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Live Reporting

Alex Bysouth

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

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    Video caption: Ndombele scores second late goal to seal 4-1 victory for Spurs at Wycombe

    That's all from us for tonight - it only seems right to leave you with Tanguy Ndombele's splendid second goal...

    For a look back on everything that happened this evening, and to watch all the goals, check out Gary Rose's match report here.

    It's Tottenham who progress against Championship side Wycombe, and they have a trip to Goodison Park to look forward to when they face Everton in the FA Cup fifth round.

    Until next time...

  2. 'We will take a lot of heart from this'

    FT: Wycombe 1-4 Tottenham

    Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth on BT Sport: "The scoreline is probably not a reflection of the game although they were fantastic at the end - I am flattered they had to put some big names on to get in front. We looked tired, we have given everything and there is no disgrace from our boys, really proud - we will take a lot of heart from this.

    "We have only trained one day in the last eight, that has hampered things, missing a couple of key players but no excuses - for 85 minutes we were well in the game, the third and fourth goals kill us. We go again, it's not going to be the FA Cup but I am determined to stay in the Championship.

    "We have to take positives out of tonight, their second string is good enough to compete in the Premier League, never mind the Championship. Son, Kane, Hojbjerg, some really good players coming on.

    "I am going to tell my boys they are good enough to stay in the Championship."

  3. 'Overall a good squad performance'

    FT: Wycombe 1-4 Tottenham

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho, speaking to BT Sport: "If it goes to extra time, it would be bad for both teams. The players coming on in the second half of the game, it would be difficult to handle us but then we scored that goal to put us through.

    "[Tanguy Ndombele] is very creative. He is one of those players that can break the balance. They tried to get him man against man but he can break that - plus on top of that he can score a goal for us.

    "The attitude from the players from the first minute was excellent, then the players on the bench, they came with the intention of giving something to the team, so overall it was a good squad performance."

    "Harry Winks played very, very well but all of the guys did very well, too."

  4. The stats...

    FT: Wycombe 1-4 Tottenham

    • Tottenham have progressed from 21 of their last 22 FA Cup ties against sides from a lower division.
    • Wycombe have lost 15 of their 26 games in all competitions this season, three more than they did in 43 matches last season.
    • There were just 72 seconds between Harry Winks giving Tottenham the lead and Tanguy Ndombele making it 3-1.
    • Fred Onyedinma has scored in back-to-back appearances for Wycombe in all competitions (both in the FA Cup), having scored in none of his first 24 games this season.
    • Gareth Bale has been involved in nine goals in his last six starts in the FA Cup for Tottenham (4 goals, 5 assists), with his equalizing goal tonight his first in the competition in 2942 days since netting vs Coventry in January 2013.
    • Lucas Moura has been involved in 10 goals in 12 FA Cup starts (4 goals, 6 assists), more than any other Spurs player since his debut for the club in the competition in February 2018.
    • Harry Winks has scored two goals in his last nine games for Tottenham in all competitions, as many as he had in his first 151 appearances for the club.
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    FT: Wycombe 1-4 Tottenham

    And here's the first of Tanguy Ndombele's two goals...

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    Video caption: Ndombele slots in third goal for Spurs
  6. Tanguy time...

    FT: Wycombe 1-4 Tottenham

    Tanguy Ndombele has scored three goals in his past two games for Tottenham in all competitions, just two fewer than he netted in his first 52 for the club.

    He became the first substitute to score twice in a match for Tottenham since Roman Pavlyuchenko against Birmingham in May 2011.

  7. 'The belief in the team is we keep going'

    FT: Wycombe 1-4 Tottenham

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham goalscorer Harry Winks on 5 Live Sport: "It's a cold one, so we didn't want extra time!

    "It was a tough one. They are a good side and made it difficult for us from the first minute. We expected a fight and we had to go right to the end and thankfully, it didn't go to extra time.

    "It's the FA Cup and you never know what is going to happen. We had a lot of chances and opportunities we didn't take but the belief in the team is that we keep going until the final whistle and luckily that paid off for us today.

    "I've been working on it a lot after training and when the ball came to me I just composed myself and tried to go for pace rather than lashing at it and seeing where it went. I'm happy to score whenever I get the chance.

    "It's difficult not to get regular game time and build up momentum but every time I get the opportunity I have to take it, that's down to me to perform well."

  8. Post update

    FT: Wycombe 1-4 Tottenham

    Harry Winks says he's been working on his finishing, and is better with his left foot than his right now - hard to argue based on that effort.

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    FT: Wycombe 1-4 Tottenham

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    Video caption: Late Winks goal dashes Wycombe hopes

    Here's Harry Winks' tidy finish... the goal that broke Wycombe's resolve.

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    FT: Wycombe 1-4 Tottenham

    A good night for Spurs in the end. And a good night for Gareth Bale, too.

    He got his goal and could have had a hat-trick, but perhaps more importantly completed 90 minutes for the first time since returning to Tottenham on loan.

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    FT: Wycombe 1-4 Tottenham

    Clinton Morrison

    Former Crystal Palace striker on BBC Radio 5 Live

    You have to give credit to Wycombe because they made it a cup tie until the last couple of minutes. Jose Mourinho had to bring on the big guns but they delivered for Tottenham, although that was never a 4-1 scoreline. Wycombe defended well, got men behind the ball and showed their class.

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    FT: Wycombe 1-4 Tottenham

    Wycombe, bottom of the Championship, can feel very satisfied with their performance.

    They certainly pushed Spurs until the last five minutes.

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    Wycombe 1-4 Tottenham

    Clinton Morrison

    Former Crystal Palace striker on BBC Radio 5 Live

    The turn is brilliant from Ndombele! He is a player and he's starting to show his quality. He's had his differences with Jose but this season he has been fantastic.

  14. FULL-TIME

    Wycombe 1-4 Tottenham

    That's it.

    Tottenham will face Everton in the fifth round.

  15. GOAL - Wycombe 1-4 Tottenham

    Tanguy Ndombele (90+3 mins)

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    Video caption: Ndombele scores second late goal to seal 4-1 victory for Spurs at Wycombe

    Oh, Tanguy.

    What a player he is. The midfielder drives into the box, drags it back through his legs and fizzes an effort into the bottom corner.

    Two goals for the Frenchman and Spurs have their fourth.

  16. Post update

    Wycombe 1-3 Tottenham

    Wycombe deserve a lot of credit, Spurs have thrown everything at them in this second half and it needed the likes of Son, Kane and Ndombele to come off the bench for the Premier League side to see them through.

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    David Randall: Will Tottenham bottle it? Yes - a champagne bottle as the year ends in one.

    Loser 92: So cruel. The fates have no mercy or romance in their souls. Poor Wycombe. Poor poor Wycombe.

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    Wycombe 1-3 Tottenham

    Clinton Morrison

    Former Crystal Palace striker on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Wycombe lose the ball because they are trying to push players forward. Son picks the right pass to Ndombele and he scores yet another goal. He's starting to flourish in this Tottenham side. Good composed finished.