Llorente hat-trick helps Spurs crush Tranmere 7-0 in Cup

Llorente hat-trick helps Spurs crush Tranmere 7-0 in Cup

Of course, we are the first that we want to win a trophy but that doesn't mean that it is going to be a successful thing or put Tottenham in a different level.

Spurs were on the front foot from the outset, but didn't go find their opener until the 40th minute when Aurier curled a wicked outside-of-the-foot shot into the back of Tranmere's net.

Fernando Llorente scored a hat-trick in the win at Prenton Park but Pochettino admits he is unsure if the striker will remain with Tottenham beyond the January window.

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Son Heung-min scored in the rout but will now head off on worldwide duty with South Korea at the Asian Cup, leaving Pochettino without one of his key performers ahead of a crucial run of fixtures.

It's also worth noting that we ended the game with five Academy graduates on the pitch - debutants George Marsh and TJ Eyoma, second half substitutes, joining Harry, Oliver Skipp and Kyle Walker-Peters.

"With three years out of the Football League you can lose generations of fans and you can stop being a big football club". They would have wanted a replay and, for us, we wanted to leave with a comfortable win.

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"So that's fantastic, great for people to be involved in that, and see the stadium bouncing".

Mellon added: "It's terrific you can have a group that played in the National League now playing against what the Premier League table has said is the second-best team in England at the minute".

Chris Waddle believes his former side Tottenham are right in the mix in the Premier League title race.

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"We know the quality we have in attack".