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Ottenham’s Europa Conference League campaign encountered another stumbling block as they were beaten 2-1 by Slovenian minnows NS Mura.

Couldn’t do anything about the goal and had no other stopping to do.

Slipped into preparation for Horvat’s goal, but only after he got into a terrible position anyway. He looked uncomfortable on the left of a back-three before Sessegnon’s red card forced the change.

One of only two players to continue from the Premier League squad as Conte sought another look at his most likely replacement Cristian Romero but had to be moved to left-back after Sessegnon’s red card, then to the right after changes.

Easily the best of Spurs defenders and made a crucial last man tackle. The story of his Spurs career when he got hooked after half-time while Sanchez stayed on the pitch.

Touch looked rusty and useless with his last bullet. Like Sessegnon, missed the opportunity to impress a manager who would do anything to set up a system that should suit him.

Fairly tidy in possession and dug into the ground to make up for the man’s disadvantage, but the midfield balance was poor.

Driving force on the ball that seemed most likely to create an opening during a choppy first half, although Skipp was exposed at times.

A blocked shot was the sum of his offensive contributions before two thoughtless challenges resulted in a red card in the 32nd minute. Quite simply, a nightmare.

Frustrated when two good runs behind were not spotted early on, but then passed out. Spared the humiliation of another halftime withdrawal, but only barely.


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