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Bale will miss vital games after being carried off on a stretcher in draw against Basel

Players can fill Gareth Bale void at Tottenham insists Gylfi Sigurdsson

Bale was carried off injured last night

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Kevin-Prince Boateng says he was 'treated like an animal' by racist fans

The AC Milan forward has criticised Fifa for their lack of action

Dimitar Berbatov alongside Gareth Bale in Fulham's 1-0 win over Spurs

Tottenham 0 Fulham 1 match report: Dimitar Berbatov and Martin Jol return to haunt Spurs

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Inter fans wave flags and set off flares at the San Siro

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<b>TOTTENHAM...</b><br/>
<b>Hugo Lloris:</b> One second-half fumble aside, his handling and positioning were solid and he could do little about the goal. <b>7/10</b>
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<b>Kyle Walker:</b> Kept busy throughout and was rarely able to attack as a consequence, but he stuck to his task with diligence. <b>6</b>
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<b>Michael Dawson: </b>His passing is not always as smart as it could be but there are few more determined centre-backs. <b>7</b>
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<b>Jan Vertonghen (pictured):</b> Outstanding display. Strong in the tackle, calm in possession and made several decisive interventions. <b>9</b>
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<b>Benoit Assou-Ekotto:</b> Generally able to keep Walcott quiet. One cross should have resulted in a goal for Bale. <b>7</b>

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Man-for-man marking from White Hart Lane

Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe picks up an injury in the Premier League match against West Brom

Jermain Defoe some way from return for Tottenham

England striker out for longer than expected

Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris

Tottenham's Hugo Lloris thankful for team-mate Brad Friedel's experience

The Frenchman is now established as first choice keeper, after a tough start at White Hart Lane

Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe picks up an injury in the Premier League match against West Brom

Tottenham await news on Jermain Defoe injury with lengthy lay-off possible

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Leandro Damiao

Tottenham have 'moved on' from Leandro Damiao says Andre Villas-Boas

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Leandro Damiao

Tottenham target Leandro Damiao to remain in Brazil

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Lewis Holtby

Andre Villas-Boas talks up arrival of Lewis Holtby at Tottenham

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Neil Warnock

Leeds manager Neil Warnock to discuss January transfers

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