Olympiacos vs Tottenham player ratings: Christian Eriksen and Tanguy Ndombele endure night to forget

We run the rule over both teams after Spurs throw three points away in Athens

Luke Brown
Wednesday 18 September 2019 19:06
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Tottenham Hotspur threw away a two goal lead in Athens as Olympiacos fought back to claim a well-deserved point in the Champions League.

Spurs did not look at their best but took the lead when Harry Kane fired home from the penalty spot after he was tripped in the box.

And they looked to be on course for all three points when Lucas Moura smashed a long-range shot home a few minutes later.

But the home side equalised just minutes before half-time thanks to Daniel Podence, who exchanged neat passes with Mathieu Valbuena before curling a low shot around Hugo Lloris.

And Valbuena then levelled the score from the spot after Jan Vertonghen clumsily brought him down on the very edge of the penalty box. Here are our player ratings:

Check the above gallery to see how we rated the two teams.

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