Tottenham Hotspur vs Inter Milan: LIVE Stream and Score: 1-1 (Pens: 3-4)
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Well, that is all from us, a tight affair during the 90 minutes despite Spurs coming flying out the traps. Inter certainly showed positive signs following their equaliser with Conte seemingly stamping his style of play on the Serie A side. 
3-4 Inter claim the win as former West Ham man Joao Mario converts 
3-3 Skipp has his penalty denied by Handanovic. 
3-3 Solid penalties all round now with Politano burying his spot-kick into the top corner.  
3-2 Alderweireld also cannons his penalty beyond the goalkeeper. 
2-2 Dimarco cannons his penalty beyond Gazzaniga.
2-1 N'Koudou with a delightful chip puts Spurs ahead. 
1-1 Ranocchia matches Son's penalty to level the score. 
1-0 Son converts his penalty. 
0-0 Puscas also has his penalty saved. 
0-0 Eriksen for the second time in a week has his penalty saved. 
FT: We are heading for penalties after the two sides are unable to be separated in the 90 minutes. 1-1
89' Handball claims by both the Spurs players and fans for a penalty but the referee waves it away. 1-1
87' Three times in one minute Troy Parrott finds himself floored by the Inter defenders. Poor from the away side. 1-1
85' This game looks like it will be heading to penalties...


Six changes for Spurs:


78' Son goes through the gears and runs the length of the pitch but is unable to get the better of Handanovic with his left foot. 1-1
76' Barella picks it up around 25-yards out and tries his luck but Gazzaniga is able to prevent the Italian. 1-1
74' Inter almost grab their second but Dimarco is just unable to get his toe on the end of it. 1-1
70' A yellow card for Politano after pulling Rose back not one but twice. 1-1
Subs for Spurs: Lloris, Kane and Winks all off with Gazzaniga, Son and Skipp on. 1-1
63' A wicked ball in from Inter takes a huge deflection off Sanchez but Lloris is able to prevent the own goa. 1-1
60' A classic case of the commentator's curse, Lamela gets a go on goal but his shot is blocked after taking too long to shoot. 1-1
58' Spurs really have struggled since the break and have not even had a chance on goal. 1-1
55' Walker-peters takes the ball to the face near the corner flag but the right-back seems to be alright to play on. 1-1
50' Kane wins a free kick after being brought down near the touchline and then taking a knee to the face. 1-1
48' A quieter start to the second 45 than we saw in the first-half. 1-1
46' Back underway here at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. 1-1
Subs: Alderweireld comes on in place of his fellow Belgian Jan Vertognhen. Eriksen also comes on in place of Moussa Sissoko.
HT: All square at the break, Spurs came out the traps quickest but seemed to run out of steam which Inter capitalised on as they grabbed the equaliser. 1-1
42' Sissoko tries his luck from just outside the box but his shot takes a deflection and Handanovic catches with ease. 1-1
40' The game has somewhat dipped in energy since the equaliser - both looking to see the half out. 1-1
More on the goal: A neat one-two with Esposito took Walker-Peters out of the game which then allowed Sensi the opportunity to open his body and stroke the ball beyond Lloris. 1-1
32' Spurs testing Inter still but the Italians have begun to settle after an electric start. 1-0
30' Another foul by Inter as Spurs look to catch them on the counter-attack. 1-0
27' WHAT A STRIKE! Brozovic collects the ball and strikes from distance, beats Lloris but is denied by the post. What a goal that would have been. 1-0
25' Free-kick for Inter after a foul by Rose but the threat is dealt with by Toby Alderweireld. 1-0
20' Harry Kane tries his luck from a free-kick around 30 yards out but as we have seen a lot it flies well over the bar. 1-0
15' Another late tackle by Inter, I think they need reminding it is only a pre-season game. 1-0
13' Inter get their first chance on goal with a header from Esposito but Lloris makes a comfortable save. 1-0
11' Conte does not look pleased on the touchline, his team are well off the pace. 1-0
10' Spurs looking much sharper than the Italians here. Quick and purposeful on the attack it could be just a matter of time before the second goal. 1-0
8' Perisic loses the ball on the counter-attack after Sanchez manages to hold the Croatian up well. 1-0 
4' Walker-Peters is brought down heavily, however, the right-back seems to be alright. 1-0
More on the goal: Moura on the edge of the box pushes the ball onto his right foot before cannoning it beyond Handanovic. 1-0 
2' A lively start with both sides looking energetic on the attack. 0-0
1' We are underway for Tottenham's last pre-season fixture before next Saturday's Premier League clash against Aston Villa. 0-0
The teams are in the tunnel and we are almost ready for kick-off. 
Tottenham subs
Spurs substitutes: Gazzaniga, Whiteman, Austin, Marsh, Alderweireld, Tanganga, Georgiou, White, Skipp, Eriksen, Son, Nkoudou, Parrott.
Inter XI
Inter starting XI: Handanovic, D'Ambrosio, De Vrij, Skriniar, Candreva, Gagliardini, Brozovic, Sensi, Dalbert, Perisic, Esposito.
Tottenham XI
Spurs starting XI: Lloris (C), Walker-Peters, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Rose, Winks, Sissoko, Ndombele, Lamela, Lucas, Kane.
Team news to come soon
Team news to come within the next 10 minutes from the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Pochettino pleased with efforts so far
Pochettino has admitted he has been impressed by his side's performances this pre-season:

"Yes, I am very pleased with the performance against Madrid and today against Bayern Munich.

"It was very important to finish in a very good way in this tournament that is a very important tournament with our partner Audi. I think we should be very happy with the performance of the first team and the squad to win this tournament."

An old foe of Tottenham will be in the opposing dugout for Inter Milan on Sunday with Antonio Conte making a return to England after leaving Chelsea one year ago. 

However, the Italian has had a headache with Mauro Icardi since joining the Milan side after telling the striker he was not in his plans but is still having to include him in training sessions. 

Inter team news
Lautaro Martínez could make his first appearance in pre-season after returning to the squad after his Copa America efforts. 

Diego Godin could also make his first appearance for his new club after departing from Atletico Madrid this summer. 

Spurs team news
Spurs have still not released any further information on the injury to Juan Foyth which the Argentine suffered from against Bayern Munich. The 21-year-old was stretchered off in the second half of the game. 

Eric Dier and Serge Aurier have both returned to training and could feature in the game. 

Samuele Longo's 94th-minute goal against Paris Saint Germain took their last pre-season game to penalties after the Italians found themselves trailing to a goal from Thilo Kehrer. The Nerazzurri prevailed in the shoot-out with a 6-5 win. 
Inter's pre-season so far
Inter too have suffered defeat to Manchester United as youngster Mason Greenwood provided the goal which gave United the win. 

We were then treated to Derby d'Italia in the International Champions Cup but it was Juventus who edged it on penalties after a Matthijs de Ligt gave Inter the lead before Cristiano Ronaldo levelled the score. 

Spurs then travelled on to Germany where they would face Real Madrid in the Audi Cup and again a goal from Harry Kane proved the difference to send Spurs on to the final in the following day. 

Drawing 2-2 with Bayern Munich in the 90 minutes forced the game straight to a penalty shoot-out which Spurs edged 6-5 as Paulo Gazzaniga saved Jerome Boateng's penalty to see Spurs lift the Audi Cup. 

Spurs' pre-season so far
Pre-season kicked off for Mauricio Pochettino's men in Singapore with a victory against Juventus in the final minutes of the game thanks to a Harry Kane strike from the half-way line.

Moving on to Shanghai, Spurs suffered a 2-1 defeat against Manchester United despite impressing in the second half.

Final preperations
Spurs return to their home soil as they prepare for their final pre-season game before they kick off their 2019/20 Premier League campaign with a home clash against Aston Villa on Saturday 10 August. 
Hello and welcome!
Hello and welcome to VAVEL's live minute-by-minute coverage of Spurs vs Inter Milan in the 2019 International Champions Cup. We will be keeping you up to date with everything going on at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as the Italian giants take on the Champions League finalists.

Kick-off is 3:00 PM.