Tottenham was nervous about entering the penalty shootout as Nuno Espirito Santo won his second victory over Molineux this season.
Last year’s finalists sometimes got lucky and Ruben Nebes crashed a late shot from the crossbar, but the game reached a thrilling climax, and the normally trusted Portuguese midfielder also missed it. ..
Belgium’s international Leander Dendoncker, who scored earlier, also fluffed his line from the wolf spot.
And Piemil Hoiberg Hoiberg missed Spurs’ fourth penalty, but Harry Kane, Sergio Reguilon and Bryan Gil had already converted Cody to leave as a wolf’s corrupt.
The English man missed the fateful fifth spot kick to send the Spurs.
Wolves haven’t passed the fourth round of the tournament in the last decade.
And Molino’s loyal people were afraid that this year wouldn’t be their year again when their team (showing nine changes from the weekend) was ragged by Tottenham, who was excited from the beginning. Must be.
Clearly still clever from the late 3-0 surrender to Chelsea, the Spurs were two goals to good before they went into battle and the wolves knew what hit them.
His plans were confused within 10 minutes when his Colombian defender Yerson Mosquera was postponed to his full debut to be fair to Bruno Lage.
A £ 4.5m summer purchase from Atletico Nacional fell ominously on the grass five minutes later when no one was near him.
Sadly, his 20-year-old night ended with a stretcher being called, and the child wept, replaced by Captain Cody.
However, the Spurs didn’t feel merciful to their opponents and quickly took the initiative.
Oliver Skipp showed his true determination to win the crunch 50-50 with Ruben Neves, and the ball broke to Cody.
However, the English defender’s attempted clearance was charged by Tanguy Ndombele, who burst Cody before gently hitting the ball over John Ruddy to give the Spurs a lead.
The wolves appeared rattling, and Nuno’s boys stepped forward after Fabio Silva was booked for committing an unnecessary foul on Japhet Tanganga.
Kane was on the receiving side of some sticks when she returned to Spurs action in Molino last month after an uncertain summer.
It was in return for the English striker to beat the Spurs 2-0 in the middle of the first half and score his first club goal since August.
Dele Alli created a stunning defensive splitting pass that sliced Cody and Borry, and Kane walked around to easily defeat Radi.
As the wolf wobbled, Ali added most of the dance around Radi, but lost his foothold at the crucial moment.
But in their honor, Lage’s Wolves unexpectedly exposed their fangs when they returned to this tie before the break.
Ryan Ait Nouri’s perfectly struck corner encountered a bullet header from Leander Dendoncker who didn’t give Pierluigi Gorini a chance when the ball crashed into the Spurs’ net.
Suddenly the wolf’s self-confidence soared and Hee Chang Hwang was about to steal the equalizer in half-time. The header flashed immediately.
The last man Nuno wanted to appear after the break officially made his entrance as Adama Traoré replaced Fabio Silva, and he immediately defended the Spurs on his hind legs.
Fans fired from 6 yards under pressure from Ndombele, and Neves was booked in protest of the Spurs midfielder fouling him in the process.
Later, when Ndombele thundered with a speculative effort to twist under the keeper, Radi made an amazing takeoff, but somehow the ball slipped off the grass and just flew over.
And this cracking tie added a twist when the wolf pulled the level just before time to wipe out the Spurs’ two-goal lead.
Fans stole the ball and fed Dendoncker. Dendoncker clipped the ball over Spurs’ advancing defense, and Daniel Podence skipped and defeated Gorini.
Nuno sent Humminson to Giovanni Rocelso, and until Radi somehow scooped his point blank header, he made an almost rapid impact with a cross that Kane would have definitely scored.
But now the winner is the wolf, who cursed luck when Neves defeated Gorini 88 minutes later, but safely crashed from the Spurs crossbar and set up a dramatic penalty shootout. Did.
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The Spurs throw away the two-goal lead, but Kane finally scores when he rubs it off with a shootout.
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