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Tottenham cruise is under control as Harry Kane scores a hat-trick, but the future of Dele Alli is still in the air.

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Harry Kane’s hat-trick knocks Tottenham to the Europa League group stage. Maccabi won 7-2 against Hifi in north London.

Giovanni Lo Celso scored two goals in three minutes as Jose Mourinho’s Spurs outscored their Israeli visitors at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Lucas Maura was also on target before Dele Alli converted a penalty in extra time.


Davinson Sanchez of Tottenham. Photo: Reuters

For Majabi, Tijaron Cherry and Nikita Rukawitsya fought back, but the caravan deceived Mourinho’s men.

From the pitch, Paris Saint-Germain made a last-ditch effort to sign Dele Alli for the loan before the transfer deadline on Monday.

Negotiations so far have failed to reach an agreement acceptable to both sides, but the French club returned for a last-ditch effort.


Tottenham’s Harry Kane scored his fifth goal from the penalty spot. Photo: Reuters

PSG wants to sign Ally for a one – season loan, and a player of his status will pay a loan fee to his parent club.

The value of one of Spurs’ top players over the past five years has yet to be seen by Spurs chairman Daniel Levy, who has not matched any club that wants to take Alli on loan or a permanent deal, which is a major hurdle in dealing with PSG. It remains to be seen whether Levy will change his mind this time.

Allie was first suggested as part of a deal to bring Gareth Bale back on loan from Real Madrid – which ended without the Englishman leaving.


Maccabi Haifa’s Tijaron Cherry throws the ball past Tottenham goalkeeper Joe Hart. Photo: PA

Elsewhere, full-back James Tavernier scored his seventh goal of the season as Rangers beat Galatasaray 2-1 in the Ibrox.

Three minutes after the opener, Scott Arfield found the net and the Rangers took control just hours earlier. Marcao’s last title hit the hosts but Gerard’s men held on.

Meanwhile, AC Milan, who beat Shamrock Rovers in the final round, avoid embarrassment to the Portuguese team Rio Highway in Villa do Conte.


Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho Pool. Photo: Reuters

In the final minute of extra time, a draw from Hakan Cal‌noglu made it 2-2 after 120 minutes and forced the game into a penalty shootout, thanks to the heroics of goalkeeper Gianluigi Donaramma as Rosoneri won 9-8.

Irish Independent

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