Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
UEFA Europa Conference League • Play-off round
  • 2nd Half
  • Tottenham Hotspur
  • FC Paços de Ferreira
  • MouraAlli
  • SilvaUilton
  • EustáquioSantos
  • AntunesFonseca
  • GilBergwijn
  • KaneSon
  • Lo Celso
  • DenilsonTanque
  • DelgadoFerreira
  • Pires
  • SessegnonHøjbjerg
  • Gil
  • Antunes
  • 1st Half
  • Tottenham Hotspur
  • FC Paços de Ferreira
  • Denilson
  • Kane
  • Romero
  • Kane

Tottenham Hotspur - FC Paços de Ferreira

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Full Time 

A fine win leaving a feel-good atmosphere at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Thanks for following the match with us.


Jorge Silva crosses from the left flank and it is met by Ze Uilton but Gollini parries the effort away.


Alli comes on for Moura.


Off the post again! Son is through on goal after another ball through from Lo Celso and he shoots low at goal but the keeper blocks with his legs and it hits the post and away to safety.


Bergwijn curls a ball into the box from the right flank but Baixinho just beats Hojberg to head away from danger.


So close from Bergwijn. He cuts in from the left flank and then from a narrow angle fires an effort against the near post which somehow bounces to safety.


Antunes, Silva and Estaquio is replaced by Fonseca, Nuno Santos and Ze Uilton.


Lovely play from Lo Celso who nutmegs a player with a pass to slide in Son but he fires into the side-netting.


Bergwijin also comes on for Bryan.


A big ovation for Harry Kane as he is replaced by great mate Son Heung-Min.


GOAL FOR SPURS! That seals it. Lo Celso culred a free kick into the front post are, where there were no team-mates within five yards, but the ball skims off Antunes' head and into the net.


Moura is brought down on the edge of the box by Eustaquio and shunning the rule about making subs in a defensive position Delgado and Denilson are brought off for Helder and Douglas.


Bryan close to his first Spurs goal again. A Lo Celso plays the ball perfectly into his path and he runs through to the edge of the box before driving just wide of the far post.


Lo Celso is denied by the keeper after fine turn after Doherty slid a ball across the box from the right flank.


Rui Pires is booked after pulling down Lo Celso as he burst into the Pacos half.


Hojberg comes on for Sessegnon which gives Spurs a bit more of a solid look.


Moura clashes into Maracas who looks in a little bit of pain but surprisingly it is Bryan who is booked for a foul earlier int he move.


Romero can certainly contribute in attacking areas, here he beats a man in the box but just fails to find a team-mate.


A Spurs corner falls to Gil on the edge of the box and he turns inside Maracas before firing the ball over the ball.


Antunes gets behind Doherty on a couple of occasions and puts crosses into the Spurs box but can't find a team-mate in the box.


Lo Celso curls a ball getting Ferreira racing across his line but it flies just wide of the top corner and into the side-netting.


Antunes gets booked for arguing with the referee after giving a free kick away for handball on the edge of the box. Lo Celso will put into the box once more.


Moura is brought down on the right wing giving Lo Celso a chance to put the ball into the box, but Pacos clear the danger.


Denilson gets the game back underway for Pacos.

Half Time 

A most satisfactory half of football for Spurs and their supporters. One goal could change it of course, but you can't really see it coming.


Two minutes of injury time to be played.


Denilson wins the ball from Romero on the by-line but did so courtesy of a naughty kick to the shins and is handed a booking.


Kane plays another lovely ball over the top for Lo Celso but Antunes dispossesses the Argentinian.


GOAL FOR SPURS! Kane scores again. His shot from long range being blocked fell to Lo Celso in the box and then he dragged the ball away from the onrushing keeper before squeezing a ball square where the England captain coolly slotted home.


Kane slips a pass to Bryan 30 yards from goal and his strike is deflected leaving the keeper helpless and then grateful as it bounced off the post and wide.


A yellow card for Romero. A bit unlucky, him and the Pacos defender both raised the boots for the ball and he just got there first.


Kane plays a ball through to Bryan who delays, waiting for Moura to run into the box and then sends a ball through a defender's legs which is just too far in front of the Brazilian.


Moura sets free Doherty in the box and he tries to square for Kane but Baixinho clear the imminent danger, leading to a scramble involving the former Wolves man that is eventually cleared.


Lo Celso bundles his way into the box and slides a square ball inside the six yard box that Sessegnon dives at between the legs of the defender shielding but fails to make contact.


Lovely ball from Gil to put Sessegnon through inside the penalty area but he cannot cut the ball to a team-mate. Later in the move the Spaniard found him in the box again but once more the former Fulham flanker lost possession.


GOAL FOR SPURS! A wonderful run back and tackle from Winks, then a lovely ball over the top for Gil who got to the by-line and picked out Kane who controlled superbly and then tucked away with aplomb.


Lo Celso is found by Romero and cuts in from the right before shooting on his left foot sweetly, but a couple of yards over the bar.


A lovely weaving run from Moura in from the right wing and then towards goal beating at east five players before he is dispossessed on edge of box.


Rui Pires meets the corner at the near post but heads wide of the goal.


Awful backpass from Dier doesn't help Gollini and he tries to twist Delgado and in the end will have been happy to give away a corner.


And he nearly scores inside 20 seconds! A long ball from Romero and Kane brings it down perfectly in the inside left channel and beats the keeper but cannot keep the ball inside the far post.


Spurs get the game underway...


Captain Kane exchanges pennants with his opposite number Baixinho of Pacos - a simple moment Spurs fans would not have thought they would see again.


One note of warning for Spurs fans, Pacos looked strong on the break and, for all his talents, Eric Dier isn't going to make them any quicker back there against Lucas Silva and Denilson.


As if there wasn't enough attacking talent to be excited about on the field for Spurs, they also have this lad on the bench who may be showcased late on.


There certainly is a much different buzz around White Hart Lane than there was after the 1-0 defeat a week ago. Kane is staying - at least until next summer - and with much, much respect to Son Heung-Min, the front three of Bryan-Kane-Moura tonight is a mouth-watering one.


Spurs make three changes from the side who lost in Portugal last week. Eric Dier, Lucas Moura and Harry Kane come in for Nile John, Cameron Carter-Vickers and Dane Scarlett. Quite an upgrade.


You wonder why Spurs didn't announce this Kane news this morning, surely it would have swelled the gate. Not that the Europa Conference League lacks name appeal on its own of course.


Here is the Pacos side that will come up against Harry and company, holding onto a one-goal advantage.


And would you look at who is skippering Spurs tonight...


Hello and welcome to Eurosport's coverage of the second leg of the Europa Conference League qualifier between Tottenham and Pacos de Ferreira. I'm Ciaran Baynes and I'll be following the match with you.