World News – GB – Tottenham 3-0 LASK: Last reaction to the result of the Europa League – LIVE!


Carlos Vinicius made an impressive debut for Tottenham scoring two goals in a 3-0 win in Europa League Group J victory LASK

Vinicius was starting for the first time as Jose Mourinho gave Harry Kane leave and scored goals in both halves for Lucas Moura and Son Heung-min, when he would also have scored if Andres Andrade did not did not score against his camp

Gareth Bale started the first game of his second spell and scored this goal where Andrade put through his own net, but it’s clear the Welshman is still far from his peak physical condition

It was a comfortable night for Mourinho’s men in North London as they were untested against a weak Austrian side and started off well a hectic group stage that takes place over an eight week period

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has said Carlos Vinicius is still learning and adjusting at Tottenham and can play better than he did against LASK on Thursday night

The Brazilian forward – signed from Benfica on a season-long loan earlier this month that includes the option for a £ 382million permanent deal next summer – generally impressed in his first outing of Spurs in the Europa League, not allowing a blatant early failure to affect his confidence as he allowed a pair of assists for compatriot Lucas Moura and his replacement Heung-min Son

Vinicius’ ability to provide a substitute of comparable quality to talisman Harry Kane – who remained on the bench as the hosts battled for a 3-0 victory in their Group J opener against Austrian opponents at home – will provide a huge boost for Tottenham on several fronts in a particularly eventful season

And although Mourinho was content with the 25-year-old’s first display in Tottenham’s colors, he clearly believes there is a lot more to come as he gets to grips with the new style of play and the barrier obvious language

« He played well but he can do better, » Mourinho said of Vinicius in his post-match press conference

« It’s a bit of a shame anyway, it’s not easy not to speak English so adapting to the group, despite incredible guys trying to make them feel good, is not easy

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« A different football, a different way of playing, of thinking, of learning the way you press, of learning the attacking movements He is always in a learning process, Vinicius can be much more than that

« But the first game, I’m really happy, the only thing missing was a goal But you can see he’s much more than, he’s not selfish, he’s a good target man »

Davies gave some food for thought as left center-half and Bale showed flashes but don’t seem quite up to the task yet

Jose Mourinho has a lot of positives to take away as memories of the late West Ham collapse are banished

He’s obviously big enough to be an effective Plan B but more mobile and skilled than Janssen and Llorente Sounds like a really smart player

86 mins: Former Leeds starlet Jack Clarke makes Tottenham debut as Carlos Vinicius leaves

Son has been very positive since arriving and now has a goal to show

Doherty throws the ball at Vinicius, who directs it downwards so that Son finishes coldly up close

81 min: Vinicius can consider himself very unhappy not to have scored a first goal here

Alli and Lo Celso combine for a brilliant effect on the right, but the former delays his pass a bit too long and goalkeeper Schlager can move the ball away from danger

78 minutes: Re-fit Giovani Lo Celso will last around 12 minutes here after recovering from a thigh injury

76 mins: Excellent play by Vinicius almost leads to third goal for Tottenham, but the offside flag is unfairly raised against Alli as Schlager scrambles to keep the ball from crossing the line

72 mins: Lucas plays a clever block-two with Sissoko on the right flank before passing a defender and stroking a pass into the box for Vinicius, who sends it back to Alli

The ball doesn’t quite hold up for the English midfielder and Son ends up shooting high in the stands

68 min: Lucas cuts dangerously to the right, but passes him a bit and neglects to play Vinicius before trying to feed an offside sound

66 mins: More impressive work from Son leads to a turn and an unmarked Doherty ends up sending a header over the crossbar

Spurs are looking to put this game firmly to bed and avoid repeating what happened in the playoffs against West Ham on Sunday

Everything went a bit flat which will of course suit Spurs, and Mourinho has started to announce the changes Bale’s night is over as he is replaced by Son

The Welshman didn’t look quite up to the task, but there were flashes of the old brilliant and he played his part with the second pass

62 mins: Sound is straight into the action, but some confusion between Alli and Lucas means his seductive low pass is being intercepted

At the other end, LASK gets a corner and substitute Petar Filipovic heads to the near post

60 mins: Now it’s Lamela’s turn to pass a low ball in search of Bale’s run, but goalkeeper Schlager rushes out of his box to slip and smother the danger

Dele Alli, Moussa Sissoko and Heung-min Son all prepare to join Tottenham in triple change

57 mins: Doherty finds himself in a lot of space after a buildup of Spurs patients and weaves his way through a nice low pass towards Lamela

However, the Argentine is judged to have tripped his marker and the referee awards a free kick relieving the pressure in favor of LASK

The match will be played behind closed doors at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with no fans due to the presence of government guidelines regarding the coronavirus

TV channel: the match will be broadcast live on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport Ultimate

Live streaming: BT Sport subscribers will be able to stream the match online through the video player and the BT Sport app

This Spurs team can score goals, which they recently proved Their weaknesses at the back should not come to haunt them on Thursday, despite the expected changes

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