Europa League: Tromso 0-2 Spurs | Swans 0-1 Valencia
Tromso IL 0-2 Tottenham Hotspur
Spurs finished top of Europa League Group K, beating Tromso 2-0 in freezing conditions to maintain their perfect record. It was a evenly-matched battle in the first-half, the teams going into the break goalless, but Tottenham broke the deadlock just after the hour mark, Vlad Chiriches's shot deflected in off Tromso's Adnan Causevic to go down as an own goal. Mousa Dembele doubled their lead 12 minutes later, tucking in a pass from Sigurdsson, and nearly scored again from the restart, but his shot struck the post and the rebound hit the side netting.
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Swansea City 0-1 Valencia
Swansea's journey to the knockout stages looks in jeopardy after a 1-0 defeat by Valencia. They visit St Gallen on the 12th December and need to come away with a point to guarantee qualification. Daniel Parejo gave the visitors the lead in the 20th minute, after Swan's keeper Gerhard Tremmel failed to clear with a weak punch. Alvaro Vazquez thought he'd equalised after the break, but the linesman flagged for offside. Playback showed that the Swansea man was onside. Frustrated Swansea will now have to go into their final game with all to play for.
Wigan Athletic 1-2 Zulte Waregem
Owen Coyle's Wigan will go into their final game hoping for victory, as qualification now looks in doubt after going down 2-1 to Zulte Waregem. Wigan struck an early goal in the 7th minute, Leon Barnett picked up a loose ball and scored from 15 yards out. The home fans felt positive but the visitors equalised just before half-time. Thorgan Hazard, brother of Edin, saw his shot collected by Wigan keeper Lee Nicholls, only for the ball to squirm through his hands and cross the line. It was Junior Malanda who secured all three points for the Belgian side though, hitting a superb shot from just outside the area. The win leaves Zulte in second place in the table, with Wigan two points behind.
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