Spurs edge Wycombe in seven-goal FA Cup classic

Tottenham's late surge spares blushes and breaks Wycombe hearts

Wycombe went up 2-0 in the first half and left the Spurs fans shocked, but Tottenham got it together and scored all of its goals in the second half to secure the win. Credit them, we can not play them down.

"You always believe and try to win and be a little bit lucky, and today we got a little bit lucky to get into the next round".

"This is the beauty of the FA Cup".

"They found a way to create chances and it was hard in the first half more than the second half, when we increased our level".

'We never underestimated our opponent.

The hosts dominated, especially in the second half, but it took the introduction of striker Janssen at half-time and first-teamers Alli and Mousa Dembele on the hour mark for Spurs to eventually creep past a resilient Wycombe.

Wycombe took full advantage of their additional man by regaining the lead with six minutes to play, when to substitutes of their own combined for the victor.

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"It was hard for me when I arrived in England to say the FA Cup is magic, or 'the beauty of the FA Cup, ' but now I realize it is a special competition", Pochettino said.

"To play the last 30 minutes with one less, I think there are a lot of positives to take".

The draw for the Fifth Round of the FA Cup will be held at 7:20 p.m. United Kingdom (2:20 pm ET) on Monday.

Pochettino shared his words to Wycombe manager, Gareth Ainsworth, at the final whistle, adding: "I said well done, well played". It's the most special competition in the world. It's magic. This is completely different to Spain or France.

His sentiments were echoed by his club, who used their official Twitter account to commend the League Two side for their superb effort. It's fantastic. I'm very touched by it. They have done the whole town proud, they have done me proud, done themselves proud.

It was as much as they deserved from a blood and thunder opening period which had Tottenham's second string looking distinctly uncomfortable.