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  • Tottenham 1-2 PAOK: Salpigidis, Athanasiadis, Modric scored

    Tottenham Hotspur threatened not qualify for the Europa League last 32 after losing at home to PAOK with a score of 1-2. Create the representatives of Greece, three points from White Hart Lane to take them to the next phase.

    This 1-2 defeat to Spurs are now stuck in the top three standings of Group A with seven points. Being the top standings are PAOK with 11 points, while Rubin Kazan in second position with a score of 10.

    Although still have one game remaining chance of Spurs escape is fairly small, because their fate will be determined in another game. Even if Harry Redknapp protégé win over Shamrock Rovers at the final matchday it will be worth it if PAOK and Rubin Kazan drew the line of sight.

    Spurs fans who packed the White Hart Lane on Wednesday (30/11/2011), forced to swallow the disappointment related to poor performance of the Lilywhites in the first round. The brittle back line capable of making direct PAOK 2-0 lead even before the game was 15 minutes.

    The game has been running for six minutes when Dimitris Salpigidis gore freely cross from the left side into the goal. Standing in the middle of the penalty box without any escort, she's easy to beat goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes.

    Scores then changed to 2-0 in minute 14. Stefanos Athanasiadis is a time to bring this to deceive Gomes PAOK excel even further.

    Having left behind two goals before the Spurs get up. Attack after attack they finally paid up after the referee pointed to the spot in the penalty box when Kostas Stafylidis PAOK are considered to touch the ball with a ladder right at the goal line. The court then also megirim Stafylidis out of the field by giving him a red card.

    Exactly Luca Modric in the 38th minute to complete his duties as executor perfect penalty. Score was changed to 1-2.

    Throughout the second half Spurs dominated the full course of action. But they were waiting for an equalizing goal did not come.

    Jermaine Defoe's goal really was tearing his guest. But the referee then abandoned the goal because he was considered first offense.


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