Kane injured as Spurs stroll past Millwall

Mar 13, 2017, 00:56
Kane injured as Spurs stroll past Millwall

If they can win today's FA Cup quarter final match against League One side Millwall at White Hart Lane, it will be a step in the right direction for them.

Leicester City complained to the FA about "abuse, provocation and intimidation" of their players, fans and staff in their FA Cup fifth-round defeat to Millwall just last month. We need to assess him today it is hard to give you a real level of how he is.

Son's hat-trick heroics helped to gloss over an early injury scare to star striker Harry Kane, though Spurs showed no signs of struggle against the League One side.

Pochettino said: "It's hard for me to understand what is said".

His plight brought sympathy from his team mate Dele Alli, who told the BBC: "It is always frightful to lose a player like Harry.We wish him a speedy recovery". "We have to wait and be positive".

However, it was his replacement Eriksen who opened the scoring on the half-hour mark as Alli chested the ball down in the box and the Dane hooked a snapshot into the corner of the net.

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Josh King was the hero with a hat-trick, the victor coming in the 90th minute and lifting Eddie Howe's side to 14th. King levelled on 31 minutes when he did well before volleying past Darren Randolph.

The result sees Spurs go through to the semi-final of the FA Cup.

Making a perfectly-timed run onto Kieran Trippier's pass, Son got in behind the Millwall defence in the 54th minute and volleyed a fine finish past King.

And there was still time for Son to secure his hat-trick, as his volley from close range forced Lions keeper Tom King into a terrible error as he allowed the ball through his legs. It's sure it will be hard for him to play against Southampton but we need to see what happens in the next few days.

A MILLWALL fan took his anger out at losing to Tottenham Hotspur by PUNCHING a rival Spurs supporter. We want people dealt with harshly. Inside, though, there was no disorder at what could be the last FA Cup game at White Hart Lane. "It's wrong in society and it's wrong in football".

South Korea global Son was subjected to chants of "DVD" and "he's selling three for a fiver" by a section of the travelling Millwall fans at White Hart Lane. The 24 goal striker left White Hart Lane with his ankle in a protective boot, and will have scans today. When we talk in the past about the squad, look now: now we need to see how they are important.

They will be joined in the highest-quality of last four draws by Arsenal and Manchester City, who won their quarter-finals on Saturday, and Chelsea or Manchester United, who meet in the remaining sixth round tie at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday (AEDT).