Wycombe heartbreak after late Tottenham comeback

On whether Spurs are looking to win the competition: "Of course, but you have to give players opportunities to play in the squad and assess them".

Spurs played the final half an hour with 10-men after Kieran Trippier hobbled off in tears with a hip problem but Pochettino said he had not had a chance to assess the defender. Spurs enjoyed 76% possession in the match, but were carved open defensively on numerous occasions by a Wycombe side that played physically and attempted to hit back on the counterattack.

Son Heung-Min, who normally plays in a wide forward role, spearheaded the attack, supported by attacking midfield trio Georges-Kevin N'Koudou, Moussa Sissoko and Josh Onomah. It was very hard for us.

Toby Alderweireld was substituted off after 65 minutes in the Lilywhite's 2-2 draw with Manchester City after he felt tightness in his hamstring, while Kane also felt a small pain in his groin in the second half of the same match.

Pochettino reserved enormous credit for Wycombe for putting on a thrilling performance at White Hart Lane and while he feels his side played the better football, he admits that Spurs were lucky to find the victor so late in the game.

Poche was extremely complimentary to Wycombe, and even said that he's beginning to understand why England loves the FA Cup so much. But the Spurs fight back, and they live to see another day in the FA Cup. It was hard for me from day one when I arrived [in England] four years ago to say, 'Oh the FA Cup is lovely or the FA Cup is magical.' Now I realise that it's a special competition. Now I realise that it's a special competition.

'It is the most special competition in the world because you can not replicate in Spain or France or Italy the same passion, the same atmosphere on the pitch.

Roy Essandoh was the hero with a late victor when Wycombe shocked Leicester City to reach the semi-finals in 2001, while it was 33-year-old Hayes who looked to have written the headlines this time around - his stunning volley setting the League Two side on their way.

"This is the FA Cup". It's fantastic. I'm very touched by it. We can do nothing about that. "I was gutted at the end but the overriding emotion now is just how proud we are of what we have achieved and how far we have come as a club".

Paul Hayes scored twice in an FA Cup game for the first time since December 2005, when he was playing for Barnsley against Bradford. Tottenham Hotspur will have ball #1 in the draw.

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