Date: 23rd December 2020 at 7:45pm
Written by:
Stoke City
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Tottenham Hotspur

Bet365 Stadium

EFL Cup Quarter Final

23/12/2020 5:30 pm

Attendance: 0

Referee: Darren England

Stoke City Tottenham Hotspur
Thompson (53) Bale (22), Davies (70), Kane (81)
Lonergan Lloris
Souttar Sanchez
Batth Dier
Smith Davies
Thompson Hojbjerg
Cousins Winks
Fox 34 Alli 66
Oakley-Boothe 79 Lucas Moura 66
Brown 71 Bale 45
McClean Kane


Ince Reguilon
Vokes 79 Alderweireld
Shawcross Son Heung-Min 45
Fletcher 34 Lamela 66
Powell 71 Hart
Tymon Sissoko 66
Nna Noukeu Alves Morais

Game Statistics

7 Goal attempts 12
3 On Target 6
0 Corners 10
13 Fouls 13
1 Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
34 % 66

Following a dip in Premier League form, Tottenham Hotspur had an EFL Cup quarter final to distract them earlier this evening as we made the long trip up to a cold and probably wet Stoke.

Spurs started brightly and we were really in full control, we just weren’t creating much of note. The breakthrough finally came though, as Gareth Bale connected with a Harry Winks delivery to put us 1-0 up in the 22nd minute.

We could’ve actually been three or four clear by the half time break, but despite not playing for around two years, veteran Andy Lonergan was in fine form between the sticks.

The second half was really much the same, although Stoke managed to grab a few chances and made a proper tie of it in the 53rd minute when they found an equaliser. We were still largely in control for me though and with 20 minutes remaining Ben Davies made it count to restore our advantage and with nine left on the clock, Harry Kane wrapped up it with a third (it could’ve been a fourth had a particularly tight offside call not robbed Son of an earlier effort).

3-1…semi’s here we come.

Stoke MotM

Davinson Sanchez

Davinson Sanchez

Harry Winks

Harry Winks

Harry Kane

Harry Kane

Ben Davies

Ben Davies
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