Tottenham vs Real Madrid: LIVE Stream and Score (1-0)
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Thank you to everyone who has tuned in for today’s game, with Spurs coming away with a 1-0 win against Real Madrid.

Make sure you check out our other live article of Bayern Munich vs Fenerbahce (7:30 PM) to find out who Spurs will play in the final of the 2019 Audi Cup.

Spurs are through to the final and we will be covering it!
We will have live minute-by-minute updates, just like today, for the final of the 2019 Audi Cup when Spurs will face either Bayern Munich or Fenerbahçe.

The game kicks off at 7:30 PM so make sure you tune in.

Full time: Spurs 1-0 Real Madrid
Harry Kane's firs half strike gives Spurs the win and they will play in the Audi Cup final tomorrow.

Real Madrid had their chances but couldn't find an equaliser in the second half.

86' Close!

Troy Parrott was put through for a counter attack and his effort from the right-hand side of the box hit the post.

85' There's just five minutes to go here in Germany.

Madrid are still searching for an equaliser and are starting to apply the pressure.

74' Real Madrid thought they had equalised after Marcelo's cross found Rodrygo who found the back of the net.

Although, the linesman rightly raised his flag for offside.

68' Alli is put through with a ball over the top by Walker-Peters, after taking the ball down with his chest he claimed that he was fouled in the box, although the referee did not give anything.
66' Goalscorer Harry Kane is replaces by promising striker Troy Parrott. Meanwhile, Son also comes off, with Nkoudou getting his first action of pre-season
64' Theres a double change from Real Madrid:

OFF: Kroos, Varane, Vazquez

ON: Valverde, Vinicius Junior, Nacho

62' Moura finds Alli in behind the defence after he made one of his trademark runs, he had the chance to double his side's lead but Navas quickly came out and made yet another save.
61' Alli drives forward from his own half before finding Kane on the right-hand side of the box, his effort is central though and saved from the Madrid 'keeper.
58' Son with a fantastic effort on his left foot as he tries to curl the ball into the top corner from outside the area, Navas does well to make the save.
57' Excellent chance for Real Madrid as Marcelo finds Hazard, who has a great chance to score from just in front of the penalty spot but Tanganga makes a good block for Spurs.
Confirmation of Spurs' second half XI
 

52' Benzema was picked out by Rodrygo only for his shot to be blocked and it goes out for a corner.
Spurs have made several changes at half time:

OFF: Gazzaniga, Lamela, Vertonghen, Rose, Winks, Foyth, Alderweireld, Ndombele, Eriksen

ON: Lloris, Alli, Sanchez, Georgiou, Walker-Peters, Tanganga, Moura, Sissoko, Skipp

The second half is underway!
Real Madrid have got the second half underway in Germany.

Can they make a come back in this half?

Kane's goal is the difference between the two sides at the break
 

Half-time: Spurs 1-0 Real Madrid
A mistake from Marcelo allowed Harry Kane to get in behind the defence and give Spurs the lead in a competitive half at the Allianz Arena.
43' A strong penalty shout for Spurs as Lamela is kicked down to the ground before Kane's shot is deflected out for a corner.
39' Benzema strikes a fierce effort on his left foot from the edge of the box which went just over the bar.
37' There's less than 10 minutes to go until the break, Madrid are searching for an equaliser but Spurs are defending resiliently and causing problems for Madrid's shaky defence when going forward.
30' It was almost 2-0 to Spurs!

Lamela with a fantastic chip towards Harry Kane, Varane missed it and the striker's effort was saved well by Navas.

26' Close!

Modric found Benzema with a low cross, the striker had a great chance to equalise but struck the ball just wide of the post.

24' Benzema's first real chance of the game comes as he volleys the ball off target after a cross from the right.

Kroos' long range effort is then deflected wide for a corner to Madrid

GOAL!
23' Harry Kane gives Spurs the lead! A mistake from Marcelo sent Kane through down the right hand side of the box, he made no mistake and beat Navas at his near post.

Spurs 1-0 Real Madrid

19' Another great save from the Real Madrid goalkeeper.

Lamela's effort from close range probably should have gone in but the 'keeper made himself big.

He then had to tip a long range Ndombele strike over the bar.

17' Great save from Navas!

Rose's cross from the left hand side was dangerous, Varane got a touch on it but the goalkeeper had to prevent an own goal.

14' Son with a good ball on the counter attack towards Lamela who was making a clear run through the middle, Modric then rescued his side with a great interception.
10' Lamela with a great chip over the top to Eriksen from the edge of the box, his touch was not as good as he would have liked and the chance goes begging.

The resulting corner came to nothing.

6’ Varane’s scuffed clearance from a Danny Rose cross goes back towards his own goal but is gathered comfortably by Navas.
We're underway!
Harry Kane has kicked us off here in Germany for the semi-final of the Audi Cup.

Who will make it to the final?

Both sides are finishing off their warm ups on the pitch here at the Allianz Arena in Germany.

There is just 10 minutes to go until kick-off.

Summer signing's Rodrygo and Hazard start for Real Madrid, both have already played in previous friendlies, Rodrygo getting his first goal for the club against Bayern Munich whilst Hazard will be a familiar opponent for Spurs.

Someone else the Premier League side will be very aware of is former player Modric, who starts for the Spanish side.

As we already knew, Gareth Bale will not play a part in today's game after being left out of the squad for the 2019 Audi Cup.

Team news: Real Madrid
 

Despite their futures being up in the air, Christian Eriksen and Danny Rose start for Spurs, as does Toby Alderweireld, whose £25 million release clause has now expired.

Summer signing Tanguy Ndombele gets another chance to impress the manager and earn himself a start in the Premier League.

Their are plenty of youngsters on the bench for Pochettino's side, although some of their star players are also included such as Dele Alli, Hugo Lloris and Moussa Sissoko.


Team News: Spurs

 
Spurs vs Real Madrid: Head to Head
The two sides have met each other twice in recent years, both games coming in 2017 as part of the Champions League group stage.

The first game, in Spain, ended in a 1-1 draw whilst the reverse fixture saw Spurs come away 3-1 winners at Wembley with goals from Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen.

The teams have only played on four other occasions, twice in 1985 and twice in 2011.

Real Madrid won three of those games, with the other game ending in a draw.

We're approaching kick-off in Germany, team news will be out soon
 

Spurs captain Lloris returns from illness
The Spurs captain Hugo Lloris is part of their squad for the two upcoming games after recovering from tonsillitis.

Rose and Nkoudou also return after being left out of the Asia tour in order to find new clubs, which so far has not happened.

Gareth Bale is left out of the squad
The Welshman will not play against his former club today after being left out of the squad.

His potential move to China is now off and he could end up staying in Spain despite the wishes of his manager.

It has been reported that he is not in the right mental state to play.

Real Madrid squad for 2019 Audi Cup

 
Five players miss out again through injury
Five Spurs players who missed their tour to Asia will also not be involved in the Audi Cup, meaning they have yet to play in pre-season.

Eric Dier, Cameron Carter-Vickers and Ben Davies are continuing their rehabilitation after recent injuries, whilst Victor Wanyama  has stayed in London to be assessed after a knee problem.

Serge Aurier has undergone surgery for a hand injury picked up on international duty with the Ivory Coast during their Africa Cup of Nations campaign.

Spurs squad for 2019 Audi Cup confirmed
Here is Pochettino's squad for the two Audi Cup games:

Toby Alderweireld, Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen, Juan Foyth, Paulo Gazzaniga, Anthony Georgiou, Harry Kane, Erik Lamela, Hugo Lloris, George Marsh, Lucas Moura, Tanguy Ndombele, Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, Troy Parrott, Jack Roles, Danny Rose, Davinson Sanchez, Moussa Sissoko, Oliver Skipp, Heung-Min Son, Japhet Tanganga, Jan Vertonghen, Kyle Walker-Peters, Harvey White, Harry Winks, Alfie Whiteman

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Team news: Real Madrid
Bale was left out of the game against Bayern Munich but has played in the last two games, so with the reported move to China off, he could make an appearance against his old club.

The biggest issue for Real Madrid came in their win over Arsenal.

Asensio picked up a serious knee injury and could be on the sidelines for the next nine months, which has led to suggestions that James Rodriguez could stay at the club despite the speculation surrounding his future.

Team news: Spurs
Mauricio Pochettino has managed to keep his squad that joined him in Asia injury free.

The likes of Rose, Wanyama, Dier, Sanchez and Davies did not travel with the squad though for their previous games for various reasons and have therefore not had any minutes yet in pre-season, they will be hoping for that to change soon.

Zidane admits 'it would be best for everyone' if former Spurs forward Gareth Bale left Madrid
A big talking point going into this game will be the future of Real Madrid and former Spurs attacker Gareth Bale.

His manager, Zidane, had this to say on the Welshman:

"We hope he leaves soon. It would be best for everyone. We are working on his transfer to a new team.

I have nothing personal against him, but there comes a time where things are done because they must be done."

It was reported that Bale was close to joining Chinese club Jiangsu Suning, although it is now believed that the deal will not go ahead after Real Madrid cancelled it.

We will have to wait and see if Bale plays a part in the game on Tuesday.

Real Madrid's pre-season hasn't been very friendly
Real Madrid have had an eventful pre-season to say the least. In their three friendly games so far, there were a total of five red cards between them.

Sven Ulreich was sent off for Bayern Munich, who beat Real Madrid 3-1 in the International Champions Cup.

Zinedine Zidane's side then went down to 10 men against Arsenal and were 2-0 down after 24 minutes. Although, after Sokratis was sent off for Arsenal, former Spurs man Gareth Bale and Asensio scored for Madrid who went on to win on penalties.

It then got even more eventful in their next game as they were thrashed 7-3 by rivals Atletico Madrid in a game which saw Carvajal and Diego Costa get sent off, the striker had scored four of Atletico's goals.

Pochettino has shown trust in the youth
In both of their friendly games so far, the Spurs boss has given plenty of younger players a chance, that could be the case again in this game.

Many of those players have performed well, with 17-year-old Troy Parrott perhaps the most impressive.

For his age, he has put in two great displays against some top class defenders, especially in the game against Juventus.

His hard work, hold up play and technical ability have all been impressive and despite his age he is giving the Spurs manager something to think about ahead of the season.

Spurs' pre-season so far
Mauricio Pochettino's side have played two pre-season games so far, both coming in the 2019 International Champions Cup.

They beat Juventus in dramatic fashion after Harry Kane's last minute strike from the halfway line. After that they were beaten 2-1 by Manchester United despite an encouraging second half.

Welcome
Hello and welcome to VAVEL's live minute-by-minute coverage of Spurs vs Real Madrid in the 2019 Audi Cup. We will be keeping you up to date with everything going on at the Allianz Arena as the Spanish giants take on the Champions League finalists.

Kick off is 17:00 PM.

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