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Gylfi Sigurdsson scores Spurs’ second goal with a smart finish

Tottenham Hotspur v Inter Milan: Five things we learned from 3-0 Europa League victory at White Hart Lane

Gareth Bale’s diving is still a problem, writes Tom Collomosse at White Hart Lane

Victor Valdes confronts the referee

Victor Valdes ban for confronting ref against Real Madrid will be contested by Barcelona

Goalkeeper was sent off after the final whistle

Nani is given his marching orders

Roy Keane on Nani sending off: 'It's dangerous play - it's a red card'

Former Manchester United captain says referee made the right call against Real Madrid

West Ham celebrate promotion from the npower Championship last season

Football League partnership with npower will not be renewed

The energy supplier replaced Coca-Cola in 2010

A view of Elland Road

Adam Pearson distances himself from Leeds United takeover rumours

Leeds' owners GFH Capital open to investment

Rodgers is confident that Liverpool can overcome the two-goal deficit

Brendan Rodgers hopes Anfield crowd can 'score' for Liverpool again

Liverpool manager remember 'ghost goal' by Luis Garcia

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Andre Villas-Boas: I would like Arsenal to beat Bayern Munich

Andre Villas-Boas fears Arsenal's probable early exit from the Champions League will shatter Tottenham Hotspur's dream of qualifying for the most prestigious club competition in the game.

Frank Lampard takes a break during training at Cobham

Frank Lampard must wait for his chance to achieve milestone for Chelsea

Rafael Benitez to rest midfielder tonight

'Football is for the living': Unsporting and controversial goal as striker scores after goalkeeper collapses

Top-flight match in Peru sees goalkeeper collapse with heat exhaustion

Spurs' Hugo Lloris says Thursday's game against Lyon

Hugo Lloris: Lyon v Tottenham match 'could almost be a Champions League game'

France captain relishes clash with former club

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Has scored 17 goals in just 27 appearances for his country, and has remained in Brazil with Santos despite interest from elsewhere. The 21-year-old forward will no doubt be Brazil's main attacking threat.

Brazil star Neymar says football is getting 'really boring' after getting sent off for fighting

Video: Santos star gets fifth red of his career for comical handbags

Match Report: Bradford catch cold in final warm-up for Wembley

AFC Wimbledon 2 Bradford City 1

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini was furious at his side
Cole is set to win his 100th England Cap against Brazil

Ashley Cole not interested in being 'loved' ahead of 100th England cap

Left-back will start against Brazil tonight

Offside rule to be re-worded to avoid misinterpretation

There is sometimes uncertainly over when a player is interfering with play

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