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FA Cup: Ndombele bags late brace as Tottenham survive Wycombe scare

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Tottenham Hotspurs broke the stubborn resistance of Championship side, Wycombe, with a 4-1 win as Tanguy Ndombele bagged a brace in the FA Cup fourth-round clash.

Jose Mourinho’s men fell behind to a 25th strike Nigerian Fred Onyedinma despite Spurs’ dominance in the game and they held the lead until Gareth Bale spared the blushes of the visitors with a late first-half strike.

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Spurs’ efforts to break the defiant Championship bottomers lingered into the later part of the second half, forcing Mourinho to introduce Harry Kane, Ndowmbele as well as Son Heung-Min, in attempt to steal the win.

The subs paid off as Kane’s effort from a Ndombele strike exposed Wycombe’s keeper, Ryan Allsop, leaving Harry Winks with an open net to slot in his clinical finish.

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Winks’ 86th-minute leader open the flood gates for the 2019 UEFA Champions League runners-up, allowing Ndombele to exploit the already demoralised Wycombe team.

Super-sub Ndombele then went on to bag his brace in the 87th and 90+3′ minutes respectively, to set up a fifth-round encounter with fellow Premier League side, Everton.

 

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