Date: 6th November 2019 at 10:07pm
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Red Star Belgrade
0 – 4
Tottenham Hotspur

Rajko Mitic Stadium

Champions League Group B

6/11/2019 8:00 pm

Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande

Red Star Belgrade Tottenham Hotspur
Lo Celso (34), Son Heung-Min (57, 61), Eriksen (85)
Borjan Gazzaniga
Gobeljic 45 Foyth
Milunovic Sanchez
Degenek Dier
Rodic Rose
Jovancic 62 Sissoko
Garcia 68 Lo Celso 86
Marin Alli 62
van La Parra Son Heung-Min 75
Pavkov Kane


Popovic Alderweireld
Pankov Vorm
Vulic Sessegnon 75
Boakye 68 Eriksen 62
Ribeiro Santana 45 Lucas Moura
Simic Skipp
Canas 62 Davies

Game Statistics

5 Goal attempts 17
3 On Target 6
3 Corners 4
12 Fouls 14
1 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
33 % 67

After another disappointing draw with Everton at the weekend, Tottenham Hotspur also had to deal with the Andre Gomes fallout – although thankfully the midfielder is now fine and well following surgery – either way though, it wasn’t the perfect preparation for tonight’s Champions League away clash with Red Star Belgrade.

Whether it had an effect on the first half is open to debate, the game wasn’t quite end to end, although Spurs did dominate possession. But with two shots on target apiece, there wasn’t much to shout about, although summer arrival Giovani Lo Celso did his best when he opened the scoring ten minutes before the break.

Second half was much the same, but with our next two shots on target, Son Heung-Min put a bad week behind him to register a brace and give us a 3-0 advantage.

With five minutes remaining in the tie, substitute Christian Eriksen made it 4-0, so we did end quite comfortably really.

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