Tottenham 0 Lazio 0: AVB fumes after THREE disallowed strikes deny Spurs win
21:00 GMT, 20 September 2012
Tottenham scored three times against Lazio but ended up taking a point home from their Europa League clash which ended a goalless draw.
Clint Dempsey had a header ruled out for offside in a debatable decision before Jermain Defoe's strike was correctly disallowed because Gareth Bale was offside.
Then Steven Caulker had a header scratched from the records after supposedly committing a foul before converting, leaving Andre Villas-Boas raging on the sidelines.
More to follow.
No cigar: Clint Dempsey's goal was ruled out
Tottenham: Lloris; Walker, Caulker, Vertonghen, Naughton; Dembele (Mason 90), Sandro; Lennon (Townsend 81), Dempsey (Sigurdsson 76), Bale; Defoe.
Subs not used: Cudicini, Gallas, Dawson, Huddlestone
Lazio: Marchetti, Lulic, Dias, Biava, Cavanda, Ledesma, Onazi (Zarate 80), Gonzalez, Hernanes, Mauri (Ederson 90), Klose.
Subs not used: Bizzarri, Ciani, Scaloni, Kozak, Floccari.
Booked: Dias, Biava, Gonzales
Come on: Andre Villas-Boas urges Spurs forwards
Tussle: Jan Vertonghen (left) battles Stefano Mauri battle for the ball
Watching on: Michel Platini smirking in the stands
Go on then: Villas-Boas gave Hugo Lloris his first start for Tottenham
Splash: Gareth Bale freshens up
Scramble: The impressive Aaron Lennon can't find the net