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Tottenham Hotspur - Southampton
The Emirates FA Cup - 5 February 2020
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FULL-TIME: Somehow it's Tottenham who book their place in the fifth round of the FA Cup. Southampton played extraordinarily well for much of the game, but Spurs come from behind to win the game. They will meet Norwich in the fifth round.
There will be FIVE minutes of stoppage time! Is there one more twist in this frenetic replay?
Spurs sub: Davinson Sanchez replaces Sessegnon as Jose shores up his defence.
- Goal by penaltyHeung-Min SonTottenham Hotspur
GOAL! Tottenham 3-2 Southampton (Son, pen): It's a perfect penalty by Son, who smashes the ball into the bottom left hand corner - and that looks to be the decisive blow.
- Yellow cardAngus GunnSouthampton
PENALTY TO SPURS! What a ball by Alli to release Son... and he's brought down by Gunn and the referee points to the spot!
- Yellow cardChe AdamsSouthampton
Yellow cards! Adams is late on Alderweireld and goes into the book, moments after Romeu was shown yellow.
Spurs have been much better since Saints' second goal. Dele Alli has made quite the impact, and if anything, the hosts look the more likely to grab the winner now. They have seven minutes of normal time to do so.
- OffShane LongSouthampton
- OnChe AdamsSouthampton
Southampton sub: Adams replaces Long.
Long, who has played well tonight, has taken a knock and he's going to come off. Che Adams is getting ready.
- GoalLucas MouraTottenham Hotspur
GOAL! Tottenham 2-2 Southampton (Lucas): Lucas plays a lovely one-two with Alli, opens his body up and wraps a right-footed shot past Gunn from the edge of the penalty area. Spurs draw the game level once more! Can they go on and win it now?
Spurs have been described as lifeless by the BT Sport pundit - and it's hard to argue. They are much, much better than this.
No penalty! Bertrand takes a tumble inside the penalty area, drawing huge appeals for a spot-kick, but Lloris had pulled his arms away and it's never a foul.
- GoalDanny IngsSouthampton
GOAL! Tottenham 1-2 Southampton (Ings): What a goal! From Tottenham's corner, Saints break. Redmond squeezes between two Spurs players, runs past Son before spreading the ball to Ings. The striker dances past Tanganga and drills the ball past Lloris. It's no less than the visitors deserve.
Two quick-fire corners are dealt with by Southampton. Poor deliveries.
Son has his arm stood on by Stephens, but it was accidental. Dier's shot is deflected wide for a Tottenham corner, generating some noise from the home supporters, who have had very little to cheer about thus far.
No penalty! Spurs break with pace and Aurier's cross is blocked by Vestergaard, though Spurs feel it was handball. David Coote thinks otherwise.
Southampton sub: Stuart Armstrong, who was injured in the first cup game, replaces Boufal, who scored the goal in the first cup game.
Southampton have been first to every ball tonight and they're passing through Spurs' midfield all too easily. It's a mystery how they aren't leading. As it stands, it's going to extra-time.
Top save! Who is marking Vestergaard from Southampton's corner? No one. His bullet header is tipped over by Lloris, who goes some way to making amends for his earlier mistake.
Boufal wins the ball for Southampton with an excellent tackle before spraying a beautiful long ball over the top for Ings whose cross is just over the head of Long.
Redmond races down the left but his cross is too close to the goalkeeper. The travelling supporters, all 6,000 of them, are in fine voice now.
- OffTanguy N'DombeleTottenham Hotspur
- OnDele AlliTottenham Hotspur
Spurs sub: Ndombele makes way for Alli; can the Englishman make an impact? He's not quite fit but he needs to help his team out.
Spurs waste a corner and Jose looks furious on the touchline. Dele Alli is preparing to come on.
Long pokes wide at the near post under pressure from Alderweireld, but his reaction suggests it should have been a corner; the referee gives the goal-kick.
- Yellow cardJan BednarekSouthampton
Yellow card! Bednarek goes into the book for a cynical foul.
- OffJan VertonghenTottenham Hotspur
- OnGedson FernandesTottenham Hotspur
Jose has seen enough. He replaces Vertonghen with Gedson Fernandes. The Spurs defender looks deep in thought as he makes his way off the pitch. He's not happy.
Great chance! And now Spurs threaten at the opposite end. Son is released on the counter-attack, his cross is inch-perfect for Lucas, who, from only six yards out, ought to score but heads wide!
Miss! Spurs are so open at the back and Southampton should be ahead. Boufal squanders a gilt-edged chance, dragging the ball wide with the goal at his mercy after Vertonghen fails to clear his lines. Tottenham's defence is at sixes and sevens.
Hojbjerg gives Vertonghen a nudge in the back to meet Romeu's cross but heads it well over the bar. VAR may have ruled it out had that gone in, but it was a bad miss.
According to BT Sport, Ward-Prowse may have possible ligament damage. We hope that is not the case.
KICK-OFF! Spurs get the second half underway, and they will need to be much improved if they are to claim their place against Norwich in the fifth round.
Spurs were quite frankly awful in the first half. Mourinho must be thinking about a change in personnel - and Dele Alli, who is carrying a knock, may be forced into action sooner rather than later.
HALF-TIME: A frenetic and thoroughly entertaining first half comes to a close with the scores locked at 1-1.
Excellent tackle! Bednarek makes an inch-perfect challenge to prevent Son getting away a shot. That's as good as a goal scored at the other end.
Over! Tottenham defenders stand off Redmond but the Saints midfielder fails to take advantage, leaning back and blazing well over the bar from the edge of the penalty area.
There will be FOUR minutes of added time.
The hosts are looking dangerous on the counter-attack, but their decision-making is letting them down time and time again. This time Son is the guilty party, trying to go it alone with his team mates on either side of him and losing the ball.
Spurs counter from a Saints corner. Lucas cuts in from the left and has team mates arriving into the box, but Bednarek makes an excellent tackle to win it back for the visitors.
The injury to Ward-Prowse has forced Hasenhuttl into a defensive shake-up. Stephens has gone to right back, with Vestergaard playing next to Bednarek.
Southampton sub: After a lengthy stoppage, Ward-Prowse leaves the pitch on a stretcher. It looks a nasty injury to his right knee and we wish him a speedy recovery. He's replaced by Jannik Vestergaard.
This doesn't look good. Ward-Prowse, who has been excellent at full-back, is in some distress after an innocuous challenge by Sessegnon. The medics rush onto the pitch to treat the Southampton player.
Without question, Southampton have been the better side here. Mourinho will be concerned by his team's performance, with Lloris playing particularly poorly.
- GoalShane LongSouthampton
GOAL! Tottenham 1-1 Southampton (Long): Southampton grab a fully deserved equaliser. Redmond swivels to create the space to get his shot away, Lloris can only parry it into the path of Long who is left with the simple task of tapping it into the net. It's a gift from the Spurs goalkeeper, who hasn't looked quite right tonight.
Lucas does well to keep the ball in play on the left and then puts the burners on to burst into the penalty area where he's crowded out. He's a bundle of positive energy.
Here is the moment Spurs took the lead...
Stephens, who has been excellent despite his own-goal, makes a perfectly-timed challenge to take the ball from Son, who was about to pull the trigger from a tight angle on the right of the box.
A neat move from Saints down the left, Bertrand's low cross is set upon by Ings but Tanganga gets across his man and shepherds the ball out of play. Tidy defending.
Lucas nicks the ball from Romeu and suddenly Spurs are on the counter-attack. He tries to go it alone; but he's crowded out and yet somehow still wins the corner. The referee spots an infringement in the box and awards Southampton a goal-kick.
Southampton are enjoying another spell. Ward-Prowse's corner delivery isn't cleared convincingly and the midfielder gets another bite of the cherry, but this time his cross is straight into the arms of Lloris.
And here's another fact: That was Southampton's first own goal since Ward Prowse netted inadvertently against Manchester City in December 2018.
He should have already completed the feat...
Unconvincing save! What is Lloris doing? Now he spills a routine shot from Redmond but, fortunately for the Spurs goalkeeper, the loose ball doesn't fall kindly for Long.
Off the woodwork! Oh my, how has he missed? A lovely ball is sent down the line by Ward-Prowse for the in-form Ings. Lloris fails to come for it, for whatever reason, and instead of powering it past the Spurs keeper, Ings tries to side-foot it home only to see the ball cannoning off the crossbar and bouncing to safety.
Ndombele is fouled by Romeu and looks in some discomfort. He has had his fair share of injury problems recently, but he's back to his feet, even if he is still holding his back.
There hasn't been an instant response from Southampton, who had been on top until Spurs' opener.
A classic counter-attacking Jose Mourinho goal, that. Spurs lead, but it's as quiet as a library at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
- Own-goalJack StephensSouthampton
GOAL! Tottenham 1-0 Southampton (Stephens OG): Against the run of play, Tottenham lead! The hosts break, Winks plays a lovely pass over the top for Sessegnon only for Stephens to get a toe in to take the ball from his possession. It falls to Ndombele, whose shot is going wide but cruelly it takes a deflection off Stephens and nestles in the corner of the goal. When your luck is out...
Save! Redmond shoots tamely through the legs of Alderweireld, Lloris is unsighted and sees it late, making a rather unconvincing stop with his feet.
Spurs haven't quite got to grips with the pace of he game yet. It's Southampton dictating the tempo.
Boufal, scorer of Saints' equaliser in the first tie, waltzes his way through the Spurs defence quite easily down the left; he has too much pace for Tanganga and he drills a low ball across the face of goal, almost finding Ings at the far post, but Lloris is alert to the danger and pushes it away from danger.
Shot! Ings controls a diagonal ball on his right foot, cuts onto his left and volleys into the arms of Lloris. He missed a fair number of chances in the original tie and that was perhaps playing on his mind as he opted not to take on the first time volley.
Save! Son makes an intelligent run to latch onto Dier's ball over the top, he lays it off to Sessegnon but it's a tame effort from the youngster and a comfortable stop for Gunn.
It has been a fairly low key start to the match. Tottenham are again playing without a recognised striker. Saints are using a high-press.
- 1st Half
KICK-OFF! Southampton get us underway after a tremendous pre-match lights show!
Jose has been talking to BT Sport. "This is a difficult moment for us. I don't have many options to play any more [changes]. Southampton played on Saturday, an extra 24 hours and it makes a big difference." He continued: "This is the last effort of this period then we will have a week without playing. Let's go to try and win the game."
Ten minutes until kick-off at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Did you know - Spurs have won eight of their last nine home games against Southampton (L1), with all games coming in the Premier League; they won 2-1 against the Saints earlier this season.
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Neither side would have been forced to play this replay had there been a winner in the original cup tie, played on January 25. Sofiane Boufal's late equaliser cancelled out Son Heung-min's first half opener.
Hassenhuttl isn't best pleased with the timing of this fixture either. "It's not the best, but we have to accept it," he said. "I'm not a friend of these replays, first because it minimises the chances of the smaller teams to maybe make these big miracles and go through to the next round. The second thing is the schedule. We were all accepting that we would have this replay in the winter break. Maybe next year we should think about if it is really necessary to make it exactly in this week."
Like Jurgen Klopp, Spurs boss Jose Mourinho is unhappy his side are being forced to play during a 'winter break'. Unlike the Liverpool manager, however, he says he isn't going to complain, although he claims the break "doesn't make any sense", which is kind of complaining.
Saints boss Ralph Hassenhuttl makes two changes to the team that lost 4-0 to Liverpool on Saturday. Sofiane Boufal replaces Moussa Djenepo, who misses out altogether, while goalkeeper Angus Gunn comes in for Alex McCarthy.
Hugo Lloris has passed a fitness test and starts for Tottenham, but Dele Alli is only fit enough for the bench, while Giovani Lo Celso and Erik Lamela miss out altogether. January signing Steven Bergwijn is ineligible. In total, there are four changes to the Spurs team that defeated Man City 2-0 on Sunday, with Ryan Sessegnon coming into the fold, as does Jan Vertonghen, Eric Dier and Tanguy Ndombele.
Tottenham XI: Lloris, Aurier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Tanganga, Dier, Winks, Ndombele, Sessegnon, Lucas, Son.. subs: Gazzaniga, Sanchez, Cirkin, Skipp, Fernandes, Alli, Parrott. /// Southampton XI: Gunn, Ward-Prowse, Stephens, Bednarek, Bertrand, Hojbjerg, Romeu, Boufal, Redmond, Ings, Long.. subs: Lewis, Obafemi, Adams, Vokins, Vestergaard, Smallbone, Armstrong.
Hello and welcome to Eurosport's LIVE text commentary of the FA Cup replay between Tottenham and Southampton. It's the game neither side wanted, but they have got it following a 1-1 draw at the tail end of last month. The incentive for the winner is a home clash with Norwich in the fifth round. Kick-off is 45 minutes away and team news will follow next.