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Lamela leaves an arm behind and grabs Verstraete in the face It’s very theatrical and there is little in it, but he cheated on the referee and it’s still a free kick

Ten minutes to play and, despite the glimpses, there is still little evidence that Spurs are taking control of this game

Everything has been Antwerp in the last few minutes, as Spurs were unable to recover the ball

De Laet with a majestic tackle to dispossess Lucas Mours as he ended for a shot, in space, at the edge of the zone

But Spurs shoot straight and Kane and Lamela intertwine perfectly in the box, but that doesn’t fall for either

No more danger for Spurs and only a good block from Davies in the area can prevent Verstraete from doubling the hosts’ lead

Sanchez gets into a good pickle and Juklerød is on goal, face to face with Lloris, and he chokes the ball miles above the bar

The son throws the free kick but he’s halfway and halfway and Butez can straddle him

Even more goal from Spurs, but Lamela’s heavy touch causes them to lose possession just when it looked like they were building something

But the visitors return with a vengeance and force Antwerp to concede the free kick in a very crossable position

Aurier puts a great ball in the box and it must have been a few inches from the head of Lamela, who was free in the box

Less than 30 minutes for Spurs to get it right, but there hasn’t been much to show so far, they are capable

Just like I say, there’s a chance Lucas Moura slips a bullet into Son in the box, but a big block from Seck saves the day

Harry Kane will be Jose Mourinho’s fifth and final replacement, coming for Bale

Miyoshi puts a fantastic ball in the box and Mbokani puts it over the bar for a meter and a half

He got to the beat, but he should have put it away Quite shy defending Sanchez at the same time too

Reguilon puts a ball in the box, and there are men waiting, but Butez comes out well to claim

Spurs’ precise approach play falls where it really matters, as Lamela’s pass is too close to Butez and Antwerp can erase

Spurs win a corner at the other end but they are well led by the Antwerp defense

Disaster strikes almost immediately as confusion from Winks’ back pass sees Refaelov on goal, but Sanchez returns for a vital challenge of last resort

Refaelov absolutely gunned the ball into Lloris’ net – the Frenchman could barely move a muscle!

Only three shots on target in 45 minutes – two from Spurs and the Antwerp goal

Still a bit lackluster from Spurs as Antwerp returns to the pitch as half-time draws to a close

Gerkens with an extremely sharp ball puts Miyoshiin behind, he does well to send it back through the goal but Reguilon gets back in position to clear Only for a corner, however

Bale is racing for us and his touch to control is sumptuously soft, but once again De Laet returns to quell the danger

Seck and Gelin fend off anything Spurs can throw at them down to the minute; be careful, it wasn’t really difficult

The bullet lets tear from a distance – again – and while it flies well, it has too much volume to bother Butez

Spurs’ superb positive approach play, with Bale, Lo Celso and Vinicius involved, but the attack, once again, fails in the final third

Antwerp then marches forward, with Seck finding Haroun with a long ball to the left, before the attack wears off

Bale finds Bergwijn in the box, but Seck holds his place admirably and Spurs win a corner

Mbokani catches Davies in possession and passes the ball to Refealov, who thunders the ball into the net Lloris could barely move

Still not too much to report for the Spurs here Lots of standing and observation, a lack of dynamism and intention

Vinicius is behind and on goal after Alli passes a skillful ball over the defense, but De Laet retreats fabulously to avoid danger

Reguilon progresses to the left, before a brace between Lo Celso and Bergwijn sees Butez called to action, making a save to his right

Seck, Antwerp’s most infamous player in the opening 20 minutes, is booked for a ridiculously bulky challenge on Bergwijn

Winks and Vinicius team up long before the former rushes his shot, sending him far from goal

And then it gets a little flat again as Bale tries to slip one in for Vinicius to chase after him

Gerkens gets a nifty header from an Antwerp corner at the near post, but the ball crosses the face of the goal

Lo Celso lets the other end rip, trying to wrap one in the lower left corner of his favorite left foot, but Butez gets on well to recover with both hands

That is, until Vinicius continues the charge, but he’s not quite in tune with Alli

Reguilon is caught late by Seck on the left as the Spurs man crushes his opponent

Alli walks to the penalty area before Seck dispossesses him, making up for that previous awkward challenge

Ball with long range speculative effort toward lower right corner of net, but Butez has it covered well

Bergwijn and Alli combine to attack Spurs but interception from De Laet ends danger

Vinicius grabs Gelin around the neck, to give Antwerp a free kick in the central circle Winks is also sent shortly after

Haroun shoots a ball across Spurs’ goal but it is cleared by Davies

Refaelov expels a little adrenaline at the start by having a pop at 30 meters, the ball flying over Lloris’ bar

By the way, LASK has already taken the lead in this group’s other draw against Ludogorets

With a largely similar starting XI, Tottenham put LASK to the sword in north London with a 3-0 victory, Â Carlos Vinicius in his debut You can catch up here

It was Bale’s first departure for Spurs in seven years, now he has two in two weeks

Sure he’s on the bench, but he’s playing a game for the first time in his hometown of Antwerp – and none of his local friends or family can watch him

Dele Alli only got his third start of the season as named in Tottenham’s starting lineup against Royal Antwerp

Alli, who has been in and out of Jose Mourinho’s squad this quarter, plays alongside Gareth Bale, Carlos Vinicius, Steven Bergwijn, Giovani Lo Celso and Harry Winks as Mourinho makes nine changes to his side

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The Belgians have named former Manchester United and Leicester defender Ritchie De Laet in their starting XI

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Bale has improved his fitness following a knee injury which put the brakes on his second stint at the club after coming back from loan at Real Madrid

The Welsh international played 60 minutes against LASK last week and looked rusty before being an unused replacement in the 1-0 win at Burnley on Monday

« Bale is playing and we all have not only the feeling but also the data that Bale is coming, » he said

« He works really hard He’s a really good example for everyone A great guy like him, went to Burnley, stood on the bench for 90 minutes, didn’t play a minute

« His team demeanor is amazing His demeanor as a Tottenham man is remarkable and he happens

« I can see just with my eyes, but the science is also coming in and it works very, very well

« He’s improving, he’s improving a lot and I think tomorrow we can already see Gareth at a good level and I hope he can fly because he works very hard So he plays »

Mourinho has confirmed that Eric Dier and Tanguy Ndombele have not traveled with the squad as they are rested ahead of Sunday’s game against Brighton

Mourinho will make several changes, with figures like Davinson Sanchez, Steven Bergwijn, Harry Winks and Carlos Vinicius likely to join Bale in the starting XI

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