Tranmere Rovers bidding to hand Spurs rare FA Cup third round exit

Tranmere Rovers bidding to hand Spurs rare FA Cup third round exit

Tranmere Rovers bidding to hand Spurs rare FA Cup third round exit

"My ambition is to win the Champions League one day with Tottenham, or the Premier League", he said before tonight's FA Cup third-round tie away to Tranmere Rovers.

Son was one of those to retain their place and was denied one-one-one by goalkeeper Scott Davies inside seven minutes, with Lucas Moura fluffing his lines soon after.

Llorente's first goal was the first of three in nine minutes for Spurs at the start of the second half with Aurier slotting in his second and Son scoring with a solo run from deep. A superb ball from Dele Alli picked out Kane who then dinked the ball over the Tranmere goalkeeper.

"You have to say that Spurs are fantastic haven't you?" They would have wanted a replay and, for us, we wanted to leave with a comfortable win. "We will be disappointed with certain moments and a lot of the goals", he said.

SPURS hope to announce next week when they will be leaving Wembley. "Sure it's going to be easier for us to create a better atmosphere in our new stadium because it's going to be our home".

Mauricio Pochettino's side did not make the same mistake this time around as they showed a ruthless streak in front of goal to put the game to bed in the early stages of the second half.

Spurs will await their fourth-round opponent after a full weekend of FA Cup action on Saturday and Sunday.

Although it was against lower league opposition, Fernando Llorente did what his manager will have wanted him to go out and do.

The reason why the decision was so freakish to Tottenham fans is that Son Heung-Min, who often plays up front alongside Kane or as his replacement, is going to the Asia Cup on January 13.

"But it's a negotiation with different parties, who have different interests in this situation".

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