Tottenham Hotspur Women fell 1-0 to Aston Villa Women in Spurs’ first game back after a Covid outbreak

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at the training ground. Ramona Petzelberger’s late goal capped off an evening of missed connections,

and dashed Spurs’ remaining Champions League aspirations, and Spurs now face another three

weeks without a game during international break and FA cup games.

Coach Rehanne Skinner made just a few tweaks from the March 13th loss to Manchester City

with Jessica Naz coming in for Cho So-Hyun, Ashleigh Neville returning to fullback

after her fruitful adventures farther up the pitch, and Ria Percival moving up into midfield.

In the opening stages of the game, Spurs looked disjointed and disoriented, perhaps understandably so after two weeks off.