The result of the match between Moura and Tottenham, the final result and the report of the European League match

Tottenham suffered one of the most embarrassing nights in their history as they were beaten 2-1 by the lowest-ranked team in the league. Europa Conference League, retreating 2-1 to NS Mura in Maribor.

new boss Antonio Conte He will watch in horror as his team loses upon the death of a team with A UEFA The order of the operand is 341.

Although they were reduced to 10 men after only half an hour Ryan Sessegnon Kicked off, Spurs should have had enough to say goodbye to opponents who had lost their previous four matches in the competition and are in the middle of the table in the Slovenian league.

Instead, they lost to Amadegue Marosa’s goal in injury time afterwards Harry King He had earlier canceled Tommy Horvat’s shock editorial.

The defeat means Spurs will likely have to beat Rennes in their final match to secure qualification for the knockout stages and can no longer qualify as group winners, meaning they will have to go through an extra round.

It was another night of disappointment for those hoping to get a chance to impress Conte, with Daily Alli Particularly poor and lasting no more than 52 minutes, the Italian has further evidence of just how enormous the job he faces in north London.

The night started off in a difficult fashion as Spurs struggled with the now usual problems of their travels in Europe.

Mora, who was only formed in 2012, took the lead in the 11th minute as Horvat was freed from the right. He took advantage of Davinson Sanchez’s slip and cut inside before firing a left-footed shot into the far corner.

In Kane, Alli and Tanguy Ndombele, Spurs had enough individual quality on the pitch to hurt the opponent, but they were playing without consistency and inflicting more self-harm in the 32nd minute.

All of the pre-match narratives were about how this was an opportunity they would go down to claim his claim under Conte, but he had a night to forget when he received a second yellow card for a clumsy challenge on Ziga Kos and was sent off.

Kane almost raised the men’s ten after five minutes after a neat turn, but his shot from 12 yards went too far.

In the end, Spurs were fortunate to reach the first half after trailing 1-0 as Nick Lorbeck fired wide for goalkeeper Pierluigi Gulini.

Conte had seen enough early in the second half and gave Son Heung MinAnd Lucas Mouraand Eric Dier and Ben Davies – and it paid off almost instantaneous profits.

Son rushed into the penalty area and circled several defenders before touching the palms of Matko Obradovic, who made his first save of the evening.

From the corner kick, Kane should have equalized, but he shot a direct free header to Obradovic.

Spurs eventually found a flattener in the 72nd minute as Kane provided a fine finishing touch.

Two of Mora’s defenders left a pass from Mora to each other, allowing the England captain to spin and catch him in style.

Spurs pushed forward for the win, with Moura trying even more, but they never looked like a win, and instead it was the Slovenes who crowned with a historic night.

Released below right, Marosa cuts inside Sanchez and turns his skewed effort over the helpless Golini to provoke unbridled festive scenes.

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