Substitute Dele Alli scored from the spot as Tottenham secured a spot in the Europa League knockout stage despite LASK’s late 3-3 draw.
Alli’s penalty, after Johannes Eggestein had equalized six minutes from time, seemed to have won – only Mamoudou Karamoko curled up late.
Gareth Bale had previously scored from the penalty spot for the Austrians after Peter Michorl’s kick-off.
Tottenham have one game left but will have to win at home against Royal Antwerp next week to be promoted to group winners.
In the north London derby against Arsenal on Sunday, Jose Mourinho made eight changes to the team that won 0-0 at Chelsea, but Alli and Harry Winks were still on the bench.
Those who got their chance were little impressed, and a sluggish start on a freezing cold evening in Linz meant that it took a series of saves from Hart to keep the team in second place in the Austrian Bundesliga.
The pressure from LASK finally showed when the hosts broke after Matt Doherty’s slip and Michorl’s long distance attempt hit former English Hart number one on his left.
Tottenham struggled to score a pass before Tanguy Ndombele’s shot hit Andres Andrade’s arm, converting Bale on the spot for his second Spurs goal since being loaned by Real Madrid – and the 200. his career overall.
Two of the three players who saved their seats from the goalless tie at Stamford Bridge teamed up to give Spurs the lead when Ndombele caught a mistake in LASK midfield to put Son in goal.
Bale and Son turned the game in Mourinho’s favor, getting almost a third, only the Wales striker was able to place his pass behind the South Korean.
Alli had fallen out of favor under Mourinho this season and only played twice in the Premier League, with his playing time largely confined to European nights.
The 24-year-old had his chance with eight minutes remaining, but LASK leveled a moment later when Eggestein, who hit the post in the first half, knocked Hart from the edge of the box.
Alli proved he was able to keep his nerve as he got the visitors off the front again within four minutes.
But LASK deserved to take at least one point out of the game, and they got it as Karamoko in 93. Minute scored a dramatic third goal.
goal! LASKE 3, Tottenham Hotspur 3. Mamoudou Karamoko (LASK) shot with his right foot from outside the box into the lower right corner. Prepared by Reinhold Ranftl.
goal! LASKE 2, Tottenham Hotspur 3. Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur) converts the penalty with a right footed shot into the center of the goal.
goal! LASKE 2, Tottenham Hotspur 2. Johannes Eggestein (LASK) shot with his left foot from outside the penalty area into the lower left corner. Prepared by Andrés Andrade.
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