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Tottenham Hotspur - Millwall
The Emirates FA Cup - 12 March 2017
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FULL-TIME: Tottenham are through to the semi-final of the FA Cup after a 6-0 victory over Millwall. Son Heung-min scores a hat-trick but an injury to Harry Kane takes the shine off the win.
- GoalHeung-Min SonTottenham Hotspur
GOAL! Son finally scores his hat-trick to cap a wonderful display! Eriksen picks him out at the back post and his half volley is spilled by King and the ball rolls agonisingly over the line.
Two minutes at the end of this contest to play.
Winks sends a shot wide of the goal. The youngster deserves a goal for his performance today.
'We love you Millwall' is the chant from the 4,000 visiting supporters. Fair play!
Son is still on the hunt for a hat-trick as he shoots from distance but his effort is blocked by the head of Ferguson.
Millwall's 17 game unbeaten streak comes to an end but the Lions can hold their heads high after a memorable cup run. They've just been completely undone against a wonderful Tottenham side today.
The draw for the semi-final will be made after the match between Manchester United and Chelsea on Monday night. A Wembley showdown with Arsenal would suit Spurs nicely, no?
CHANCE! Davies picks out Janssen whose header from a few yards out is straight at King.
Boy did Janssen need that. 'He scores when he wants' is the chant from the buoyant Spurs fans.
- GoalVincent JanssenTottenham Hotspur
GOAL! Janssen finally scores from open play as Spurs make it five! Son does brilliantly to cut the ball back for him and the Dutch striker finds the bottom corner with a really tidy finish.
- OffVictor WanyamaTottenham Hotspur
- OnMoussa SissokoTottenham Hotspur
SPURS SUB: Moussa Sissoko is another player who has a point to prove and he'll be given an opportunity here as he replaces Wanyama.
Janssen is badly in need of a goal to resurrect his Spurs career and his desperation is evident as he tries his luck from 25 yards but his effort is closer to the corner flag.
Too easy for Spurs at the moment and it has been for much of the afternoon.
- OffDele AlliTottenham Hotspur
- OnVincent JanssenTottenham Hotspur
SPURS SUB: A standing ovation for Alli who is replaced by Janssen and the Dutch striker will be keen to add to his four goals in the final 15 minutes here.
That may well be Alli's last contribution as Pochettino prepares to make a change. Meanwhile, Wanyama wins a corner for Spurs which is easily dealt with by the Millwall defence.
- GoalDele AlliTottenham Hotspur
GOAL! Alli gets in on the act as Spurs make it four. We've had three top class goals but this was a simple tap-in, made by the vision of Eriksen who played the England international through at the back post.
Vertonghen is down after being caught in the face by an arm. It'll take much more than that to force the defender off, though.
- OffJed WallaceMillwall
- OnShane FergusonMillwall
MILLWALL SUB: Third and final change from the visitors as Shane Ferguson takes the place of Wallace.
Spurs have taken their foot off the gas in the last couple of minutes. Still, I wouldn't be entirely surprised if they add another couple before full-time.
Trippier finds Son in space with another wonderful pass but this time Cooper is across to dispossess the Spurs striker.
Eriksen's corner delivery evades everyone but Spurs recover possession and Millwall have more defending to do.
Spurs continue to dominate as Wanyama's shot is deflected by Cooper and out for a corner.
WIDE! Spurs, and Son, are hungry for more. The forward, who is on a hat-trick, flashes a shot wide from a tight angle.
DID YOU KNOW? Spurs have progressed from 13 of their last 14 FA Cup ties against teams from lower down the pyramid.
CHANCE FOR MILLWALL! Onyedinma is straight into the action as he gets down the channel, cuts it back for Wallace but he gets his shot badly wrong, screwing the ball wide.
- OffSteve MorisonMillwall
- OnFred OnyedinmaMillwall
MILLWALL SUB: Fred Onyedinma replaces Steve Morison.
PENALTY APPEAL! Eriksen's shot is saved by King but Millwall make hard work of clearing the rebound as Alli goes down in the area but the referee Martin Atkinson waves play on.
A perfectly executed finish from Son who is on top form this afternoon.
- GoalHeung-Min SonTottenham Hotspur
GOAL! Son seals the tie in style with his second of the game and his side's third. He times his run perfectly to find a long ball from Trippier and volleys it first-time past King.
The corner doesn't come to anything but Spurs are back on the attack.
Trippier shows a lovely piece of skill to beat his marker before fizzing in a low cross to the near post but Millwall are forced to concede a corner.
Gregory does well to take down a cross, holds the play up and lays off Williams whose shot is ballooned over the bar. Better from Millwall though.
SAVE! Eriksen, full of confidence after his opening goal, strikes a powerful effort from 20 yards and forces King into a decent stop.
Davies goes on a long, surging run and then tries his luck with a shot at goal but it's well wide of the target.
Alli times his run perfectly to run onto a long ball from defence but the youngster can't get his feet together and Millwall get the numbers back required to deal with the danger.
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We're underway in the second-half.
- OffBen ThompsonMillwall
- OnCalum ButcherMillwall
MILLWALL SUB: Former Spurs youth player Calum Butcher replaces Thompson at the break.
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HALF-TIME: Goals from Christian Eriksen, who replaced the injured Harry Kane after only 10 minutes, and Son Heung-min separates the teams at the break.
Two additional minutes to be played at the end of the first-half.
Alli tries an ambitious effort from 25 yards out but the ball ends up in row-Z.
Wanyama has to leave the field for treatment and Spurs are temporarily down to 10 men.
- Yellow cardJed WallaceMillwall
YELLOW CARD: Wanyama is left on the floor after a late tackle from Wallace and Martin Atkinson has no choice other than to book the Millwall man.
- GoalHeung-Min SonTottenham Hotspur
GOAL! Stunning finish from Son as the forward is allowed to cut in from the channel before curling in his 12th goal of the season into the top corner with his weaker left-foot leaving King with no chance.
Millwall have committed a lot of players forward as they search for an equaliser but they lose it and now Spurs are on the counter-attack...
It's been a bitter sweet start for Spurs. They lost Harry Kane to an ankle injury in the opening minutes of the match but his replacement Christian Eriksen broke the deadlock just as Millwall were beginning to frustrate the home supporters.
CHANCE! Wanyama goes agonisingly close to doubling Spurs' advantage as he's denied by the woodwork from a powerful header after jumping highest to meet the corner delivery.
Spurs do well to defend a couple of crosses into their penalty area and then launch an attack of their own with Davies leading the charge and the full-back wins the hosts a corner.
CLOSE! Millwall almost respond immediately. Williams' flick-on is won by O'Brien but it's too far ahead for Gregory at the back post.
- GoalChristian EriksenTottenham Hotspur
GOAL! A moment of brilliance from Eriksen finally breaks Millwall's resistance! Alli wins a header, it drops perfectly for the Dane who turns and fires a snapshot into the bottom corner, beyond the reach of King. Spurs are ahead.
More Spurs pressure but still no way through as Cooper hoofs clear from yet another cross. Millwall have every man in their own half at the moment and their defensive formation is certainly frustrating the hosts.
OVER! Now Spurs have a corner, Millwall desperately clear but only as far as Vertonghen who hammers the ball over the bar from the edge of the area.
WIDE! And now the Lions break. The ball sits up nicely for Morison to have a pop at goal but he doesn't get the connection he would have wanted and screws the shot well wide of the target.
Fantastic defending by Millwalll's Cooper as he wins a head at the back post despite being under a great deal of pressure.
Tottenham have been awarded 11 penalties thus far this term and they may well have had a dozen there.
PENALTY APPEAL! A cross is sent into the feet of Alli in the penalty area and in a desperate attempt to clear the ball Craig nearly takes his Spurs top off. However, despite being in a good position, Martin Atkinson waves play on. Millwall are fortunate.
The corner is taken by Williams but straight into the arms of Vorm who is able to gather without too much trouble.
Williams' free-kick is played to the back post where Morison is ready and waiting but Wanyama makes an important interception and now Millwall have a corner.
Millwall have a free-kick in a dangerous area now as Wanyama catches Thompson from behind. Jake Cooper is a big guy and he's up from the back for this one...
No way through for Spurs. The visitors are extremely well organised and you can see why the Lions are so hard to beat in League One.
CHANCE! A delicious deep cross picks out Alli, King is all at sea but the Millwall goalkeeper is saved by his defender who makes a clearance.
Spurs win a succession of corners. The latest one sees Vertonghen dinking a ball into the area but it's too far ahead of Son and it rolls out of play.
Winks puts too much power on a free-kick and it's out for a goal-kick. It's all one-way traffic at the moment but Spurs haven't been able to make the break through just yet.
A dozen passes are played before Eriksen has a pop at goal but Millwall have plenty of players back and a defender makes a block. The visitors launch a counter attack but eventually lose possession in midfield.
- OffHarry KaneTottenham Hotspur
- OnChristian EriksenTottenham Hotspur
SPURS SUB: Eriksen comes on to replace Kane, and Vertonghen gets the captain's armband.
Patient build-up play from Spurs, Winks eventually spreads the ball wide to Trippier but the full-back overhits his cross and it's a goal-kick for Millwall.
Christian Eriksen is preparing to come on in place of Kane.
Bad news, Spurs fans. Harry Kane is forced off with an ankle injury. What a blow for Spurs and England whose manager Gareth Southgate is watching on from the stands. Let's hope it's not too serious.
SHOTS! The corner is played to Winks who is denied by a good low stop by King. Moments later, Son tries his luck from just outside the area but again the Millwall goalkeeper can't be beaten.
SAVE! Trippier plays a through ball down the line for Kane and the striker goes for goal from a really tight angle, forcing King into a good stop.
Spurs have a corner but there's some concern about Kane who appears to have hurt his ankle in the aftermath.
Clever link-up play from Winks and Son with the latter finding space for a shot but it's straight at Millwall's goalkeeper King who has had a busy start to the game.
Trippier switches the ball to his left foot but his cross is poor and Millwall can easily clear. Moments later Winks curls an effort from 20 yards which forces King into a good save.
Spurs were almost caught out at the back as Gregory's flick-on almost releases Morison but Vorm is quick off his line to gather.
The visitors are playing in all yellow this afternoon while Spurs sport their traditional white home kit.
- 1st Half
KICK-OFF: Millwall get us underway in the final cup game to be played at White Hart Lane. Martin Atkinson is today's referee.
A raucous atmosphere greets the players as they make their way onto the pitch. This match has a really special feeling about it. A big occasion for both clubs.
FIVE MINUTES UNTIL KICK-OFF: Arsenal and Manchester City have already sealed their place in the FA Cup semi-final, can Spurs avoid an upset to join their fellow rivals at Wembley?
Tim Cahill helped Millwall reach the FA Cup final in 2004 when they were beaten 3-0 by Manchester United.
If Millwall are to find a way through Spurs, it's likely Lee Gregory will be involved. The Lions' number nine has been involved in 20 of his side's goals this season, including netting 14 times in both league and cup competitions.
DANGER MAN: Harry Kane. Millwall have conceded only one goal in their last 10 matches but they'll do well to stop the England international who has scored eight goals in his previous four matches.
PRE-MATCH STAT: Tottenham have never lost at home to Millwall, winning 12 and drawing two of their 14 meetings.
Neil Harris, Millwall: "I'm looking forward to it. The test in front of us speaks for itself - it's a huge fixture.
"Not only are we playing in an FA Cup quarter-final - the best club competition in the world - but we are also going to Tottenham Hotspur, who are a really talented side.
"But, we've earned the right to pit ourselves against one of the best in the country. We've got nothing to lose and everything to gain."
Mauricio Pochettino, Tottenham: "It is another London derby and we were watching all the games and they fully deserve to be in the quarter-finals.
"They were better than the Premier League teams. We are aware about that situation. We respect them. "It is clear how they play, very compact, clear in their idea how they manage the game."
Tottenham are second in the Premier League and are obviously overwhelming favourites to advance to the semi-final of the FA Cup with a victory this afternoon but they shouldn't take League One side Millwall lightly.
The Lions are sixth in their respective league and unbeaten in four months, or 17 matches, and conceded only one goal in 10. They knocked out Leicester, Bournemouth and Watford to reach this round.
Millwall's goalkeeper and former Spurs youth player Jordan Archer is out injured and Tom King takes his place. Elsewhere, Shaun Williams, Jed Wallace and Steve Morison come in for Jake Cooper, Shane Ferguson and Fred Onyedinma.
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino makes four changes to his side with Michel Vorm taking the gloves from Hugo Lloris, Kieran Trippier replacing Kyle Walker, Harry Winks is in for Mousa Dembele and Son Heung-min features instead of Christian Eriksen. Erik Lamela and Danny Rose miss out through injury.
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