Tottenham Hotspur handily beat LASK Linz 3-Zero of their Europa League group stage opener on Thursday evening in north London.
Spurs began brightly and located their opener shortly earlier than the 20-minute mark when debutant Carlos Vinicius squared for his Brazil countryman Lucas Moura, who beat LASK keeper Alexander Schlager for the early lead.
Gareth Bale, making his second look and first begin since becoming a member of Spurs on mortgage from Actual Madrid, helped the hosts double their lead 10 minutes later when his cross was redirected into the LASK objective by defender Andres Andrade to make it 2-0.
LASK got here near getting on the scoresheet shortly earlier than half-time, however Joe Hart made a top quality save from Andreas Gruber’s well-struck shot to protect Tottenham’s two-goal lead going into the break.
Tottenham added a 3rd to place the sport away within the 84th minute when Vinicius notched his second help to arrange substitute Son Heung-min to depart Spurs atop Group J after securing all three factors.