Liveticker mit allen Spielereignissen, Toren und Statistiken zum Spiel Tottenham Hotspur - Olympiakos Piräus - kicker. Direkter Vergleich. Begegnungen: 4; Siege Tottenham Hotspur: 2; Siege Olympiakos Piräus: 1; Unentschieden: 1; Torverhältnis: 5. Tottenham Hotspur putzt Olympiakos Piräus nach einem Rückstand mit und zieht unter Mourinho direkt ins Achtelfinale der Champions League ein!
Tottenham - OlympiakosDirekter Vergleich. Begegnungen: 4; Siege Tottenham Hotspur: 2; Siege Olympiakos Piräus: 1; Unentschieden: 1; Torverhältnis: 5. Champions League - Gruppe B. Olympiakos - Tottenham. Beendet. Olympiakos Piräus. Mittwoch September h. Tottenham Hotspur. Tottenham Hotspur mit Neu-Coach Jose Mourinho trifft am fünften Spieltag der Champions League auf Olympiakos Piräus. Alles über diese.
Tottenham Olympiakos GOAL! Tottenham 0-2 Olympiakos (Semedo 19) VideoTottenham - Olympiacos [4-2] - GOLES - Grupo B - UEFA Champions League App Malen Nach Zahlen Erwachsene Alli Rechtsschuss Vorbereitung Aurier Tottenham. Für Olympiakos geht es noch um Platz drei und das Überwintern in der Europa League. Der Torjäger und Captain macht sein fünftes CL-Tor und stellt auf Die Spurs starteten zunächst denkbar schlecht in ihr erstes Heimspiel unter Mourinho und lagen bereits nach 19 Minuten verdient mit hinten.
First-half goals by Youssef El Arabi and Ruben Semedo had seen nerves spread through the stadium but Spurs responded with one of their now trademark European comebacks.
The victory, coupled with Red Star Belgrade's heavy defeat to Bayern Munich, means that with one game remaining Tottenham are already certain to finish second in Group B.
Tottenham: Gazzaniga 6 , Aurier 8 , Sanchez 6 , Alderweireld 6 , Rose 6 , Dier 5 , Winks 7 , Moura 7 , Alli 7 , Son 6 , Kane 7. Subs: Eriksen 7 , Sissoko 6 , Ndombele 6 Olympiakos: Sa 6 , Elabdellaoui 6 , Ruben Semedo 6 , Meriah 4 , Tsimikas 6 , Camara 6 , Guilherme 6 , Bouchalakis 6 , Podence 7 , El Arabi 7 , Masouras 7.
Subs: Valbuena 6 , Randjelovic 6 Man of the Match: Serge Aurier. Mourinho had already made a winning start to his reign by beating West Ham on Saturday but it soon became clear that this fixture would prove far less straightforward.
Olympiakos were bright from the outset and took the lead in the sixth minute when El Arabi curled a left-footed shot from distance into the far corner of Paulo Gazzaniga's net.
Tottenham's confidence was sapped and their predicament became worse when a corner from the left fell perfectly for Ruben Semedo to tap into the empty net.
The Dane replaced Eric Dier after 29 minutes and went on to be the team's most creative player with three chances created, while he also laid on an assist for Kane's second.
Until Meriah's dreadful, inexcusable error, Olympiacos appeared to be more or less in control, with Spurs' attacks not causing them too much bother.
He allowed them a way back and that was all the encouragement the hosts needed. All four of Alli's goals in the competition have come at home.
Spurs look to resume their Premier League renaissance at home to Bournemouth on Saturday, with their next Champions League outing at Bayern Munich coming on December Red Star must beat Bayern or hope Spurs do not defeat Olympiakos to keep their hopes of advancing alive, likewise with the Greek side having to win at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
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Tottenham XI: Gazzaniga, Aurier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Rose, Dier, Winks, Dele, Lucas, Son, Kane Olympiakos XI: Jose Sa, Elabdellaoui, Semedo, Meriah, Tsimikas Camara, Guilherme, Bouchalakis, Daniel Podence, El Arabi, Giorgos Masouras Youssef El-Arabi opens the scoring for Olympiakos with powerful effort from distance Ruben Semedo grabs a second for the visitors - converting from point-blank range Dele Alli capitalises on terrible Olympiakos error to pull one back Harry Kane equalises in the 50th-minute - Lucas Moura assist Serge Aurier gives Tottenham the lead with powerful strike Harry Kane gives Tottenham a two-goal lead, heading home Eriksen cross.
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The Starting XI… No messing around from Jose Mourinho. The England captain broke Alessandro del Piero's record as the player to score 20 Champions League goals in the fewest games - 24, compared to the Italian's 26 games with Juventus.
There was no fanfare when Mourinho took his seat in the technical area before kick-off, although inevitably banks of photographers were there to welcome him.
He had a distinctly uncomfortable start as this lively Olympiakos side exposed so many of the flaws that led to Pochettino's sacking and Mourinho's arrival when Spurs were run ragged early on.
It was then that Mourinho made his impact with a positive - and necessary - substitution, introducing the creativity of Eriksen for the stability of pivot Dier to try to edge Spurs back into the contest.
This was not a cautious Mourinho but one who knew something had to change, even though only 26 minutes had gone. Yes, Spurs and Mourinho needed a huge slice of luck, but once they emerged for the second half the mood had changed after Alli's goal, which deflated Olympiakos and revitalised the home side and their supporters.
It allowed Mourinho to join in the celebrations with the Spurs fans, and even hug that ball boy, as a night that started by threatening a serious anti-climax had the perfect conclusion.
Mourinho stayed on the pitch at the final whistle to congratulate his Spurs players before politely applauding fans behind the technical area and making his way down the tunnel.
This was a good night for Mourinho in the context of the result and Spurs' performance once they had the encouragement of a goal right on half-time.
They were galvanised and the usual suspects came to the party as Kane struck twice and Alli showed superb footwork to set up the third goal for Aurier.
Mourinho, however, will not get carried away because he will note how Spurs were so easily cut open early on and how defensive uncertainty, and moments of poor communication between goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga and his backline, threatened more problems.
He knew he had problems to solve when he succeeded Pochettino and two wins from two will not blind him to the fact they still need addressing.
Tottenham host Bournemouth on Saturday GMT in the Premier League as they look to make it three wins from three under Mourinho. Formation Match ends, Tottenham Hotspur 4, Olympiakos 2.
Second Half ends, Tottenham Hotspur 4, Olympiakos 2. Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur wins a free kick in the defensive half. Foul by Mohamed Camara Olympiakos.
Attempt missed. Assisted by Mathieu Valbuena with a cross following a corner. Corner, Olympiakos. Conceded by Serge Aurier. Foul by Giorgos Masouras Olympiakos.
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Corner, Tottenham Hotspur. Attempt saved. Erik Lamela Tottenham Hotspur left footed shot from a difficult angle on the left is saved in the bottom left corner.
Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur header from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Christian Eriksen with a cross.
Erik Lamela Tottenham Hotspur left footed shot from the right side of the box is blocked. Assisted by Christian Eriksen. Moussa Sissoko Tottenham Hotspur wins a free kick in the attacking half.
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