Last Updated: 14/03/13 9:53pm
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SPURS ARE THROUGH ... by a whisker!!! Emmanuel Adebayor's extra-time goal proved to be the aggregate winner, despite an amazing effort from Inter Milan.
Rodrigo Palacio's cross is turned away for a corner and here comes their goalkeeper Samir Handanovic!
Mark Stott says: "Spurs without bale am a worse than wolves at the minute but theyl go all the way in this I think!!!!"
Paul Miller emails in: "So frustrating that this match is not being aired live in New Zealand as a spurs fan from down under, firm believer that it's all over from here for Inter!"
As things stand Spurs are heading through to the quarter-finals thanks to Emmanuel Adebayor's away goal.
I don't believe it! Inter are not giving up without a fight. Antonio Cassano's right-foot inswinger is met by the Argentine striker at the back post. Brad Friedel does his best to get a hand to the ball, but it's not enough.
@webster129 Tweets: "Spurs fans too caught up with bale. we've played and won as a team. start to believe in the squad!"
Leigh Clarke says: "Yeah ok Adebayor scored but in my opinion AVB should still have got a striker in the January transfer market while Adebayor was in the Africans cup only had defoe has a striker up front. Perhaps spurs would have been in 2nd place by now."
Walter Gargano is replaced by Andrea Ranocchia as Andrea Stramaccioni makes his final change of the match.
It's half-time in extra-time and that goal from Emmanuel Adebayor after 96 minutes could well be the winner!
Alfie Soer emails in to say: "Ha aman funny how as soon as u complain about Adebayor he scores. Love it. Come on u Spurs."
The tie has turned back Tottenham's way and now Inter Milan need TWO more goals to get through because of the away goal. Spurs lead 4-3 on aggregate.
Spurs have scored! Moussa Dembele's low drive is parried by Samir Handanovic but only to the Togolese striker, who cannot miss from a few yards out.
Aman Chima emails in to say: "Honestly cannot believe how Spurs have thrown this away. I'm a huge spurs fan, but can only see one winner now and that's Inter. Gallas is well past it and Ade needs to go. Hasn't done anything productive all season, on or off the ball!! So frustrated!!!!!!!!"
BAD MISS!! William Gallas is left all alone in the six-yard box to meet the resulting corner, but he can only send it wide of the far post. The Frenchman is having one of those evenings!
GREAT SAVE!! Jan Vertonghen's header from the corner is heading into the back of the net until Samir Handanovic gets an important foot on the ball to divert it behind.
The away goal still counts double and if Spurs were to score, then it would make life very hard for the Italians.
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We're going to EXTRA-TIME at the San Siro folks. Goals from Antonio Cassano, Rodrigo Palacio and a William Gallas own goal pulled Inter Milan level on aggregate. Unbelievable!
Antonio Cassano's cross is headed away to Ricardo Alvarez, who hits his left-foot shot towards goal, but Brad Friedel holds on.
Referee Ivan Bebek is a bit winded after colliding with Antonio Cassano. The striker seems to be in a worse condition.
WHAT A SHOT!! Kyle Naughton thumps a right-foot cracker, which is turned behind by Samir Handanovic.
Inter's third goal has gone down as a William Gallas own goal as Kyle Naughton puts the ball out for a corner.
Leigh Clarke is back in touch to say: "Just goes to prove that spurs is a one man team. Only bale seems to be scoring for them."
Well, Spurs know they have to try and score now, otherwise we're going to extra-time and perhaps penalties!
Amazing! What can you say about this. The Italians are level on aggregate. Antonio Cassano's right-footed free-kick deflects off Kyle Walker on the edge of the wall before hitting William Gallas and flying past Brad Friedel.
@oliveryates29 responds to Spurs without Gareth Bale feedback earlier. "Really? So you would rather him get a harsh yellow in another game and potentially miss the semis or final?"
Jake Livermore is replaced by Aaron Lennon for Tottenham. A bit of much needed pace down the right-flank.
Kyle Naughton finds Lewis Holtby and they pull Inter one way and then the other. But Emmanuel Adebayor is then caught coming back from an offside position.
Rodrigo Palacio pulls the ball across for Antonio Cassano, but Brad Friedel was off his line in an instant.
The side from north London have been good on the ball, but have lacked concentration at the back. Shame there isn't a bigger crowd in the San Siro to see this match.
That goal came about after Spurs were attempted to hold a high line again. Not the first time they've been caught trying to catch Inter players offside tonight.
Andrea Stramaccioni is one excited Italian coach at the minute. Spurs fans will be biting their nails now!
Oh my goodness me! Inter are well and truly back in this tie now. Cristian Chivu wins the ball for Esteban Cambiasso who sends it through for the Argentine striker to sends his right-foot effort calmly past Brad Friedel into the far corner.
Whatever happens, I think there will be a few nervy Spurs fans sitting on the edge of their seats if Inter do score again.
Andy Rowson says: "If Inter score early second half its going to get a bit twitchy, still fancy Spurs to get through. COYS!!!!!"
Aaron Soer emails in to say: "Come on spurs we can get through Adebayor and Defoe to score but I reckon Cassano will score again 2-2. I think but spurs to go through, come on u LILY WHITES."
Clearly not a Spurs fan then Carl! Rodrigo Palacio is immediately caught in an offside position from another long ball.
Tottenham get the second half underway then. Can Inter make the impossible possible in this second half?
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Inter MIlan are now 1/3 to claim victory with our friends @Skybet, who make Tottenham 10/1 and the draw 7/2. Remember what I said before the game ... Antonio Cassano to score first and Inter Milan to win 3-0 was 85/1!! Well, the Italians to win by that scoreline is now 9/1 or if you fancy them to win on penalities, it's a 33/1 shot. Spurs to win 3-1 is 45/1. The Londoners have only lost three of their last 24 games and I went for a draw tonight - 1-1, which was priced at 11/2. That is now 4/1. Well worth a flutter in my book! Right-click here SKYBET and open in a new tab to place your bets on this match and keep and eye on the commentary at the same time.
Inter Milan lead Tottenham 1-0 on the night thanks to a goal from Antonio Cassano after 20 minutes, but the visitors still hold a handsome 3-1 aggregate scoreline in their favour. Andrea Stramaccioni's side will need a very special second 45 minutes if they are to get through this tie.
GREAT CHANCE!! Juan's mistake allows Emmanuel Adebayor to pick up the ball inside the area, but his attempted chip is too strong and Samir Handanovic doesn't even have to make a save.
The Colombian Fredy Guarin steps inside before unleashing a fierce right-foot strike, but Brad Friedel makes the save.
Fredy Guarin's attempted threw ball is cut out by Scott Parker and now Moussa Dembele looks to bring some order to the game.
Emmanuel Adebayor shifts the ball past his maker, but he can't get past veteran defender Javier Zanetti who shows a nice fleet of foot.
Better football from the men in white as Gylfi Sigurdsson spreads the play but then Jermain Defoe's cross is cleared away.
There is still time in this half for Inter to grab another as Walter Gargano is caught making his run too early.
Rodrigo Palacio is just caught offside, but that high line doesn't seem to be working for the visitors and Andre Villas-Boas may have to look at his tactics at the break.
I sense a bit of worry and so you should be because Spurs don't look on their game tonight. William Gallas is almost caught taking his time on the ball and Brad Friedel has to whack it away.
@sach3198 Tweets: "I think it will be 2-2 and still spurs going through despite early goal by Inter."
OFF THE CROSSBAR!! Antonio Cassano plays a simple ball over the top of Spurs' backline for Rodrigo Palacio, whose lob strikes the woodwork. How unlucky!
The Italian striker has lit the blue touch paper for the Nerazzurri as he heads the ball home at the back post from Rodrigo Palacio's right-wing cross.
PENALTY APPEAL!! Antonio Cassano goes over the challenge of William Gallas in the area, but the referee decides to wave play on which incenses the Italian striker.
@lewishughes09 Tweets: "I think spurs gonna win it 2-1 adebayor and defoe scoring and 4 inter I think gargano gonna score 1 tough match but COYS!!!"
Tottenham have not conceded in their last four games against Italian opposition and they've made a confident start in the San Siro tonight.
But then Inter win back possession and Antonio Cassano gets away down the right, but his low drive is well held by Brad Friedel.
Referee Ivan Bebek comes across to have strong words with Kyle Naughton as he takes his time over a throw.
Mitchell Breckon in the USA says: "Big game for Adebayor and Defoe to get back on the scoresheet and up their confidence. I am also hoping that without Lennon and Bale we have the attacking creativity to finish the game off in good fashion. Hoping to see Holtby come on and have a good game, after our meltdown at Anfield last week we need to kick on and concentrate for the entire 90 minutes."
Andrea Stramaccioni's side will be boosted by the fact that they have scored 16 goals in the competition since the group stages began and they attack through Antonio Cassano down the right, but his cross is poor.
Esteban Cambiasso's pass looks for Rodrigo Palacio down the middle, but he fails to make a decent connection.
Spurs are wearing their all-white kit and they are in possession and not afraid to try and get an early goal against the hosts.
We're underway at a half empty San Siro Stadium in Milan. The pitch is in pretty decent condition and the hosts are wearing their more familiar black and blue striped shirts.
Both sides go into the game on the back of domestic defeats at the weekend. Inter suffered a 1-0 defeat to Bologna whilst Villas-Boas' Spurs tasted defeat for the first time in three months, sliding to a narrow 3-2 defeat at Liverpool
Meanwhile, Andre Villas-Boas is playing a strong team and says he is taking this game seriously: "There is no scoreline that could make us change six or seven players so we will play a strong team to make sure we go through in this competition. We take this game very seriously. We've been in situation where he is not with us and we got results."
Andrea Stramaccioni says his Inter side are determined to do well tonight. He said: "We all know the importance of the remaining 10 league games but our head is on. We must do well and win in front of our fans. We have a difficult result to overturn but we take to the field to win."
INTER TEAM NEWS: Head coach Andrea Stramaccioni has included the recalled striker Antonio Cassano, while Rodrigo Palacio - five goals in six Europa League games also starts. They will set up in a 4-4-2 formation, but the midfield will have a diamond formation look to it, so plenty of room down the wings for Spurs to attack!
TOTTENHAM TEAM NEWS: Emmanuel Adebayor and Jermain Defoe lead the line in a 4-4-2 system as Spurs look to seal their passage to the quarter-finals of the Europa League. Aaron Lennon is only deemed fit enough to take a place on the bench while Brad Friedel starts in goal. Andre Villas-Boas is without Gareth Bale after to his booking in the 3-0 first-leg win last week.
INTER MILAN: Handanovic, Jonathan, Juan, Chivu, Zanetti, Gargano, Kovacic, Cambiasso, Guarin, Palacio, Cassano.
TOTTENHAM: Friedel, Walker, Gallas, Vertonghen, Naughton, Dembele, Livermore, Parker, Sigurdsson, Defoe, Adebayor.
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