Son Heung-min treble steers Tottenham into FA Cup semifinals

Tottenham cruised into the FA Cup semi-finals as Son Heung-Min's hat-trick inspired a 6-0 win over Millwall at White Hart Lane on Sunday afternoon.

CHELSEA'S Gary Cahill has told fans to expect another "spicy" encounter when the Blues face London rivals Tottenham in their FA Cup semi-final at Wembley next month.

It's the same ankle as he did before in the game against Sunderland. "Now we wait, assess and see what happened", Pochettino said.

"I think it will be hard for him to play against Southampton on Sunday but we need to wait now and see what happens in the next few days".

South Korean worldwide Son, on the other hand, did well last time Kane was out, scoring numerous match-wining goals - and could be trusted to step up to the plate again if Kane is out for a lengthy period.

Having watched Kane depart, Son took over the central striker role and he produced a stunning finish to double the home side's lead approaching the half time interval. Sky Sports is reporting today that Kane is set to undergo a scan of his injured ankle on Tuesday due to the amount of swelling.

"We have different possibilities and different formations".

Son's first goal came after initially struggling to control a pass but he recovered, cutting inside defender Jake Cooper and curling a shot into the far corner five minutes before halftime.

There was still time left for Son to grab his hat-trick, when King fumbled the South Korean's tame effort through his own legs in injury time.

Harris says he did not hear the alleged chants, but made his club's stance on racist abuse clear in his post-match news conference.

"Tottenham wasn't a stepping stone for me", The Sun quotes the legendary player as saying. "It's wrong in society, and it's wrong in football".

Herman Ouseley, the Millwall-supporting chairman of anti-racism group Kick It Out, was unaware of the offensive interpretation of the "DVD"-related chants". It's hard. It looks a similar situation to Sunderland, during that game, but we'll see.

If Janssen has started to train with more conviction and belief, and if he has started to grow used to the pace of the Premier League, then that could be a crucial resource for Spurs over the final straight this season.

  • Loretta Pittman