Published: Mon, March 19, 2018
Finance | By Jaime Brady

FA Cup semi-final draw: All you need to know

FA Cup semi-final draw: All you need to know

Spurs moved into Wembley at the start of the season as their new 62,000-capacity stadium is being built.

It was that sort of afternoon for Spurs, who were as comfortable as it gets as they strolled into the last four for the second year in a row after a 3-0 away win yesterday. It was embarrassingly one-sided at times and the only surprise was that Spurs took until the stroke of half-time to double their lead.

Victory in Wales moved Spurs to within two games of capping an impressive four years of progress under Pochettino with a first trophy since 2008.

"I am not disappointed as they have a very good side", said Carvalhal, who took Swansea to the last eight for the first time since 1964.

Luciano Narsingh of Swansea City crosses the ball under pressure from Ben Davies of Tottenham Hotspur.

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Eriksen was allowed to advance to the edge of the area by Swansea's retreating defenders before the Denmark playmaker curled a left-foot shot into the corner in the 11th minute.

Tottenham then dominated much of the game after going ahead as Eriksen's ideal ball over the top found Heung-Min Son and he finished magnificently off the crossbar but the South Korean star was flagged offside and VAR decided that was the correct call. Other than a sudden strike from Swansea to open the second half, things were all quiet in front of the Tottenham goal.

"If you have watched the last three games, we won with a different starting XI and now today too".

Eriksen thundered the bar, Lucas Moura missed from six yards and Eric Dier flashed a free header over the bar, while the video assistant referee also denied Spurs what they thought was a legitimate goal. "We know there is a gap and that they are better".

Wigan's defeat means it is an all-Premier League line-up.

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