The ten-man Tottenham Hotspur team lost 2-1 to the weaker Slovenian team NS Mura in the UEFA League on Thursday. As a result, the London club was in danger of being eliminated.
Amadej Maroša scored for Mulla in Maribor’s stoppage time, and he completed a quick counterattack with a deflected shot that hit the net. This is a huge blow to the new Tottenham Hotspur coach Antonio Conte. His team may now need to defeat group champion Rennes in the final round to have a chance to advance.
“This is a bad loss for us,” Conte said. “The performance was poor. We knew we still had a lot of work to do,” he said. “We are not only poor technically and tactically, but also mentally. It will take time to bring Tottenham back.”
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In the same game, Jose Mourinho’s Roma team defeated Zoria Lugansk 4-0 at the Olympic Stadium and continued to compete for the first place in Group C.
LASK, Gent and Alkmaar also entered the next round.
In the Europa League, West Ham United defeated the Vienna Rapids 2-0 and secured the top spot in Group H with one remaining game. Bayer Leverkusen also secured a place in the round of 16 after beating the Celtics 3-2 after falling behind 2-1 in Group G.
West Ham’s Nikolai Vlasic (left) competes for the ball with Philip Stojkovic of the Vienna Rapids in the Europa League. -AP
Monaco also won the group stage.
Only eight group stage winners went straight to the round of 16-the runner-up entered the playoffs with the eight third-placed teams in the Champions League group stage.
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A similar system also applies to the third-ranked Europa League team entering the Europa League.
Mulla lost the first four group games, but in the 11th minute, Tomi Horvat scored the goal. Tottenham Hotspur was one of the favorites to win the first game, and then Ryan Sessegnon was sent off for a second yellow card in the 32nd game.
Harry Kane equalized from a narrow corner in the 72nd inning, but Tottenham unnecessarily gave Mulla the opportunity to counterattack in the final seconds.
After a 3-3 draw with Waiters Arnhem, Rennes won Group G with 11 points, who tied with Tottenham Hotspur for 7 points.
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Cyriel Dessers scored his second goal in stoppage time, a 2-2 draw with Feyenoord in Slavia Prague, which was enough for the Dutch team to take first place in Group E.
Copenhagen ranked in Group F after defeating Gibraltar’s Lincoln Red Imps 4-0.
Carles Pérez and Nicolò Zaniolo’s first-half goals provided a comfortable cushion for Roma in the first half, and then Jordan Veretout missed a great opportunity to rewrite the score to 3-0, which was his match against Juventus The second consecutive penalty was saved in the game. Tammy Abraham added two more goals in the second game, one of which came from an overhead kick.
Norway’s Bode/Grimt defeated CSKA Sofia 2-0 at home, one point ahead of Rome.
LASK defeated Maccabi Tel Aviv 1-0 to determine the Group A champion.
Despite defeating Flora 1-0 by the Guerrillas away, Ghent lost the top spot in Group B at Anorthosis by a score of 1-0.
After a 1-1 draw with the Czech team Jablonec, AZ Alkmaar won the Group D championship.
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West Ham forward Andre Yarmolenko opened the scoring in the 40th minute in Vienna. Captain Mark Noble converted a penalty kick in stoppage time in the first half to control West Ham. West Ham United leads Group H with 13 points and Dinamo Zagreb by 6 points.
The Celtics led until Robert Andridge scored his second goal for Bayer Leverkusen in the 82nd minute, and Moussa Diaby took the lead from goalkeeper Joe Hart in the 87th minute. The edge of the penalty zone volleyed, defeating the young attacking midfielder Florian Wiertz’s cut pass.
Betis won the playoff spot in the same group G after defeating Ferenc Varos 2-0.
In a clash between Polish away fans and the police in the stands, Leicester City defeated the Warsaw Legion 3-1 and continued to win the Group C championship.
Patson Daka, James Maddison and Wilfred Ndidi all scored for Leicester in the first half.
Before Philip Mladenovic narrowed the home team’s lead to 2-1, Maher Emreli missed Legia’s penalty 2-0.
Leicester City led Sparta Moscow and Naples by one point and faced the Italian club in the final round.
Monaco won the Group B championship with a 2-1 victory over Real Sociedad, scoring all three goals within 10 minutes of the first half.
Before Youssouf Fofana secured the victory, Kevin Volland answered the opener of Monaco by Alexander Isak.
Lyon, who has advanced to the next round, scored five wins and five losses after beating Brumby in Group A 3-1 away.
The Rangers defeated Sparta Prague 2-0 in the first game of Giovanni Van Bronckhorst and finished second in the group.
Starting from Group E, Galatasaray and Lazio advanced to the knockout rounds. Turkey defeated Marseille 4-2, while Lazio defeated Lokomotiv Moscow 3-0.