Belgian centre-back Jan Vertonghen rises highest to head home a Christian Eriksen cross.
Europa League video highlights
Valencia responded to their disappointing Europa League defeat against Swansea last month by collecting all three points with a 2-0 win at Rubin Kazan last night.
It took Valencia until the 73rd minute to break down Kazan's resolve. Well, we say 'break' but in fact, they were gifted this opener by Aleksandr Belenov's howler, above.
And we think Joe Hart has problems!
If you missed this during the build up to Swansea v St. Gallen on ITV4 then take five minutes to watch our feature on the fairytale rise of Swansea football club during the past ten years.
The Swans were 90 minutes away from non-league football in 2003, and now they are storming the Europa League as current Capital One Cup holders. Incredible.
Swansea manager Michael Laudrup admits it was nice to see his team collecting three points when they weren't at their very best.
Match winner Wayne Routledge reflects on a hard fought Europa League win for Swansea alongside Leon Britton, with both players admitting the Swans were forced to show real character to claim all three points.
Wayne Routledge pokes Swansea ahead against St. Gallen after great work from Wilfried Bony.
Gerhard Tremmel saves Goran Karanovic's penalty after Dwight Tiendalli was judged to have handled in the area.
Anzhi's Pavel Solomatin was lucky to escape a caution for this theatrical tumble in the Spurs penalty box.
Belgium international Nacer Chadli makes it 2-0 to Spurs against Anzhi.
It's that man again... Jermain Defoe! The England striker gave Spurs the lead in Russia, where they lead 2-0 at half-time.