As the Champions League Group D game is still scoreless, Sporting CP vs. Tottenham live score, updates, highlights, and lineups are provided.

As the Champions League Group D game is still scoreless, Sporting CP vs. Tottenham live score, updates, highlights, and lineups are provided.

As the Champions League Group D game is still scoreless, Sporting CP vs. Tottenham live score, updates, highlights, and lineups are provided.

One hour had passed in Tottenham's Champions League Group D match against Sporting CP without a goal.

Before halftime, Richarlison, who scored both goals in Spurs' opening 2-0 victory over Marseille, had the ball in the back of the net but strayed offside after receiving a feed from Harry Kane.

Marcus Edwards shone for the hosts, and only a brilliant save from Hugo Lloris kept him from scoring a spectacular single goal in first-half stoppage time.

Emerson Royal and Kane forced saves from Sporting goalkeeper Antonio Adan as Antonio Conte's men continued on the front foot.

Tottenham vs. Sporting CP live score

Sporting CP vs Tottenham live updates, highlights from Champions League 90th

 minute+3: GOOOALLLL!!!!! Arthur Gomes!!!!

It's certainly all over now. Edwards made way after the goal and Brazilian winger Arthur Gomes took the baton, leaving a few opponents behind and slotting the ball into the net.

90th minute: GOOOAAALLLL!!!!! Paulinho!!!!

Substitute Paulinho heads the ball against the post and Sporting has won! Goncalves' pass was excellent and a deft header gave Lloris no chance!

89th minute: But for such goal-scoring qualities you accept such curiosities. Porro gets the better of Perisic and Lloris flies to his right to parry the ball from full stretch.

87th minute: Lloris decides it's time to score a normal goal, comes out of his penalty area and waits for the ball to come back into the box. The ball doesn't come back, so he takes it out for a throw in a dangerous position. Spurs banish any further danger.

86th minute: Kulusevski's emergence in the gaps has really given Spurs another dimension. Nuno comes rushing in from the left and blocks his back pass to the penalty spot.

83rd minute: Nothing is happening, but the home team fans are in a frenzy. They sense that something could happen here. Hojbjerg gets a yellow card for the collision with Ugarte.

82nd minute: Porro puts Perisic on the defensive, which is just what Sporting needs. He wins a corner.

76th minute: Kulusevski shows he can change the game. First he involves Reis in a foul on the right side, which is punished with a yellow-red card. The Swedish playmaker picks up the ball and crosses to Richarlison, who heads the ball just wide of the goal.

74th minute: Emerson hits an unnecessary cross into the arms of Adan and Conte demands answers on the touchline. It's a good thing he's on the other side of the pitch.

72nd minute: Son's goal drought continues, he makes way for Kulusevski.

71st minute: Oh, that's something special from Perisic. He works half a yard and that's all he needs to deliver a superb cross. Kane regrets the fact that he couldn't reach the ball.

70th minute: the second half could be a mirror image of the first, as Sporting gets going after halftime. Edwards throws Davies to the ground. Spurs want a free kick. It doesn't come and Hojbjerg has to clear at the back. Morita's shot from a corner is blocked.

69th minute: Edwards brings a cross, Trincao is waiting, but Davies can clear.

67th minute: Goncalves has some space to charge into the penalty area. He shoots from outside the box, but it's easier for Lloris than it should have been.

62nd minute: The game is getting a bit rougher now. Bentancur and Morita have to go to the dressing room for their respective teams.

56th minute: Sporting comes back, Goncalves finds Edwards, but Dier blocks his shot this time.

55th minute: another chance, Perisic with a header at the far post. The Tottenham wingers get a lot of space in good areas.

54th minute: Richarlison plays on Kane, who's offside. He's offside, but it's a half-chance at best. The England captain shoots on goal with his left foot. Adan saves, but for a moment the keeper is afraid that the rebound from Reis will fly into his net. He's able to catch it.

52nd minute: Sporting must be on their guard against Spurs' quick free kicks. Son is the last player to get a chance thanks to Kane's ingenuity. It's probably Tottenham's best phase in this game.

49th minute: The same combination puts Sporting behind again. Kane takes a nice free kick and Emerson pops up behind the defence. Adan saves with his knees and the rebound is deflected backwards. Nuno Santos takes a free kick as the ball enters the Sporting box.

48th minute: Kane gets through on the left and delivers a good cross. Full-back Emerson is the man to head it in, forcing Adan into a brilliant save. Conte will like that.

46th minute: We're back in the game. Sporting gets Edwards on the ball almost immediately after the whistle. Who can blame them?

Half-time break: plenty to do for Spurs. Sporting is feeling increasingly comfortable and has a little magic in Edwards that could still turn the game in their favour.

45th minute+2: What did I say about chances? Edwards sets off on a sensational run, rounding his old mentor Dier of Spurs and skipping past a couple more challenges. He picks up a back pass and tries to slide the ball into the goal, but Lloris makes a brilliant save.

44th minute: Last season, Sporting were already 4-0 down at this stage of the game against Manchester City. Amorim's eleven was much better in this game and was the better team. However, it's arguable when no one really had a chance worth mentioning.

42nd minute: Richarlison has the ball in the net, but the flag is up. Kane was the provider of the assist, but the home side's defence stood up well before the Spurs player got around Adan and slid the ball into the net.

38th minute: Beautiful foot from Son, who lets his guard out. He plays an inviting ball into the Sporting penalty area, but there's no one there to take advantage.

35th minute: Nuno has made his way down the Sporting left and forces Davies to clear a throw-in. Romero is down and Spurs hope it's nothing serious.

33rd minute: finally the Spurs from three sparks. Kane drops down and plays to Richarlison. He unselfishly passes to Son and Sporting can clear, but the offside flag is up in any case.

29th minute: Emerson gets the better of Nuno on Sporting's left and hits a dangerous low ball across goal that eludes everyone.

26th minute: Sporting answers with another quick counterattack, and Spurs do not feel comfortable at all against this rotating, nimble back three. Trincao misses from 20 yards, although a pass to Edwards would have been the better option.

25th minute: Perisic hits a cross from the left, and Richarlison should do better with his header at the back post. He nods the ball onto the turf and it's a pretty routine save for Adan.

24th minute: Kane looks for Richarlison and finds him as Reis loses his footing trying to stop the high pass. The defender recovers and blocks the Brazilian's left-footed shot.

23rd minute: Things are not going well for Spurs at the moment. Richarlison finds Kane with a nice back pass, but it misses the goal.

17. minute: Nuno Santos is once again the attacker for Sporting. There's another half-chance from Dier and Spurs are finding their form again. Good moments for the hosts.

14th minute: This is a well thought out attack from Sporting. Dier blocks Nuno Santos' cross and Emerson confidently converts the free kick to put an end to it.

11th minute: Spurs have recovered from the scare against Edwards and take control of the game again. Kane drops deep into midfield as Spurs continue to play forward.

7th minute: We see Edwards for the first time on the break and Spurs are pressing. He finds Goncalves, whose shot is deflected slightly and Lloris struggles to keep it out. The resulting corner is cleared by France's number one.

4th minute: A tricky situation in the Sporting defence, and Son is on the spot. He passes back to Bentancur, who fires a shot on goal from 25 yards. Inacio was blocked, and it was a painful affair. He needs a little treatment, but should be fit again.

2nd minute: Spurs have started with the lead and Son gets a corner out on the left. The ball goes out of bounds.

1st minute: Here we go. The 50,000 capacity arena is not quite full, with the lunchtime kickoff probably doing the locals no favours. Still, they make a hell of a racket. Spurs start strong and Son gets a corner out on the left.

1 minute before kickoff: We pause for a moment to remember the late Queen Elizabeth II. 

4 mins from kickoff: The teams are here, we are not far away ladies and gentlemen...

15 minutes before kickoff: Things are looking rosy for Spurs and Conte at the moment after their unbeaten start to the season. The only downer is Son Heung-min's unusual drought in front of goal. The South Korean star has not scored in seven games. If he can get on the scoring bandwagon tonight at the Estadio Jose Alvalade, Tottenham will be in a really good mood.

35 minutes before kickoff, Tottenham fans will recognise a familiar face in the Sporting lineup. Marcus Edwards had high hopes when he came through the youth ranks, but he never really made the breakthrough in the first team. He moved to Portugal to further his career, first to Vitoria de Guimaraes and now to Sporting. Since joining Sporting Lisbon in January, he has scored six goals and provided six assists in 22 games.

55 minutes from kickoff: Sporting also have a change, and an offensive one at that. Nuno Santos, who scored against Eintracht Frankfurt, starts in place of the injured Jeremiah St Juste.

1 hour before kickoff: Here's the Tottenham team. Conte has retained 10 of the 11 players from the win against Marseille, with Davies playing for Lenglet on the left side of the three-man backline. This means that Richarlison remains in the starting eleven after his two goals and Kulusevski is on the bench.

1 hour 15 minutes before kickoff: Many of the teams facing English opponents this weekend may regret the cancellation of the Premier League and the resulting opportunity to rest for European competition, but Sporting did very well at home with a 4-0 win over Portimonense. That made it seven goals in a row for them last week, but Ruben Amorim's side will need to call on that form and more if they are to overcome their shocking past in such games. They have not won for six Champions League games against English sides, failing to score in all three of their home games - most recently in a 5-0 defeat to Manchester City.

1 hour 40 minutes before kick-off: Hello and welcome to The Sporting News' live coverage of Sporting CP vs Tottenham in Champions League Group D 

Lineups for Sporting CP vs. Tottenham Hotspur

Amorim has some worries in defence after Jeremiah St Juste was out with a muscle injury in the win against Eintracht and Goncalo Inacio and Luis Neto were out in the 4-0 win over Portimonense. 

Goncalo Inacio was left out of the squad as a precaution and will be in the back three alongside Sebastian Coates and Matheus Reis. Nuno Santos will start at left-back.

Sporting CP probable lineup (3-4-3): Adan (GK) - Inacio, Coates, Reis - Porro, Ugarte, Morita, Santos - Trincao, Edwards, Gonclaves.

A weekend off means the next test of whether Conte can effectively deploy his resources for the twice-weekly Premier League and Champions League fixtures is a little while away.

The Spurs coach made only one change from the win against Marseille: Ben Davies replaced Clement Lenglet. Richarlison's goals ensured that he kept his place ahead of Dejan Kulusevski.

Predicted lineup of Tottenham (3-4-3): Lloris (GK) - Romero, Dier, Davies - Emerson, Bentancur, Hojbjerg, Perisic - Son, Kane, Richarlison.

Sporting CP vs. Tottenham Hotspur: How to Watch

DateTue, Sept 13Tue, Sept 13Tue, Sept 13Wed, Sept 13
Time17:45 BST12:45 ET12:45 ET02:45 AEST
TV channelBT Sport 3Unimas/TUDN
StreamingBT Sport website/appfuboTV, Paramount+, ViX+DAZNStan Sport

UK: BT Sport exclusively broadcasts Champions League matches live. The clash with Tottenham is broadcast on BT Sport 3 and is available on the website/app.

USA: Paramount+ will broadcast the match live in English, while Spanish-language coverage will be available on UniMas and TUDN, both streamed on fuboTV. ViX+ will also broadcast the game.

Canada: Follow the action live and exclusively on DAZN.

Australia: Fans in Australia can watch the game on Stan Sport.

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