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Live Reporting

Neil Johnston and Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    That is all from us for tonight.

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  2. 'It was important to take it seriously'

    Tottenham 4-0 Ludogorets

    Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho, speaking to BT Sport: "It was important. There is a risk of every team on six points against them. If that happens to qualify you need a lot of points. Normally nine points would be job done but it is not job done.

    "You need a result but today was important. We made lots of changes but it was important to take it seriously, it was good.

    "The game are important, every game is important. We don't look to certain competitions, we look game after game. To play all the same players is not good for the condition and for the mentality of those who play."

    On the youngsters who were able to play: "I am happy for them, some players had really nice performances. Japhet Tanganga had his first match after long injury, nice chance for the kids to make history. 4-0 and three points, that's good.

    "I know the kids well. Harvey White works with us every day in our squad, same as Jack Clrke, Dane Scarlett did pre-season with us. We know what they can do but it has to be the right moment and today was the right pressure for them."

    On facing Chelsea next: "Every game is every game, in the Premier League I don't make any difference because every game you can gain points or lose points. We don't look to the table we look to matches."

  3. 'He is too honest'

    Tottenham 4-0 Ludogorets

    What did Jose Mourinho make of Harry Winks' honest answer?

    "He is too honest!" he joked to BT Sport. "I am not happy with him!

    "With a goal like that you have to say you meant it, but a good kid. He is honest."

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    Here's all the results from tonight's games with four teams sealing early passage to the last 32.

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  5. Full time around Europe

    Diego Maradona tributes in Napoli

    It's been another busy day of Europa League action, let's round up some of the day's other results:

    An emotional night in Italy for Napoli - they beat HNK Rijeka 2-0 thanks to an own goal from Armando Anastasio before Hirving Lozano doubled their lead. Tributes were paid to Napoli legend Diego Maradona across Europe.

    Rangers lost a two goal lead in the final ten minutes to draw 2-2 with Benfica - those two are tied with eight points each at the top of Group D.

    After Arsenal booked their spot in the last 32 earlier this evening, Dundalk were beaten 3-1 by Rapid Vienna in Group B. Dundalk are winless in the Europa League so far this season.

    Celtic were beaten 4-1 earlier on by Sparta Prague - tough run for the Scottish giants.

  6. History made

    Tottenham 4-0 Ludogorets

    Dane Scarlett twice went close to scoring too in his short time on the pitch.

    The teenager can be very happy with that debut.

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    More from Harry Winks: "It was really enjoyable. We started with the right intensity because we didn't give them any chance to breathe. It was a good game for us."

    On if he finds it difficult to be on the fringes of the team: "It is tough. It is very difficult. All I can do is when I get opportunities like this is play well."

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    Fair play to Harry's honest there.

    I would have definitely said I meant it.

  9. 'I'd love to say I did'

    Tottenham 4-0 Ludogorets

    Harry Winks, speaking to BT Sport: "I'd love to sit here and say that I did, but I've got to be honest and say no. I saw Gaz (Gareth Bale) run in. I'll take it at the end of the day.

    "It has been a while (since I last scored) but I am happy with the way the team played."

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    Harry Winks admits he DIDN'T mean it.

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    We'll find out, as he is speaking to the media now...

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    Tottenham 4-0 Ludogorets

    Twenty four shots on goal for Tottenham, none of any kind for Ludogorets. Can't imagine that was a fun game to be involved in for the opposition players.

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    Tottenham 4-0 Ludogorets

    Tottenham now just need one point to progress to the last 32.


    Tottenham 4-0 Ludogorets

    That is indeed that.

    A stroll in the park for Tottenham.


    Tottenham 4-0 Ludogorets

    Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg has two nibbles at Ivan Yordanov, the second of which earns him a late yellow card.

    That is surely that.

  16. Benfica draw level late on in Scotland

    Rangers 2-2 Benfica

    It's all gone pear shaped in Scotland!

    Benfica have scored two goals in the space of about four minutes to draw level with Rangers. Haris Seferovic bagged the first one after Rangers failed to clear their leans and Pizzi lashed one past the keeper to make it 2-2.

    Can they scramble something in the last five minutes? Find out here.

  17. CLOSE!

    Tottenham 4-0 Ludogorets

    Dane Scarlett is agonisingly close again as his shot skips across the face of goal and just wide of the far post.

    The camera cuts to Jose Mourinho who is clearly willing the ball to go in. What a moment it would have been for the 16-year-old if he did score.

  18. Post update

    Tottenham 4-0 Ludogorets

    A late change for the visitors as Dominik Yankov is replaced by Ivan Yordanov.

    There's four minutes of time added on.

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    The people have spoken and they say that Harry Winks meant it. He definitely did. You can see him check the run of Gareth Bale and think 'nah, I'm having this'.

    We'll know for sure in a few minutes if he speaks to the press, which I imagine he will do.

    Tottenham have eased off a bit now as the clock ticks down to full time.