Spurs lost 1-0 to Vitesse in the UEFA Conference League on Thursday

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Spurs lost 1-0 to Vitesse in the UEFA Conference League on Thursday.

Football Uefa Conference League Group G 

Vitesse (Holland) 1

Spurs (England) 0

Stadium: Gleredome

Spurs have made several changes to the squad, with the forwards Brian Kil, Dele Alli, Dan Scarlett and Steven Bergwiin joining in.

The hosts had the opportunity to win first in the 3rd minute. Luis Openda opened the ball for Niels Frederiksen to shoot with a narrow left corner but not yet passed.

Vitesse went on and finished with another shot in the 14th minute. Elazar Daza made the way for Luis Openda to hit the left in front of the penalty area. but was saved again.

In the 22nd minute, the last chance in the half was Vitesse, who had a chance to win from Niels Frederiksen’s long shot, which the ball went deflecting. 

Spurs had some chances in the 37th minute from a set-kick that Davinson Sanchez headed for Brian Kill to fire from the right in the box. but swept across the beam The first half ended 0-0. 

In the second half of the 47th minute, it was Spurs who created the first chance from Harry Winks’ long-range shot, but Markus Schubert saved the defenders. 

In the final 15 minutes, Vitesse ended with another shot from a corner that Elazar Daza opened for Danilho Dogi to head but fell out of box. 

The efforts of the defenders to succeed in the 79th minute, Elazar Daza got the ball on the right side before waiting for a friend to fill up and open it into the penalty area. Maximilian Wittek hit a single shot to send the ball into the net decisively, the hosts led 1-0.

The rest of the time, Spurs couldn’t equalize, making the game as Vitesse opened the nest to win 1-0, overtaking second group, while Spurs are in 3rd place with 4 points the same. 

List of players for both teams

Vitesse: Marcus Schubert; Danilho Dogi, Richedley Basser, Jacob Rasmussen; Elazar Daza, Sondre Tronstad, Matus. Beiro, Maximilian Wittek – Niels Frederiksen, Luis Openda, Oussama Darfalu.

Spurs: Pierluigi Collini; Japhet Tanganga, Davinson Sanchez, Joe Rodon, Ben Davis; Giovanni Lo Celso, Harry Winks, D. Le Alli – Brian Kill, Dane Scarlett, Steven Bergwiin

Referee: Harm Osmers (Germany).