted at 74′

Attempt blocked. Diogo Jota (FC Porto) left footed shot from the left side of the box is blocked. Assisted by Óliver Torres.

Posted at 74′

Attempt blocked. Óliver Torres (FC Porto) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by Yacine Brahimi.

Posted at 72′

Delay over. They are ready to continue.

Posted at 71′

Delay in match Daniel Drinkwater (Leicester City) because of an injury.

Posted at 68′

Attempt blocked. Demarai Gray (Leicester City) right footed shot from the left side of the box is blocked.

Posted at 68′

Delay over. They are ready to continue.

Posted at 67′

Delay in match Danilo Pereira (FC Porto) because of an injury.

Posted at 66′

Yacine Brahimi (FC Porto) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

Posted at 66′

Foul by Luis Hernández (Leicester City).

Goal!

Posted at 64′

Goal! FC Porto 4, Leicester City 0. André Silva (FC Porto) converts the penalty with a right footed shot to the bottom right corner.

Posted at 63′

Penalty FC Porto. André Silva draws a foul in the penalty area.

Posted at 63′

Penalty conceded by Daniel Drinkwater (Leicester City) after a foul in the penalty area.

Posted at 63′

Attempt blocked. Yacine Brahimi (FC Porto) right footed shot from the left side of the box is blocked. Assisted by André Silva.

Posted at 61′

Attempt saved. Yacine Brahimi (FC Porto) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the centre of the goal. Assisted by Alex Telles.

Posted at 60′

Offside, Leicester City. Daniel Drinkwater tries a through ball, but Shinji Okazaki is caught offside.

Posted at 60′

André Silva (FC Porto) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

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Warren Gatland tells George North: ‘forget about rugby, put health first’

• Lions coach says Wales and Northampton wing’s concussion is ‘concerning’
• Gatland says quality goal-kickers give Lions big advantage over All Blacks

The British & Irish Lions head coach, Warren Gatland, has told George North to “forget about rugby” and concentrate on his long-term health as an official investigation continues into how the Wales wing was allowed to return to the field after apparently been knocked out playing for Northampton last weekend.

Related: George North case leaves Saints and Premiership with questions to answer | Andy Bull

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Warren Gatland picks predictable trio but leaves space for Lions surprises | Robert Kitson

Lions coach named Andy Farrell, Steve Borthwick and Rob Howley in his backroom team but also has a few fascinating elements in place for the New Zealand tour

The beauty of every British & Irish Lions tour is the delicious uncertainty, despite the rather limited shock factor created by the announcement of Warren Gatland’s three assistant coaches.

Gatland continues to believe the odds can be overturned in New Zealand and, together with his lieutenants Andy Farrell, Rob Howley and Steve Borthwick, has been busy incorporating some fascinating elements into his plan for next summer.

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Who can English teams face in Champions League last 16?

Arsenal, Leicester City and Manchester City will represent England in the knockout stage of the Champions League – but who could each side face?BBC Sport takes a look at wh…

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Dele Alli breathes life into Tottenham to give them a Wembley win against CSKA

There was more at stake for Tottenham Hotspur than securing their place in the last 32 of the Europa League in February – the merits of which continue to feel a little dubious – and Mauricio Pochettino knew it. How else could his team selection have been explained?

The starting XI that he sent out was stronger than that which he had named in the previous Champions League tie away against Monaco, when the club’s hopes had been on the line. This time, Kyle Walker and Jan Vertonghen played, rather than Kieran Trippier and Kevin Wimmer – although Mousa Dembélé was rested. Christian Eriksen started and he excelled.

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Porto’s André Silva brings Leicester down to earth in final group game

As chapters in a Champions League adventure go, this could hardly have been less romantic. Better sides than Leicester have fallen at Estádio do Dragão and it spoke warmly of their achievements to this point that Claudio Ranieri could afford to field a skeleton lineup for what could have been their toughest Group G assignment.

The shame in this defeat, confirmed by two goals from André Silva either side of slick finishes from Jesús Corona and Yacine Brahimi before Diogo Jota completed the rout, is superficially slight but Porto could not have dreamed of more supine opposition against which to ensure their own progress. Any thoughts of a pick-me-up before the critical meeting with Manchester City on Saturday were exposed as fantasy.

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MLS has more high-earning players than Italy’s Serie A, report finds

  • 5% of MLS players earn €100,000 or more weekly, compared to 3% in Serie A
  • Kaká and Sebastian Giovinco are the top earners in Major League Soccer

MLS had more players in 2016 earning a six-figure weekly salary than Italy’s Serie A, according to research released this week.

The study, conducted by Verve Search, a marketing agency in London, and Axo Finans, a Norwegian financial consultant, found that 5% of players earned €100,000 ($107,000) or more per week in North America, as opposed to 3% in Italy.

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Tottenham secure Europa League place

Dele Alli

Tottenham secured a place in the Europa League knockout stage as their Champions League campaign ended with a convincing victory over CSKA Moscow.

Spurs, who needed to avoid defeat to secure third in Group E, went behind when Alan Dzagoev scored from Zoran Tosic’s headed flick-on.

But Dele Alli, who had already missed two good chances, half-volleyed in Christian Eriksen’s cross to level, before Harry Kane finished a stylish move to put Spurs in front.

CSKA keeper Igor Akinfeev gifted Spurs a third when he inadvertently guided Alli’s header into his own net after making an initial save.

It means Tottenham will enter the Europa League for the sixth consecutive season after their first appearance in the Champions League for five years ended in disappointment.

But there were positive signs for Spurs as they created numerous chances in a performance inspired by Eriksen’s creativity and range of passing.

Wembley wobble put to bed?

Despite Spurs’ hopes of progressing in the Champions League being extinguished by a defeat at Monaco two weeks ago, boss Mauricio Pochettino opted for a strong side. He made just one change from the 5-0 win over Swansea in the Premier League on Saturday, bringing in Harry Winks for Mousa Dembele.

And the Argentine was rewarded not only with a Europa League berth, but also a first win for Tottenham at Wembley in their last seven outings – including domestic competitions.

Spurs’ decision to play this season’s Champions League home games at Wembley meant they were left playing a game with very little at stake in the grand surroundings of the national stadium.

Tottenham have the option to use Wembley for all of their home games next season and, despite losing their first two group games there, a club-record attendance of 85,512 against Bayer Leverkusen last month and this win over CSKA Moscow might make that prospect more appealing.

There was further good news for Spurs as defender Toby Alderweireld came off the bench after missing the last 10 games through injury, suggesting he could be fit for Sunday’s league game against Manchester United.

Line-ups

Tottenham

  • 1Lloris
  • 2Walker
  • 15Dier
  • 5Vertonghen
  • 3Rose
  • 12WanyamaSubstituted forAlderweireldat 68′minutes
  • 29Winks
  • 23Eriksen
  • 20Alli
  • 7Son Heung-minSubstituted forNkoudouat 62′minutes
  • 10KaneSubstituted forOnomahat 83′minutes

Substitutes

  • 4Alderweireld
  • 13Vorm
  • 14Nkoudou
  • 17Sissoko
  • 19Dembélé
  • 25Onomah
  • 27Wimmer

CSKA

  • 35Akinfeev
  • 14Nababkin
  • 24BerezutskiBooked at 63mins
  • 6Berezutski
  • 42SchennikovBooked at 31mins
  • 66Natcho
  • 17GolovinSubstituted forChalovat 45′minutes
  • 7TosicSubstituted forGordyushenkoat 71′minutes
  • 10Dzagoev
  • 8Milanov
  • 9TraoréSubstituted forStrandbergat 79′minutes

Substitutes

  • 1Chepchugov
  • 4Ignashevich
  • 23Strandberg
  • 63Chalov
  • 72Gordyushenko
Referee:
Nicola Rizzoli
Attendance:
62,034

Match Stats

Home TeamTottenhamAway TeamCSKA
Possession
Home72%
Away28%
Shots
Home25
Away6
Shots on Target
Home11
Away3
Corners
Home11
Away1
Fouls
Home7
Away15

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Match ends, Tottenham Hotspur 3, CSKA Moscow 1.

Full Time

Posted at 90’+3′

Second Half ends, Tottenham Hotspur 3, CSKA Moscow 1.

Posted at 90’+3′

Attempt missed. Bibras Natcho (CSKA Moscow) right footed shot from outside the box is close, but misses the top left corner. Assisted by Georgi Milanov.

Posted at 88′

Georges-Kévin Nkoudou (Tottenham Hotspur) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

Posted at 88′

Foul by Alan Dzagoev (CSKA Moscow).

Posted at 85′

Attempt missed. Toby Alderweireld (Tottenham Hotspur) header from the centre of the box is just a bit too high. Assisted by Christian Eriksen with a cross following a corner.

Posted at 85′

Corner, Tottenham Hotspur. Conceded by Aleksei Berezutski.

Posted at 83′

Foul by Danny Rose (Tottenham Hotspur).

Posted at 83′

Georgi Milanov (CSKA Moscow) wins a free kick on the right wing.

Substitution

Posted at 83′

Substitution, Tottenham Hotspur. Josh Onomah replaces Harry Kane.

Posted at 82′

Foul by Danny Rose (Tottenham Hotspur).

Posted at 82′

Vasili Berezutski (CSKA Moscow) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

Posted at 80′

Attempt missed. Toby Alderweireld (Tottenham Hotspur) header from the right side of the six yard box is just a bit too high. Assisted by Georges-Kévin Nkoudou with a cross following a corner.

Posted at 79′

Corner, Tottenham Hotspur. Conceded by Vasili Berezutski.

Substitution

Posted at 79′

Substitution, CSKA Moscow. Carlos Strandberg replaces Lacina Traoré.

Goal!

Posted at 77′

Own Goal by Igor Akinfeev, CSKA Moscow. Tottenham Hotspur 3, CSKA Moscow 1.

Posted at 77′

Attempt saved. Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur) header from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal. Assisted by Harry Kane with a cross.

Posted at 77′

Attempt saved. Lacina Traoré (CSKA Moscow) left footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the bottom left corner. Assisted by Bibras Natcho.

Posted at 76′

Attempt missed. Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) right footed shot from outside the box misses to the right. Assisted by Danny Rose.

Posted at 75′

Corner, Tottenham Hotspur. Conceded by Igor Akinfeev.

Posted at 75′

Attempt saved. Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) right footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the bottom right corner. Assisted by Christian Eriksen with a through ball.

Posted at 74′

Attempt saved. Christian Eriksen (Tottenham Hotspur) right footed shot from a difficult angle and long range on the left is saved in the top left corner.

Posted at 74′

Harry Winks (Tottenham Hotspur) wins a free kick on the left wing.

Posted at 74′

Foul by Vasili Berezutski (CSKA Moscow).

Posted at 73′

Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

Posted at 73′

Foul by Georgy Schennikov (CSKA Moscow).

Posted at 72′

Corner, CSKA Moscow. Conceded by Kyle Walker.

Posted at 72′

Attempt missed. Fedor Chalov (CSKA Moscow) right footed shot from the centre of the box misses to the left. Assisted by Astemir Gordyushenko.

Substitution

Posted at 71′

Substitution, CSKA Moscow. Astemir Gordyushenko replaces Zoran Tosic.

Posted at 69′

Attempt missed. Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur) right footed shot from the centre of the box is high and wide to the right. Assisted by Danny Rose.

Substitution

Posted at 68′

Substitution, Tottenham Hotspur. Toby Alderweireld replaces Victor Wanyama.

Posted at 68′

Corner, Tottenham Hotspur. Conceded by Kirill Nababkin.

Posted at 66′

Attempt missed. Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur) header from the centre of the box misses to the right. Assisted by Georges-Kévin Nkoudou with a cross.

Posted at 65′

Attempt missed. Georges-Kévin Nkoudou (Tottenham Hotspur) right footed shot from the left side of the box is high and wide to the right. Assisted by Harry Kane.

Posted at 64′

Attempt saved. Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the bottom left corner.

Booking

Posted at 63′

Vasili Berezutski (CSKA Moscow) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.

Posted at 63′

Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

Posted at 63′

Foul by Vasili Berezutski (CSKA Moscow).

Posted at 62′

Attempt missed. Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) header from the centre of the box is just a bit too high. Assisted by Kyle Walker with a cross.

Substitution

Posted at 62′

Substitution, Tottenham Hotspur. Georges-Kévin Nkoudou replaces Son Heung-Min.

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