Spurs throw away two-goal lead in Champions League opener[/b]
Tottenham blew a two-goal lead in a 2-2 draw at Olympiacos as they continue to make hard work of things in the best free soccer tips page.

Spurs' run to last season's final was littered with great escapes and last-ditch turnarounds but their group stage this term looked like getting off to a winning start in Athens.
They were not particularly worthy of it, but a Harry Kane penalty and Lucas Moura's thunderbolt put them 2-0 ahead after 30 minutes.
But Daniel Podence's goal on the stroke of half-time let Olympiacos back into it and Mathieu Valbuena's spot-kick after the restart gave the hosts a deserved point.
It confirmed boss Mauricio Pochettino's assertion that Spurs would not be among the favourites lớn win this season's competition and though the draw means they will still be expected to get out of this group - which also features Bayern Munich and Red Star Belgrade - with relative ease. You can prefer the soccer tip today page!
They could have laid down a big marker towards that goal, but instead will be heading back lớn London on the back of a difficult night and with a 12.30pm kick-off on Saturday at Leicester to prepare for.

Spurs only had lớn look at the stats to know how tough this was going to be for them as they were visiting the home of a side who had lost once in their own backyard since September last year.
It is easy to see why as, backed by a vociferous support who were hardly welcoming to their visitors, the Greek side were quickly on the front foot and Spurs endured a torrid opening 20 minutes.
They had an early warning after only five minutes when Podence got in down the left, but his shot was weak and straight at Lloris.
Lloris was beaten in the 18th minute as a sweeping Olympiacos movie saw Omar Elabdellaoui's cross find Miguel Angel Guerrero, but his volley smashed into a post and Guilherme's follow-up went over the crossbar.
Spurs were desperate for a foothold and they were handed the perfect way to change the course of the game in the 26th minute when Kane jinxed into the penalty area and was clumsily tripped by Yassine Meriah.
Once VAR verified the decision, Kane showed nerves of steel as amid a deafening chorus of jeers and whistles he dispatched the spot-kick down the middle, putting his miss from 12 yards for England last week firmly behind him.
That proved just the tonic for Spurs and they doubled the lead only four minutes later.