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Tottenham v Millwall
« on: March 12, 2017, 11:58:18 AM »


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FA Cup - 12th March - KO 14:00  - Ground: White Hart Lane




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Re: Tottenham v Millwall
« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2017, 04:29:27 PM »
Another good win for Spurs, on Sunday. Even with Kane taken off after 10 minutes it didnít stop us putting six past Millwall. Millwall came into the game with a 17 match unbeaten run. Spurs put a stop to that and put us into the semi-finals.
Kane was replaced after being hurt when Lions defender Jake Cooper tried to block his shot after seven minutes. Christian Eriksen, Kane's replacement, opened the scoring with a finish into the bottom corner after Dele Alli's chest down before Son scored either side of half-time. Alli tapped home the fourth with substitute Vincent Janssen adding the fifth - his first from open play for us - before Son completed his hat-trick with virtually the last kick of the game after a mistake by keeper Tom King.
We now join Premier League rivals Manchester City and Ars*nal in the semi-final draw, which takes place at Stamford Bridge on Monday after the final quarter-final between Chelsea and holders Manchester United.
In the league we face Southampton, who are 10th in the league, on Sunday.
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Re: Tottenham v Millwall
« Reply #2 on: March 13, 2017, 10:39:41 PM »
Great day, and as you say, even without Kane.
Good to see Jansen scoring his first proper goal and Son picking up the match ball. But that was Milwall, next ... Chelsea away, Let's see what we can do there!

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Re: Tottenham v Millwall
« Reply #3 on: March 14, 2017, 04:05:06 AM »
Really do hope Kane is alright. (Not just because he's our best player, but because he's my favourite player because of his class on and off the pitch!) If he isn't... well, Spurs'll still have to press on. Kane is a great player, yes, but Spurs have other weapons at their disposal. (Also hope Man City lays the smack down on Ars*nal. :P ) They need to go into the semis with the attitude that they can win this, even if it might not happen.

As for Millwall, I only have this to say: DAYUM! YOU JUST GOT BAPTISED! :ohyeah:
« Last Edit: March 14, 2017, 04:06:52 AM by DC76 »

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