Man United & Man City 'anger' over Tottenham's FA Cup draw

Spurs equalise at Newport County

Lower league Rochdale holds Spurs to draw to set up coffers boosting FA Cup replay at Wembley

Alli in was brought down in the box with five minutes to play and Kane stepped up to make it 2-1 but substitute Steve Davies made it 2-2 when he fired in Toby Alderweireld poor clearance in the 94th minute. We have another opportunity at Wembley, the same situation like before. But Spurs first have the replay to focus on, as cup upsets are a huge part of English soccer and can still be a harsh reality for this young Tottenham side.

On Sunday, Rochdale kept the magic of the cup alive with an awesome 2-2 draw against Tottenham.

Alli was sent flying by a challenge from Harrison McGahey and Kane stepped up to rifle Tottenham in front from the penalty spot with the 34th goal he has scored for his club this season.

They face Sheffield Wednesday or Swansea in another winnable tie in the quarter-final, and would then play a semi-final and potential final at Wembley, meaning they will be "effectively granted a home fixture". "It's unbelievable", said Henderson.

"It's too hard for a player when you don't play".

Mauricio Pochettino felt Rochdale deserved to hold Tottenham Hotspur to a 2-2 draw in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Sunday afternoon. Hill's side were exemplary and Pochettino had the good grace to say he was thankful to "still be alive" in the FA Cup.

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"I'm led to believe he's looking for it but we get too involved in controversy".

Newcastle United will be without a game for THREE weeks - unless Rochdale pull off a cup shock.

"Every player wants to win trophies, to make history and I am here to make history with my new friends", he said, according to quotes carried by The Evening Standard and Sky Sports. "This competition is completely different". (Fourth-round opponents) Newport gave us a fantastic game and they lost their next game in the league 5-0. Heads could have gone down at 2-1 but they didn't. "The Champions League is the most hard trophy, but we have the capacity to win it".

Hill, who has twice guided Dale into League One across two spells in charge, added: "I've never had a moment like that".

They also criticised him for apparently resorting to such tactics against a side from a lower division.

The former Arsenal defender wrote in his Daily Mail column: "This was threatening to become another weekend in which the FA Cup was cheapened".

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