Last Updated: 21/02/13 9:36pm
FT Lyon 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur. Spurs progress after a dramtic last gasp equaliser from Dembele. They will now face Inter Milan in the next round.
GOAL! Dembele has turned it on its head. He strikes from just outside the box and finds the bottom corner. It's 1-1. Spurs lead 3-2 on aggregate.
Changes for both sides again as Ghezzal replaces Lisandro. Holtby departs and Sigurdsson is his replacement.
Malbranque tries to go past Assou-Ekotto but he doesn't have much success and the ball goes through to Friedel.
Changes for both sides as Lacazette goes off and is replaced by Malbranque. Lennon is replaced by Dempsey.
Gomis is put through and Friedel comes out to meet him,, the ball drops to Lacazette who fails to score as he goes down easily.
Spurs try to build but lose possession and Lyon attack only to run the ball out of play. Spurs back in possession.
Umtiti tries to find Gomis but he is fended off by Vertonghen awho gets the ball back to Friedel. Spurs then attack and gain a corner.
Umtiti whips a ball into the Spurs box, ball is cleared, comes back in but is cleared again. Grenier then has a shot at goal but Friedel stops it. Spurs clear. Worrying times for them.
Ball is fed through to Lisandro but the ball is blocked. Spurs break and Adebayor crosses the ball to Bale but he taps the ball just wide. Lyon survive.
Tom Mednick writes: 'Let's see something magic from someone OTHER than Bale. Dembele really needs to go for a run. Also, where's Lennon? Let's get it together lads!'
Half time thoughts now as Rafee Ahmed writes: 'Lyon have been solid tonight, they have a chance if they stop the danger man Bale who is having a bad day in office but still he is a quality player and can change a game in a second just like last time they met where he was the difference, Spurs are a one man team who have some very average player like Parker who has been poor today giving balls away too many time'
HT Lyon 1-0 Spurs (2-2 agg). At the moment Lyon are going through. 45 minutes for Spurs to turn this one around.
Rafee Ahmed writes: 'Really impressed the way Lyon are playing just like AC Milan last night defending bravely but Spurs have been poor, really surprised to see them play like this after playing some magical stuff in White Hart Lane..what has happened to Bale looks a shadow of a player from the last meeting he looks like a frustrated player today'
Greneir tries to find Gomis again but the ball is blocked and Spurs try to break but get nowhere and Lyon come right back at them. Gallas clears the ball out of play.
Bale tries to find Holtby but is cut out. Lyon break and the ball is threaded through to Gomis but he's offside.
Adam Powlesland is not a very happy Spurs fan as he writes: 'Definitely not happy, what is it with European footballers going down under the slightest touch. I know the Premiership is bad but this is almost comical. Nothing wrong with Ade's header, and Kyle Walker didnt do anything to concede the free kick. I guess its true what they say about the French.... COYS. Adebayor to get one back.'
Ball is lumped forward to Adebayor who climbs high but is deemed to have fouled Bisevac. Free-kick Lyon.
Gonalons tries to get through the Spurs defence but they stand strong and Holtby starts up a Spurs attack.
Free-kick to Lyon after Lisandro goes down easily under pressure from Parker but it comes to nothing.
Spurs now must score if they are to progress and there are straight into the Lyon half looking for an equaliser.
GOAL! Lyon take the lead. Grenier takes and Gonalons heads in. It's 1-0 on the night. 2-2 on aggregate.
Spurs break and try to find a way through the Lyon defence, they build up some nice possession before Holtby loses control and the ball goes out of play for a throw-in.
Grenier fires the ball straight into the wall, tries again and his cross finds Lacazette but he heads straight at Friedel who makes a comfortable save.
Grenier takes, Adebayor hooks the ball away. Lisandro goes for goal but fires wide. Goal-kick Spurs.
David Newman is another Spurs fan confident of a result as he writes: 'Back in Israel for tonights game after being at WHL for the first leg. We need to cancel out that away goal and we'll be ok. Withstand some early pressure and then a breakaway from either Bale or Holtby.On to San Siro for the next round.'
Michael James is next in with a prediction and he is rather more optimistic as he writes: 'I see a 2-1 win in Tottenham favour, although i would prefer we didnt progress, Adebayor and Holtby for us, and a Gomis header for Lyon.'
The first leg saw Tottenham take the initiative with a 2-1 victory at White Hart Lane. The in form Gareth Bale grabbed both goals for Spurs with Samuel Umtiti scoring a scorcher to give Lyon some hope in this second leg.
Lyon team news is out and they line up as follows: Vercoutre, Reveillere, Bisevac, Lovren, Umtiti, Fofana, Grenier, Gonalons, Lacazette, Gomis, Lopez.
Sky Bet are offering odds of 11/8 for Lyon to win tonight, with Spurs priced at 15/8. There are odds of 12/5 for a draw. As for qualifying overall Lyon are 6/4 whilst Spurs are 1/2. Gareth Bale to score first is 13/2. Bet on Lyon v Tottenham now
Peter Stickley is first to email in and writes: 'Fingers crossed for tonight. Got a feeling Bale will be kept Quiet and we will lose 2 0 on the night. Hope I'm wrong.'
The subs bench for Tottenham tonight is: Lloris, Naughton, Caulker, Dawson Livermore, Dempsey and Sigurdsson.
The team news is out and Tottenham line up as follows: Friedel, Walker, Gallas, Vertonghen, Assou-Ekotto, Dembele, Parker, Lennon, Bale, Holtby, Adebayor