The Premier League club have received an £8,500 sanction for crowd disturbances during the game in Italy, while the Serie A side have been hit with a £120,000 charge for racismTottenham, Lazio and Maribor following crowd disturbances in the Europa League, with the Italian side picking up the biggest sanction.
Spurs have been fined €10,000 [£8,500] for poor support conduct during their game against the Serie A club in Rome on November 22, 2012, while Lazio have been docked €90,000 [£76,500] for racist behaviour from their fans in the same match.
Maribor have also been fined €17,000 [£14,600] for insufficient match organisation and throwing of missiles and/or fireworks by their supporters at a game against Lazio in Slovenia on December 6. For their fans' racist conduct, ignition of fireworks and incidents of a non-sporting nature in the same match, the Italian side have been fined another €50,000 [£42,500].
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An appeal may be lodged by either club wishing to attest the verdicts within three days of the fines being handed out.