Last Updated: 27/02/14 10:06pm
That's it! Tottenham beat Dnipro and progress to the last-16 of the Europa League. Tottenham 3 Dnipro 1 (Agg: 3-2). Benfica next for Tim Sherwood's side.
Spurs sitting deep now. Konoplyanka has a go from distance but Lloris does really well and palms away.
CHANCE! Wonderful ball from the right by Townsend but Soldado can't convert and the ball bounces over the bar.
Excellent defending by Strinić against Townsend. The England man had plenty of room but he was closed down quickly.
GOAL! Adebayor! They've done it! Incredible touch off the chest by the striker and a lovely little flick past the 'keeper and into the net. 3-1 on the night, 3-2 on aggregate.
The Dnipro forward needed a hand getting off the pitch. He was far from happy with the Spurs defender.
Kankava fouls Townsend and Eriksen stands over the free-kick. Meanwhile, in the box, Zozulya is shown a RED CARD for a headbutt on Vertonghen.
POST! Rotan squared the free-kick to Konoplyana instead of crossing it and the Liverpool target strikes the outside of the post.
The referee is having a word with Tim Sherwood. The Spurs manager unhappy with some of Dnipro's antics.
OFFSIDE GOAL! Wonderful little pass from Eriksen but Soldado was a fraction offside before he hit it and it won't count. Good finish from Soldado and should provide him with confidence.
Townsend wins a corner which Eriksen takes. Dnipro make a mess of the clearance and Dembele's shot goes into the ground and over.
Sherwood suggested earlier in the week that a victory tonight could aid their push for a Champions League place.
The referee blows the whistle for the break. Sherwood will want more from his side. 0-0. Dnipro lead 1-0 on agg.
Naughton has a go after the corner is cleared but his shot is charged down. Might take something special tonight.
Predictable approach so far from Spurs. Dnipro more than happy for them to have the ball. Sandro does well to win a free-kick after Dnipro lose concentration momentarily though.
Sandro then has a go at goal but like Matheus's attempt earlier it won't be troubling the 'keeper. Over.
Sherwood marching up and down his technical area. Plenty for him to ponder. Dnipro holding a decent shape and look dangerous when they break.
CHANCE! Dawson looked like he was struggling when Matheus got the wrong side of him. The Dnipro forward was clean through and went down but no penalty or foul.
Naughton trying to get forward when he can down the right. Fryers the same down the left but he can't reach Soldado's flick.
Unlucky from Spurs again. Eriksen and Dembele exchange passes but it's a long one from the Dane this time and Dnipro get a goal kick.
Eriksen the one that looks the most likely to make something happen for Spurs. Popping up in different positions all the time. Trying to make himself available.
Dnipro corner dealt with well by Spurs and Dawson starts another attack. The away side get numbers back though and Spurs retreat.
Lovely run from Eriksen who weaved his way through the Dnipro defence. He runs out of space in the end.
Konoplyanka the ball Dnipro are looking for whenever they get it. He's blessed with real pace so can get in behind the Tottenham defence if required.
Great applause for Sandro who storms through midfield to win the ball back for his side. They've missed him.
Adebayor has made that run down the right a couple of times early on. He's offside this time though.
CHANCE! Adebayor's chest down is hit by Eriksen but deflected over from the edge of the area. Unlucky.
Matheus and Giuliano trying to close down the space in midfield. Spurs will need to move it quicker.
Konoplyanka looking lively but he lacks support. At the other end Soldado has a sight of goal but is crowded out.
Tim Sherwood has put his faith in Roberto Soldado to rediscover his goalscoring touch tonight. Can he do it?
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Tottenham will believe that they have enough firepower at their disposal, to turn the tie on its head at White Hart Lane.Spurs will, however, be without the services of their all-time leading goalscorer in European competition, with an untimely injury preventing Toronto-bound Jermain Defoe from bidding his farewells with a run out on home soil.
Tottenham Hotspur have a one-goal deficit to try and overturn in the second leg of their Europa League last-32 encounter with Dnipro.Spurs saw their previously perfect run through continental competition suffer its first blemish on Ukrainian soil.A penalty from Yevhen Konoplyanka - who was strongly linked with a move to the Premier League and Liverpool in January - put Tim Sherwood's side to the sword.
Dnipro starting XI: Boyko; Mazuch, Cheberyachko, Fedetskiy, Strinić; Kankava, Rotan; Giuliano, Konoplyanka, Zozulya; Matheus.
Tottenham starting XI: Lloris; Naughton, Dawson, Vertonghen, Fryers; Dembele, Eriksen, Sandro, Townsend; Adebayor, Soldado.