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Davies handed Spurs debut in Cyprus

Summer signing Ben Davies was handed his Tottenham debut in the Europa League play-off first leg against AEL Limassol.

The 21-year-old was one of seven changes made by manager Mauricio Pochettino to Saturday's 1-0 at West Ham, with Jan Vertonghen and Paulinho making their first appearances since returning from the World Cup.

Lewis Holtby, Andros Townsend, Harry Kane and Roberto Soldado also came in at the Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium, while Eric Dier kept his place in defence after his match-winning display at Upton Park.

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Hull draw European opener

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Tom Huddlestone didn't have a great night. Credit: PA

Hull had to settle for a goalless draw on their competitive European debut as Tom Huddlestone missed a penalty and a point-blank follow-up against Slovakia's AS Trencin.

The Tigers, having qualified for a first ever campaign at Europa League level by finishing runners-up in the FA Cup, should have come away from their third qualifying round first leg at Zilina's Stadion pod Dubnom with victory but will now need a result in East Yorkshire next Thursday.

An hour had gone when Shane Long was felled in the area but Huddlestone - who missed in the shootout when Spurs lost to Basel in the 2013 competition - produced a dreadful double miss.

His penalty was comfortably saved by Milos Volesak but it was the secondary attempt, grazing the bar from a couple of yards with the goal yawning, that will haunt the midfielder.

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Hull face trip to Serbia or Slovakia

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Hull City manager Steve Bruce. Credit: PA

Hull will begin their debut European campaign with a tie against either AS Trencin of Slovakia or Serbia's Vojvodina.

The 2014 FA Cup finalists were in the hat for Friday's Europa League third qualifying round draw and look most likely to meet the Slovakian side, who have a 4-0 lead over Vojvodina from the first leg of their second-round tie.

AC Milan to miss out on Emery

Unai Emery led his side to victory in the Europa League. Credit: PA

Sevilla coach Unai Emery has announced he will sign a contract extension with the Spanish outfit on Wednesday, ending speculation of a possible move to AC Milan this summer.

Emery has been strongly linked with a move to the San Siro outfit to replace current boss Clarence Seedorf.

The Spanish tactician enjoyed a fantastic campaign with Sevilla, leading the Andalusian side to lift the Europa League title and finish fifth in La Liga.

Read: Pochettino set for Spurs

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