After thumping League One side Millwall 6-0 in the FA Cup, spirits are high for Spurs fans here in the Tavern.
A hat trick from Son Heung-min guided the Lilywhites through to the semi-finals of the FA Cup last Sunday.
It was revealed the following day that Spurs would face their arch-rivals Chelsea to determine who will progress to the final of the cup.
Son’s performance against Millwall may have earned him man of the match but more importantly it silenced those travelling fans, who allegedly hurled racist abuse at the forward.
Although Vincent Janssen scored his first ever goal in open play for the club, as well as Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen both having outstanding performances, Tottenham’s triumph was overshadowed by the injury of their main forward Harry Kane.
Taking this into account, let’s look at the changed side that Pochettino should field against Southampton if Spurs are to continue their empathic run – according to our landlord…
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