Tottenham came from behind to book their place in the knockout stages of the Europa League following a 3-3 draw with LASK.
Jose Mourinho’s side fell behind just before the break, although a penalty from Gareth Bale and a second-half strike from Heung Min Son appeared to enough for Spurs.
However the Austrian’s hit back twice inside the final 10 minutes, either side of Dele Alli’s penalty.
Here’s how every Spurs player rated on the night.
Joe Hart, 4 – Started the evening off with an outstanding save from point-blank range, but didn’t cover himself in glory for the opening two goals. Beaten far too easily for the opener, before letting LASK’s second slip through his hands. Helpless with the third.
Matt Doherty, 3 – Slipped in the build-up to LASK’s opener. He didn’t give Mourinho much food for thought ahead of Arsenal on Sunday in what was a shocking performance.
Japhet Tanganga, 5 – More minutes in his legs after his injury lay-off, but wasn’t great.
Davinson Sanchez, 4 – Came up with some good blocks, but caught napping for LASK’s second goal, and it’s not difficult to see why he’s miles off the Premier League starting XI.
Ben Davies, 5 – Steady performance from the Welshman.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg 6 – Got better, but was loose in possession, as were most in truth.
Tanguy Ndombele, 6 – Won the penalty and then claimed another assist with an excellent pass for Son’s goal, before he was replaced by Moussa Sissoko soon after ahead of Arsenal.
Giovani Lo Celso, 5 – Got another 70 minutes in his legs after missing the Ludogorets game through injury, but couldn’t get going.
Lucas Moura, 4 – Did well in the build-up to the penalty, but an off night for the Brazilian.
Gareth Bale, 5 – Improved from the moment he equalised from the penalty spot in first-half stoppage-time, but wasted a great opportunity to make it 3-1 midway through the second-half when he should have either gone for goal or found Son, but somehow did neither.
Heung Min Son, 5 – Contributed almost nothing before putting Tottenham ahead with an excellent finish after the break.
Moussa Sissoko, 5 – Was always going to replace Ndombele, and added some energy.
Steven Bergwijn, 5 – Won the second penalty.
Eric Dier, 6 – Replaced Lo Celso and slipped into a back-three for the final 20 minutes.
Dele Alli, 6 – Came on to give Son a rest for the final 10 minutes and thought he’d scored the winner from the penalty spot, but LASK then equalised in stoppage-time.
Serge Aurier, N/A – Made a rare late Europa League appearance.