Following the outbreak, Spurs were forced to close their first-team training centre, with their subsequent Premier League games against Brighton and League.
Eight Spurs players and five members of staff tested positive for Covid-19. Uefa rules state that if clubs have 13 fit players on their A list, including a goalkeeper, they must play
Uefa then said the match could not be rescheduled and referred the matter to its disciplinary body.
Rennes was awarded a 3-0 win and they top the group, with Vitesse runners-up and Spurs finishing third.
Tottenham in their statement expresses their dissatisfaction with the ruling:
“We are disappointed by the ruling of the Uefa Appeals Body and the refusal to allow more time for the match to be rescheduled,” Spurs said.
“We have to accept this ruling, however, and our focus now turns to the competitions we remain in.”