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Summary

  1. Spurs into FA Cup semi-finals
  2. Son scores hat-trick including two superb strikes
  3. Janssen finally scores from open play
  4. Kane goes off after suffering apparent ankle injury

Live Reporting

By Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    The draw for the FA Cup semi-finals will be made after tomorrow's FA Cup game between Chelsea and Manchester United which is live on BBC One (19:45 GMT).

    That's it from me. I'll see you later.

    Cheerio.

  2. Son gets the sixth

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    Video caption: A Tom King fumble allows Son Heung-min to complete his hat-trick
  3. Shock on the cards?

    Liverpool 0-1 Burnley

    The one game in the Premier League today - Liverpool versus Burnley - is under way and the Clarets are already ahead.

    Can they record their first away win of the season? Join my colleague Tom Rostance for live text commentary on the game here.

  4. 'We will bounce back'

    Tottenham 6-0 Millwall

    Millwall boss Neil Harris, speaking to BBC Sport: "It was disappointing to concede the goals we did. I thought we lost our way in the last 20 minutes but there is no getting away from what a good team they are.

    "We are disappointed because we have been beaten 6-0 at Spurs. This is the quality you are playing against. If we can use this experience then the standards are there that we need to set individually and collectively.

    "This was always a nice distraction for us but we were 17 games unbeaten before today and  it won't be a problem for us. We will bounce back from tomorrow."

  5. A Chelsea weakness?

    Chelsea v Man Utd (Monday, 19:45 GMT)

    Has Pat Nevin identified a Chelsea weakness that Manchester United can exploit in Monday's remaining FA Cup quarter-final?

    Someone send this Jose Mourinho's way.

  6. FA Cup semi-finals so far

    1. Arsenal

    2. Manchester City 

    3. Tottenham

    4. Chelsea or Manchester United

  7. BreakingShakespeare confirmed as Leicester boss for rest of season

    Away from this game and Leicester City have confirmed that caretaker boss Craig Shakespeare will stay in charge for the rest of the season.

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  8. 'We were hungry for goals'

    Tottenham 6-0 Millwall

    Dele Alli, speaking to BBC Sport: "It is always horrible to lose a player like Harry but when he went off everyone stepped up a gear. We wish him a speedy recovery. It was an important win for us not just in the cup but in the league as well, it is important to get the goals. We were hungry for goals."

  9. Post update

    Tottenham 6-0 Millwall

    Kevin Kilbane

    Former Republic of Ireland winger on 5 live

    Spurs will be very very dangerous in that semi-final. Millwall just couldn't live with the pace. Son obviously gets the match ball but there have been so many outstanding players today. 

    It's what you want from the FA Cup. The big teams recognise the importance of winning a trophy and it's going to be a fantastic semi-final weekend. 

  10. Post update

    Tottenham 6-0 Millwall

    Tottenham have reached the FA Cup semi-final stage for the 20th time in their history, becoming the eighth team to achieve this feat.

    That's now Tottenham, Manchester City and Arsenal into the last four. One of Chelsea or Manchester United will join them tomorrow.

  11. FULL-TIME

    Tottenham 6-0 Millwall

    All over and Tottenham breeze into the last four.

  12. Post update

    Tottenham 6-0 Millwall

    Kevin Kilbane

    Former Republic of Ireland winger on 5 live

    It has been coming. I do feel for Tom King in goal. He doesn't quite hit it the way he would have wanted but he has been excellent today. 

  13. Son's unusual third

    Tottenham 6-0 Millwall

    Son Heung-min hits a volley straight at Tom King and it looks like he has it covered but the Millwall keeper scoops the ball through his own legs and it drops into the goal.

  14. GOAL - Tottenham 6-0 Millwall

    Son Heung-min (hat-trick)

    Son has his third, in the most bizarre of ways!

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    Video caption: A Tom King fumble allows Son Heung-min to complete his hat-trick
  15. Treasure the moment

    Tottenham 5-0 Millwall

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    Video caption: Vincent Janssen nets Spurs' fifth goal

    A real where were you moment as Vincent Janssen scores from open play.

  16. Post update

    Tottenham 5-0 Millwall

    Tottenham have Millwall pegged back on the edge of their box as they push for a sixth. 

    Son Heung-min attempts to bypass the defence with a curled effort from the edge of the area but it smacks a Millwall player in the face.

  17. Post update

    Tottenham 5-0 Millwall

    Millwall just need to crack on with focusing on promotion to the Championship. They have simply been beaten by a team that is one of the best in the Premier League and one that is a strong shout for the title next season. No shame in that.

  18. Post update

    Tottenham 5-0 Millwall

    Kevin Kilbane

    Former Republic of Ireland winger on 5 live

    You don't go on a run of 17 games unbeaten without having a massive amount of confidence and for Millwall now, it will be all about how they continue that in the league. 

    They need to not take this loss to heart. 

  19. Alli gets in on the act

    Tottenham 5-0 Millwall

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    Video caption: Tottenham's Dele Alli taps in Spurs fourth goal
  20. CLOSE!

    Tottenham 5-0 Millwall

    Oh my! Nearly a second for Vincent Janssen as he meets a cross at point blank but heads straight at keeper Tom King.