Harry Kane Suffers Ankle Injury vs. Millwall in FA Cup Match

Harry Kane Suffers Ankle Injury vs. Millwall in FA Cup Match

Harry Kane Suffers Ankle Injury vs. Millwall in FA Cup Match

Tottenham Hotspur booked their place in the FA Cup semi-finals but an injury to Harry Kane marred the party as they marked their last tie at their White Hart Lane home with a 6-0 thrashing of third-tier London rivals Millwall on Sunday.

But for Millwall goalkeeper Jordan Archer, the match offers a chance to prove his merit to the club that released him in June of 2015 after the now-23-year-old spent the first four years of his career with the club.

Pochettino also commented that "when you lose a player like Harry Kane always you miss him".

Harry Winks made his Premier League debut earlier this season and is beginning to develop into a reliable, technically talented and effective player for Spurs.

The Lilywhites will take on London opposition in successive rounds of the FA Cup as the Lions make the short trip across the English capital to take on the Premier League's second-placed team.

It was Son who provided the assist for Janssen to score Tottenham's fifth in the 79th minute.

Dele Alli tapped home a fourth, followed by Vincent Janssen's first goal from open play for the club, as he swept in a cross.

The England worldwide rolled on his right ankle after a tackle from Jake Cooper five minutes into the game. Son doubled his tally nine minutes into the second half, getting ahead of Cooper again to latch onto Kieran Trippier's high pass from the halfway line and volleying into the net.

South Korea star Son was taunted by Millwall supporters during Tottenham's 6-0 victory at White Hart Lane and responded to the jibes with a hat-trick.

Spurs now take their place in what must be the "biggest" FA Cup semi-final stage for some time, as themselves, Arsenal, and Man City await the victor of Chelsea vs Man United on Monday night.

Kane has scored 19 times and set up four more in just 22 Premier League games this season, and when he is on target, Spurs usually win.

"It means nothing if we don't get promoted to the Championship then this Cup run means nothing". Usually when we are not at our best, we have lost. It was not our best game.

Tottenham felt that they should have had a penalty 25 minutes in when Alli was dragged down by Tony Craig, but referee Martin Atkinson waved play on and just moments later the Lions were up the other end and coming close through a Steve Morrison drive.

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