Lo más reciente

Las últimas imágenes llegadas a la redacción deportiva de Yahoo! en Español

Knicks coach Hornacek reportedly shoved Joakim Noah during argument over playing time
Knicks coach Hornacek reportedly shoved Joakim Noah during argument over playing time
Knicks coach Hornacek reportedly shoved Joakim Noah during argument over playing time
Knicks coach Hornacek reportedly shoved Joakim Noah during argument over playing time
Knicks coach Hornacek reportedly shoved Joakim Noah during argument over playing time
Knicks coach Hornacek reportedly shoved Joakim Noah during argument over playing time
Devante Smith-Pelly was heckled with racist abuse and NHL commissioner Gary Bettman has condemned the Chicago Blackhawks fans involved.
NHL commissioner Bettman condemns 'reprehensible' Smith-Pelly abuse
Devante Smith-Pelly was heckled with racist abuse and NHL commissioner Gary Bettman has condemned the Chicago Blackhawks fans involved.
 5:02PM KICK OFF 2 We're back. Spurs start the second half - will they find a way back into this one? No changes from either manager. 5:00PM Henderson's finish for the goal Credit: REUTERS 4:58PM What'll happen next? Rochdale have been excellent. Early on there were some questionably aggressive challenges but that's worked and Spurs don't seem quite up for this one, everyone except Son and Lucas Moura guilty of taking too long on the ball and some poor touches. And actually, Son's ball control has let him down on several occasions. Pochettino doesn't seem to have learned anything from the Newport game and may have made too many changes. We'll see if that's the case in the second half - if they come out pumped, there's every chance they get one or two goals out of Rochdale, who might wobble if put under pressure. Rochdale can't go into defensive mode too early here - it's the high press and high energy game that's forced Spurs into that error for the goal. Plus, Rochdale can play! 4:49PM HALF TIME Spurs aren't at it! Rochdale have a (not really) shock lead and fully deserve it. 4:47PM GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAALLL! Rochdale goal What a goal! Spurs are caught out! Winks takes too long on the ball, is easily tackled and Rochdale have men over. Great movement splits the centre-backs, Wanyama isn't fast enough to get back, Rose is nowhere to be seen and Henderson holds his run to get on the end of a low pass into the area, finishing past Vorm into the bottom corner. Superb from Rochdale! 4:41PM 42 mins Credit: GETTY IMAGES Rochdale have played some really nice football here. They like passing out from the back and keeping things tidy in midfield. Son plays a one-two with Llorente on the edge of the area but is crowded out and the keeper smothers the loose ball. 4:38PM 39 mins Sissoko is getting a little shirty with some of the Rochdale players he wants to tackle and seems agitated. Llorente is fouled shortly after. 4:36PM 37 mins Lucas Moura knows he can go past anyone he wants and this time chooses to go around the outside of Delaney and into the six yard box. His attempted low pass is cleared behind for a corner, which Trippier comes across to take. from the right. It's headed away and then Rose fouls Cannon in the D. 4:34PM 34 mins Delaney has time on the ball, looks up and then hits a hopeless chipped pass into the left wing. Nobody is there. HENDERSON IS IN BEHIND THE DEFENCE! HE MUST SCORE! Oooooh lordy he's sliced the volley after a beautiful lifted pass puts him one on one with the goalkeeper, and from a narrow angle he's put the shot out for a throw-in. Huge chance. Winks is dictating play for Spurs from the middle and very nearly finds Llorente with a forward pass. He lays it off to Son but the defence closes the move down and clear their lines. 4:30PM 31 mins What. A. Pass. Son looks up and hits a 35 yard diagonal ball over towards Trippier's run, he meets it in the box and fires a low cross into the area. Nobody is there, Moura takes it on, tries to turn and then blasts over from 12 yards. Spurs starting to find space to shoot now. 4:28PM 29 mins Wanyama jumps to head the ball to Vorm but ends up giving away a corner. He's not quite on it today. Sissoko heads away at the six yard box, Winks shields the ball out for a goal kick. 4:26PM 26 mins Rochdale swing the ball in from wide right - Rafferty can cross a ball! - and the Spurs defence have to be strong and alert to deal with it. SON'S AWAY! Spurs are in here! Son sprints down the left channel, shoots on his left and the goalie saves. He passes the rebound inside to Llorente, who goes back and forth before shooting from 12 yards, with the goalkeeper closing him down. Wide. That should be 1-0. 4:23PM 23 mins Credit: AFP A long ball forward and Llorente heads the ball onto Son. He cuts onto his left foot and the defender loses his footing. Son shoots to the far corner... and it's blocked by some smart defending! The corner comes to nothing. This is a decent game! 4:21PM 21 mins Rochdale are having a little bit of a rest from the constant high press but it doesn't matter because Wanyama has passed the ball straight back to them. The goalkeeper goes long and Humphrys wins the header. 4:18PM 18 mins Rochdale are throwing bodies into waves of attack, Alderweireld slips again and has the ball trapped underneath his chest and between his arms. They want a penalty but are never getting it. Oooooohh that is a nasty Sunday League challenge. Horrible. Winks gets up straight away but the 'hard man' lunge on Winks in the middle of the pitch is disgusting and the referee gives the defender a talking to. 4:15PM 15 mins That's a cynical chop from Delaney, as he lunges at and then kicks Lucas Moura off the ball. At any level above League One that's an instant booking but the referee lets it go. The free-kick is curled in and headed by Alderweireld but loops to the goalie's hand. Lillis tries to take his drop kick quickly and Llorente jumps in his way - the ball cannons off him and lands wide of the empty net! That's a foul apparently. Hmmm. 4:13PM 13 mins Son wastes a promising move with a really poor touch, just as Spurs had worked the ball to him in the box. He knocks it long and is then muscled out of possession inside the six yard box. Rafferty curls an excellent early cross to the back post and Trippier has to be awake to cut it out. 4:12PM 12 mins There's a League One challenge if ever you'll see one. Rafferty comes absolutely flying in to a tackle on Danny Rose, going in hard on him as he tries to clear. Think English Sunday League aggression and that's where he's at. Letting them know he's there. That old chestnut. Credit: REUTERS 4:09PM 9 mins Rochdale have started well here but Spurs look suspiciously like they're enjoying themselves and it won't be long before they figure out a way to score. 4:06PM 6 mins Rochdale are pressing high, which is pretty hard to do and rather brave in a 3-5-2. They close down Alderweireld and win possession back near the Spurs box but an attempted switched pass goes out for a throw. The pitch gives way underneath Alderweireld as he tries to stop suddenly and he's extremely lucky that Rochdale don't pick his pocket and run through on goal. Moura is dribbling past Rochdale players like they're training dummies. 4:03PM 4 mins Early danger as Rochdale find space on the left after a flowing passing move and a low cross is cleared away by the Spurs defence. Lucas Moura picks the ball up and runs past two men before chipping to Son on the left. He controls and takes the ball past the defender but loses out before he can pull the trigger, thanks to the covering centre-back. 4:02PM 2 mins Trippier looks like he might have hurt myself, taking his time over a throw in. The Rochdale support are making plenty of noise and the players are moving the ball confidently early on. 4:01PM KICK OFF Here we go! 3:56PM Here come the players! The first game on a lovely new pitch between two teams who have never played each other. 3:54PM Mauricio Pochettino happy with the new pitch "I want to congratulate everyone involved with this hard job to change and improve the pitch. They are happy, we are so happy it is a pitch you can play football on. I think we are all happy but I need to recognise the people involved to improve, it's an amazing job. Congratulations. Football this afternoon is going to win." 3:47PM Keith Hill interview "We're not focused on that. My players are capable and on a one off occasion they can bring their A game, a game they've not produced enough over the course of their careers. We have to make it uncomfortable for them. "It has done but it can't be used as an excuse. I can't change the way the players think, the way we've trained them over the last five years, we're going to test ourselves against supreme opposition who do the things we do about 20/30 times better!" 3:44PM "Resting" big players Alan Shearer has added an experienced opinion on the nonsense of resting big players by putting them on the bench. "The travelling tires you, you've got to do the warm up, if you don't play you'll be doing running after anyway." 3:29PM Rochdale starting lineup Lillis, McGahey, McNulty, Delaney, Rafferty, Cannon, Camps, Kitching, Done, Humphrys, Henderson 3:24PM Still no sign of the Rochdale first XI Keith Hill is at it. Mind games. Psychological warfare! The match has begun before kick off. 3:13PM Beach party! Rochdale holding a kids’ beach party today because of their sandy pitch getting into the news �� pitch is relaid and looks OK today ���� pic.twitter.com/oVGhxYjJXc— Peter Staunton (@petermstaunton) February 18, 2018 3:08PM Spurs starting lineups #THFC: Vorm (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Rose, Wanyama, Winks, Sissoko, Lucas, Son, Llorente. #COYSpic.twitter.com/w80FBmOosc— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 18, 2018 2:53PM Players making their way to the stadium Credit: REUTERS Kyle Walker-Peters at Rochdale Credit: REUTERS I like that the van is also a security barrier. 2:16PM Hello! Good afternoon/early evening - whichever you'd like to call it. Welcome to our liveblog for a rather exciting FA Cup clash between a team stuck dead to the bottom of League One and one who just pulled off a heroic draw in Turin against the mighty Juventus. It's the magic of the cup! Since the Champions League and Premier League take precedent in this terrifying modern life, it's likely that Spurs will field most of their reserves in waiting, meaning Fernando Llorente, Harry Winks, Juan Foythe and a few others knocking on the door have the chance to push for a legit first team starting place. Can Spurs afford to take chances with the second string? Because... if they don't win a trophy then what has this all been about? Tedious trophy talk should not obscure Pochettino's brilliance at Tottenham Rochdale aren't without hope just because they're struggling in the league - this is the magical, mystical FA Cup we're talking about - but they are missing Niall Canavan and Keith Keane through injury and Scott Wiseman, Sam Hart, Mihai Dobre and Billy Knott can't play because they're cup tied.
Rochdale vs Tottenham, FA Cup fifth round: live score updates
5:02PM KICK OFF 2 We're back. Spurs start the second half - will they find a way back into this one? No changes from either manager. 5:00PM Henderson's finish for the goal Credit: REUTERS 4:58PM What'll happen next? Rochdale have been excellent. Early on there were some questionably aggressive challenges but that's worked and Spurs don't seem quite up for this one, everyone except Son and Lucas Moura guilty of taking too long on the ball and some poor touches. And actually, Son's ball control has let him down on several occasions. Pochettino doesn't seem to have learned anything from the Newport game and may have made too many changes. We'll see if that's the case in the second half - if they come out pumped, there's every chance they get one or two goals out of Rochdale, who might wobble if put under pressure. Rochdale can't go into defensive mode too early here - it's the high press and high energy game that's forced Spurs into that error for the goal. Plus, Rochdale can play! 4:49PM HALF TIME Spurs aren't at it! Rochdale have a (not really) shock lead and fully deserve it. 4:47PM GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAALLL! Rochdale goal What a goal! Spurs are caught out! Winks takes too long on the ball, is easily tackled and Rochdale have men over. Great movement splits the centre-backs, Wanyama isn't fast enough to get back, Rose is nowhere to be seen and Henderson holds his run to get on the end of a low pass into the area, finishing past Vorm into the bottom corner. Superb from Rochdale! 4:41PM 42 mins Credit: GETTY IMAGES Rochdale have played some really nice football here. They like passing out from the back and keeping things tidy in midfield. Son plays a one-two with Llorente on the edge of the area but is crowded out and the keeper smothers the loose ball. 4:38PM 39 mins Sissoko is getting a little shirty with some of the Rochdale players he wants to tackle and seems agitated. Llorente is fouled shortly after. 4:36PM 37 mins Lucas Moura knows he can go past anyone he wants and this time chooses to go around the outside of Delaney and into the six yard box. His attempted low pass is cleared behind for a corner, which Trippier comes across to take. from the right. It's headed away and then Rose fouls Cannon in the D. 4:34PM 34 mins Delaney has time on the ball, looks up and then hits a hopeless chipped pass into the left wing. Nobody is there. HENDERSON IS IN BEHIND THE DEFENCE! HE MUST SCORE! Oooooh lordy he's sliced the volley after a beautiful lifted pass puts him one on one with the goalkeeper, and from a narrow angle he's put the shot out for a throw-in. Huge chance. Winks is dictating play for Spurs from the middle and very nearly finds Llorente with a forward pass. He lays it off to Son but the defence closes the move down and clear their lines. 4:30PM 31 mins What. A. Pass. Son looks up and hits a 35 yard diagonal ball over towards Trippier's run, he meets it in the box and fires a low cross into the area. Nobody is there, Moura takes it on, tries to turn and then blasts over from 12 yards. Spurs starting to find space to shoot now. 4:28PM 29 mins Wanyama jumps to head the ball to Vorm but ends up giving away a corner. He's not quite on it today. Sissoko heads away at the six yard box, Winks shields the ball out for a goal kick. 4:26PM 26 mins Rochdale swing the ball in from wide right - Rafferty can cross a ball! - and the Spurs defence have to be strong and alert to deal with it. SON'S AWAY! Spurs are in here! Son sprints down the left channel, shoots on his left and the goalie saves. He passes the rebound inside to Llorente, who goes back and forth before shooting from 12 yards, with the goalkeeper closing him down. Wide. That should be 1-0. 4:23PM 23 mins Credit: AFP A long ball forward and Llorente heads the ball onto Son. He cuts onto his left foot and the defender loses his footing. Son shoots to the far corner... and it's blocked by some smart defending! The corner comes to nothing. This is a decent game! 4:21PM 21 mins Rochdale are having a little bit of a rest from the constant high press but it doesn't matter because Wanyama has passed the ball straight back to them. The goalkeeper goes long and Humphrys wins the header. 4:18PM 18 mins Rochdale are throwing bodies into waves of attack, Alderweireld slips again and has the ball trapped underneath his chest and between his arms. They want a penalty but are never getting it. Oooooohh that is a nasty Sunday League challenge. Horrible. Winks gets up straight away but the 'hard man' lunge on Winks in the middle of the pitch is disgusting and the referee gives the defender a talking to. 4:15PM 15 mins That's a cynical chop from Delaney, as he lunges at and then kicks Lucas Moura off the ball. At any level above League One that's an instant booking but the referee lets it go. The free-kick is curled in and headed by Alderweireld but loops to the goalie's hand. Lillis tries to take his drop kick quickly and Llorente jumps in his way - the ball cannons off him and lands wide of the empty net! That's a foul apparently. Hmmm. 4:13PM 13 mins Son wastes a promising move with a really poor touch, just as Spurs had worked the ball to him in the box. He knocks it long and is then muscled out of possession inside the six yard box. Rafferty curls an excellent early cross to the back post and Trippier has to be awake to cut it out. 4:12PM 12 mins There's a League One challenge if ever you'll see one. Rafferty comes absolutely flying in to a tackle on Danny Rose, going in hard on him as he tries to clear. Think English Sunday League aggression and that's where he's at. Letting them know he's there. That old chestnut. Credit: REUTERS 4:09PM 9 mins Rochdale have started well here but Spurs look suspiciously like they're enjoying themselves and it won't be long before they figure out a way to score. 4:06PM 6 mins Rochdale are pressing high, which is pretty hard to do and rather brave in a 3-5-2. They close down Alderweireld and win possession back near the Spurs box but an attempted switched pass goes out for a throw. The pitch gives way underneath Alderweireld as he tries to stop suddenly and he's extremely lucky that Rochdale don't pick his pocket and run through on goal. Moura is dribbling past Rochdale players like they're training dummies. 4:03PM 4 mins Early danger as Rochdale find space on the left after a flowing passing move and a low cross is cleared away by the Spurs defence. Lucas Moura picks the ball up and runs past two men before chipping to Son on the left. He controls and takes the ball past the defender but loses out before he can pull the trigger, thanks to the covering centre-back. 4:02PM 2 mins Trippier looks like he might have hurt myself, taking his time over a throw in. The Rochdale support are making plenty of noise and the players are moving the ball confidently early on. 4:01PM KICK OFF Here we go! 3:56PM Here come the players! The first game on a lovely new pitch between two teams who have never played each other. 3:54PM Mauricio Pochettino happy with the new pitch "I want to congratulate everyone involved with this hard job to change and improve the pitch. They are happy, we are so happy it is a pitch you can play football on. I think we are all happy but I need to recognise the people involved to improve, it's an amazing job. Congratulations. Football this afternoon is going to win." 3:47PM Keith Hill interview "We're not focused on that. My players are capable and on a one off occasion they can bring their A game, a game they've not produced enough over the course of their careers. We have to make it uncomfortable for them. "It has done but it can't be used as an excuse. I can't change the way the players think, the way we've trained them over the last five years, we're going to test ourselves against supreme opposition who do the things we do about 20/30 times better!" 3:44PM "Resting" big players Alan Shearer has added an experienced opinion on the nonsense of resting big players by putting them on the bench. "The travelling tires you, you've got to do the warm up, if you don't play you'll be doing running after anyway." 3:29PM Rochdale starting lineup Lillis, McGahey, McNulty, Delaney, Rafferty, Cannon, Camps, Kitching, Done, Humphrys, Henderson 3:24PM Still no sign of the Rochdale first XI Keith Hill is at it. Mind games. Psychological warfare! The match has begun before kick off. 3:13PM Beach party! Rochdale holding a kids’ beach party today because of their sandy pitch getting into the news �� pitch is relaid and looks OK today ���� pic.twitter.com/oVGhxYjJXc— Peter Staunton (@petermstaunton) February 18, 2018 3:08PM Spurs starting lineups #THFC: Vorm (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Rose, Wanyama, Winks, Sissoko, Lucas, Son, Llorente. #COYSpic.twitter.com/w80FBmOosc— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 18, 2018 2:53PM Players making their way to the stadium Credit: REUTERS Kyle Walker-Peters at Rochdale Credit: REUTERS I like that the van is also a security barrier. 2:16PM Hello! Good afternoon/early evening - whichever you'd like to call it. Welcome to our liveblog for a rather exciting FA Cup clash between a team stuck dead to the bottom of League One and one who just pulled off a heroic draw in Turin against the mighty Juventus. It's the magic of the cup! Since the Champions League and Premier League take precedent in this terrifying modern life, it's likely that Spurs will field most of their reserves in waiting, meaning Fernando Llorente, Harry Winks, Juan Foythe and a few others knocking on the door have the chance to push for a legit first team starting place. Can Spurs afford to take chances with the second string? Because... if they don't win a trophy then what has this all been about? Tedious trophy talk should not obscure Pochettino's brilliance at Tottenham Rochdale aren't without hope just because they're struggling in the league - this is the magical, mystical FA Cup we're talking about - but they are missing Niall Canavan and Keith Keane through injury and Scott Wiseman, Sam Hart, Mihai Dobre and Billy Knott can't play because they're cup tied.
 5:02PM KICK OFF 2 We're back. Spurs start the second half - will they find a way back into this one? No changes from either manager. 5:00PM Henderson's finish for the goal Credit: REUTERS 4:58PM What'll happen next? Rochdale have been excellent. Early on there were some questionably aggressive challenges but that's worked and Spurs don't seem quite up for this one, everyone except Son and Lucas Moura guilty of taking too long on the ball and some poor touches. And actually, Son's ball control has let him down on several occasions. Pochettino doesn't seem to have learned anything from the Newport game and may have made too many changes. We'll see if that's the case in the second half - if they come out pumped, there's every chance they get one or two goals out of Rochdale, who might wobble if put under pressure. Rochdale can't go into defensive mode too early here - it's the high press and high energy game that's forced Spurs into that error for the goal. Plus, Rochdale can play! 4:49PM HALF TIME Spurs aren't at it! Rochdale have a (not really) shock lead and fully deserve it. 4:47PM GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAALLL! Rochdale goal What a goal! Spurs are caught out! Winks takes too long on the ball, is easily tackled and Rochdale have men over. Great movement splits the centre-backs, Wanyama isn't fast enough to get back, Rose is nowhere to be seen and Henderson holds his run to get on the end of a low pass into the area, finishing past Vorm into the bottom corner. Superb from Rochdale! 4:41PM 42 mins Credit: GETTY IMAGES Rochdale have played some really nice football here. They like passing out from the back and keeping things tidy in midfield. Son plays a one-two with Llorente on the edge of the area but is crowded out and the keeper smothers the loose ball. 4:38PM 39 mins Sissoko is getting a little shirty with some of the Rochdale players he wants to tackle and seems agitated. Llorente is fouled shortly after. 4:36PM 37 mins Lucas Moura knows he can go past anyone he wants and this time chooses to go around the outside of Delaney and into the six yard box. His attempted low pass is cleared behind for a corner, which Trippier comes across to take. from the right. It's headed away and then Rose fouls Cannon in the D. 4:34PM 34 mins Delaney has time on the ball, looks up and then hits a hopeless chipped pass into the left wing. Nobody is there. HENDERSON IS IN BEHIND THE DEFENCE! HE MUST SCORE! Oooooh lordy he's sliced the volley after a beautiful lifted pass puts him one on one with the goalkeeper, and from a narrow angle he's put the shot out for a throw-in. Huge chance. Winks is dictating play for Spurs from the middle and very nearly finds Llorente with a forward pass. He lays it off to Son but the defence closes the move down and clear their lines. 4:30PM 31 mins What. A. Pass. Son looks up and hits a 35 yard diagonal ball over towards Trippier's run, he meets it in the box and fires a low cross into the area. Nobody is there, Moura takes it on, tries to turn and then blasts over from 12 yards. Spurs starting to find space to shoot now. 4:28PM 29 mins Wanyama jumps to head the ball to Vorm but ends up giving away a corner. He's not quite on it today. Sissoko heads away at the six yard box, Winks shields the ball out for a goal kick. 4:26PM 26 mins Rochdale swing the ball in from wide right - Rafferty can cross a ball! - and the Spurs defence have to be strong and alert to deal with it. SON'S AWAY! Spurs are in here! Son sprints down the left channel, shoots on his left and the goalie saves. He passes the rebound inside to Llorente, who goes back and forth before shooting from 12 yards, with the goalkeeper closing him down. Wide. That should be 1-0. 4:23PM 23 mins Credit: AFP A long ball forward and Llorente heads the ball onto Son. He cuts onto his left foot and the defender loses his footing. Son shoots to the far corner... and it's blocked by some smart defending! The corner comes to nothing. This is a decent game! 4:21PM 21 mins Rochdale are having a little bit of a rest from the constant high press but it doesn't matter because Wanyama has passed the ball straight back to them. The goalkeeper goes long and Humphrys wins the header. 4:18PM 18 mins Rochdale are throwing bodies into waves of attack, Alderweireld slips again and has the ball trapped underneath his chest and between his arms. They want a penalty but are never getting it. Oooooohh that is a nasty Sunday League challenge. Horrible. Winks gets up straight away but the 'hard man' lunge on Winks in the middle of the pitch is disgusting and the referee gives the defender a talking to. 4:15PM 15 mins That's a cynical chop from Delaney, as he lunges at and then kicks Lucas Moura off the ball. At any level above League One that's an instant booking but the referee lets it go. The free-kick is curled in and headed by Alderweireld but loops to the goalie's hand. Lillis tries to take his drop kick quickly and Llorente jumps in his way - the ball cannons off him and lands wide of the empty net! That's a foul apparently. Hmmm. 4:13PM 13 mins Son wastes a promising move with a really poor touch, just as Spurs had worked the ball to him in the box. He knocks it long and is then muscled out of possession inside the six yard box. Rafferty curls an excellent early cross to the back post and Trippier has to be awake to cut it out. 4:12PM 12 mins There's a League One challenge if ever you'll see one. Rafferty comes absolutely flying in to a tackle on Danny Rose, going in hard on him as he tries to clear. Think English Sunday League aggression and that's where he's at. Letting them know he's there. That old chestnut. Credit: REUTERS 4:09PM 9 mins Rochdale have started well here but Spurs look suspiciously like they're enjoying themselves and it won't be long before they figure out a way to score. 4:06PM 6 mins Rochdale are pressing high, which is pretty hard to do and rather brave in a 3-5-2. They close down Alderweireld and win possession back near the Spurs box but an attempted switched pass goes out for a throw. The pitch gives way underneath Alderweireld as he tries to stop suddenly and he's extremely lucky that Rochdale don't pick his pocket and run through on goal. Moura is dribbling past Rochdale players like they're training dummies. 4:03PM 4 mins Early danger as Rochdale find space on the left after a flowing passing move and a low cross is cleared away by the Spurs defence. Lucas Moura picks the ball up and runs past two men before chipping to Son on the left. He controls and takes the ball past the defender but loses out before he can pull the trigger, thanks to the covering centre-back. 4:02PM 2 mins Trippier looks like he might have hurt myself, taking his time over a throw in. The Rochdale support are making plenty of noise and the players are moving the ball confidently early on. 4:01PM KICK OFF Here we go! 3:56PM Here come the players! The first game on a lovely new pitch between two teams who have never played each other. 3:54PM Mauricio Pochettino happy with the new pitch "I want to congratulate everyone involved with this hard job to change and improve the pitch. They are happy, we are so happy it is a pitch you can play football on. I think we are all happy but I need to recognise the people involved to improve, it's an amazing job. Congratulations. Football this afternoon is going to win." 3:47PM Keith Hill interview "We're not focused on that. My players are capable and on a one off occasion they can bring their A game, a game they've not produced enough over the course of their careers. We have to make it uncomfortable for them. "It has done but it can't be used as an excuse. I can't change the way the players think, the way we've trained them over the last five years, we're going to test ourselves against supreme opposition who do the things we do about 20/30 times better!" 3:44PM "Resting" big players Alan Shearer has added an experienced opinion on the nonsense of resting big players by putting them on the bench. "The travelling tires you, you've got to do the warm up, if you don't play you'll be doing running after anyway." 3:29PM Rochdale starting lineup Lillis, McGahey, McNulty, Delaney, Rafferty, Cannon, Camps, Kitching, Done, Humphrys, Henderson 3:24PM Still no sign of the Rochdale first XI Keith Hill is at it. Mind games. Psychological warfare! The match has begun before kick off. 3:13PM Beach party! Rochdale holding a kids’ beach party today because of their sandy pitch getting into the news �� pitch is relaid and looks OK today ���� pic.twitter.com/oVGhxYjJXc— Peter Staunton (@petermstaunton) February 18, 2018 3:08PM Spurs starting lineups #THFC: Vorm (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Rose, Wanyama, Winks, Sissoko, Lucas, Son, Llorente. #COYSpic.twitter.com/w80FBmOosc— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 18, 2018 2:53PM Players making their way to the stadium Credit: REUTERS Kyle Walker-Peters at Rochdale Credit: REUTERS I like that the van is also a security barrier. 2:16PM Hello! Good afternoon/early evening - whichever you'd like to call it. Welcome to our liveblog for a rather exciting FA Cup clash between a team stuck dead to the bottom of League One and one who just pulled off a heroic draw in Turin against the mighty Juventus. It's the magic of the cup! Since the Champions League and Premier League take precedent in this terrifying modern life, it's likely that Spurs will field most of their reserves in waiting, meaning Fernando Llorente, Harry Winks, Juan Foythe and a few others knocking on the door have the chance to push for a legit first team starting place. Can Spurs afford to take chances with the second string? Because... if they don't win a trophy then what has this all been about? Tedious trophy talk should not obscure Pochettino's brilliance at Tottenham Rochdale aren't without hope just because they're struggling in the league - this is the magical, mystical FA Cup we're talking about - but they are missing Niall Canavan and Keith Keane through injury and Scott Wiseman, Sam Hart, Mihai Dobre and Billy Knott can't play because they're cup tied.
Rochdale vs Tottenham, FA Cup fifth round: live score updates
5:02PM KICK OFF 2 We're back. Spurs start the second half - will they find a way back into this one? No changes from either manager. 5:00PM Henderson's finish for the goal Credit: REUTERS 4:58PM What'll happen next? Rochdale have been excellent. Early on there were some questionably aggressive challenges but that's worked and Spurs don't seem quite up for this one, everyone except Son and Lucas Moura guilty of taking too long on the ball and some poor touches. And actually, Son's ball control has let him down on several occasions. Pochettino doesn't seem to have learned anything from the Newport game and may have made too many changes. We'll see if that's the case in the second half - if they come out pumped, there's every chance they get one or two goals out of Rochdale, who might wobble if put under pressure. Rochdale can't go into defensive mode too early here - it's the high press and high energy game that's forced Spurs into that error for the goal. Plus, Rochdale can play! 4:49PM HALF TIME Spurs aren't at it! Rochdale have a (not really) shock lead and fully deserve it. 4:47PM GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAALLL! Rochdale goal What a goal! Spurs are caught out! Winks takes too long on the ball, is easily tackled and Rochdale have men over. Great movement splits the centre-backs, Wanyama isn't fast enough to get back, Rose is nowhere to be seen and Henderson holds his run to get on the end of a low pass into the area, finishing past Vorm into the bottom corner. Superb from Rochdale! 4:41PM 42 mins Credit: GETTY IMAGES Rochdale have played some really nice football here. They like passing out from the back and keeping things tidy in midfield. Son plays a one-two with Llorente on the edge of the area but is crowded out and the keeper smothers the loose ball. 4:38PM 39 mins Sissoko is getting a little shirty with some of the Rochdale players he wants to tackle and seems agitated. Llorente is fouled shortly after. 4:36PM 37 mins Lucas Moura knows he can go past anyone he wants and this time chooses to go around the outside of Delaney and into the six yard box. His attempted low pass is cleared behind for a corner, which Trippier comes across to take. from the right. It's headed away and then Rose fouls Cannon in the D. 4:34PM 34 mins Delaney has time on the ball, looks up and then hits a hopeless chipped pass into the left wing. Nobody is there. HENDERSON IS IN BEHIND THE DEFENCE! HE MUST SCORE! Oooooh lordy he's sliced the volley after a beautiful lifted pass puts him one on one with the goalkeeper, and from a narrow angle he's put the shot out for a throw-in. Huge chance. Winks is dictating play for Spurs from the middle and very nearly finds Llorente with a forward pass. He lays it off to Son but the defence closes the move down and clear their lines. 4:30PM 31 mins What. A. Pass. Son looks up and hits a 35 yard diagonal ball over towards Trippier's run, he meets it in the box and fires a low cross into the area. Nobody is there, Moura takes it on, tries to turn and then blasts over from 12 yards. Spurs starting to find space to shoot now. 4:28PM 29 mins Wanyama jumps to head the ball to Vorm but ends up giving away a corner. He's not quite on it today. Sissoko heads away at the six yard box, Winks shields the ball out for a goal kick. 4:26PM 26 mins Rochdale swing the ball in from wide right - Rafferty can cross a ball! - and the Spurs defence have to be strong and alert to deal with it. SON'S AWAY! Spurs are in here! Son sprints down the left channel, shoots on his left and the goalie saves. He passes the rebound inside to Llorente, who goes back and forth before shooting from 12 yards, with the goalkeeper closing him down. Wide. That should be 1-0. 4:23PM 23 mins Credit: AFP A long ball forward and Llorente heads the ball onto Son. He cuts onto his left foot and the defender loses his footing. Son shoots to the far corner... and it's blocked by some smart defending! The corner comes to nothing. This is a decent game! 4:21PM 21 mins Rochdale are having a little bit of a rest from the constant high press but it doesn't matter because Wanyama has passed the ball straight back to them. The goalkeeper goes long and Humphrys wins the header. 4:18PM 18 mins Rochdale are throwing bodies into waves of attack, Alderweireld slips again and has the ball trapped underneath his chest and between his arms. They want a penalty but are never getting it. Oooooohh that is a nasty Sunday League challenge. Horrible. Winks gets up straight away but the 'hard man' lunge on Winks in the middle of the pitch is disgusting and the referee gives the defender a talking to. 4:15PM 15 mins That's a cynical chop from Delaney, as he lunges at and then kicks Lucas Moura off the ball. At any level above League One that's an instant booking but the referee lets it go. The free-kick is curled in and headed by Alderweireld but loops to the goalie's hand. Lillis tries to take his drop kick quickly and Llorente jumps in his way - the ball cannons off him and lands wide of the empty net! That's a foul apparently. Hmmm. 4:13PM 13 mins Son wastes a promising move with a really poor touch, just as Spurs had worked the ball to him in the box. He knocks it long and is then muscled out of possession inside the six yard box. Rafferty curls an excellent early cross to the back post and Trippier has to be awake to cut it out. 4:12PM 12 mins There's a League One challenge if ever you'll see one. Rafferty comes absolutely flying in to a tackle on Danny Rose, going in hard on him as he tries to clear. Think English Sunday League aggression and that's where he's at. Letting them know he's there. That old chestnut. Credit: REUTERS 4:09PM 9 mins Rochdale have started well here but Spurs look suspiciously like they're enjoying themselves and it won't be long before they figure out a way to score. 4:06PM 6 mins Rochdale are pressing high, which is pretty hard to do and rather brave in a 3-5-2. They close down Alderweireld and win possession back near the Spurs box but an attempted switched pass goes out for a throw. The pitch gives way underneath Alderweireld as he tries to stop suddenly and he's extremely lucky that Rochdale don't pick his pocket and run through on goal. Moura is dribbling past Rochdale players like they're training dummies. 4:03PM 4 mins Early danger as Rochdale find space on the left after a flowing passing move and a low cross is cleared away by the Spurs defence. Lucas Moura picks the ball up and runs past two men before chipping to Son on the left. He controls and takes the ball past the defender but loses out before he can pull the trigger, thanks to the covering centre-back. 4:02PM 2 mins Trippier looks like he might have hurt myself, taking his time over a throw in. The Rochdale support are making plenty of noise and the players are moving the ball confidently early on. 4:01PM KICK OFF Here we go! 3:56PM Here come the players! The first game on a lovely new pitch between two teams who have never played each other. 3:54PM Mauricio Pochettino happy with the new pitch "I want to congratulate everyone involved with this hard job to change and improve the pitch. They are happy, we are so happy it is a pitch you can play football on. I think we are all happy but I need to recognise the people involved to improve, it's an amazing job. Congratulations. Football this afternoon is going to win." 3:47PM Keith Hill interview "We're not focused on that. My players are capable and on a one off occasion they can bring their A game, a game they've not produced enough over the course of their careers. We have to make it uncomfortable for them. "It has done but it can't be used as an excuse. I can't change the way the players think, the way we've trained them over the last five years, we're going to test ourselves against supreme opposition who do the things we do about 20/30 times better!" 3:44PM "Resting" big players Alan Shearer has added an experienced opinion on the nonsense of resting big players by putting them on the bench. "The travelling tires you, you've got to do the warm up, if you don't play you'll be doing running after anyway." 3:29PM Rochdale starting lineup Lillis, McGahey, McNulty, Delaney, Rafferty, Cannon, Camps, Kitching, Done, Humphrys, Henderson 3:24PM Still no sign of the Rochdale first XI Keith Hill is at it. Mind games. Psychological warfare! The match has begun before kick off. 3:13PM Beach party! Rochdale holding a kids’ beach party today because of their sandy pitch getting into the news �� pitch is relaid and looks OK today ���� pic.twitter.com/oVGhxYjJXc— Peter Staunton (@petermstaunton) February 18, 2018 3:08PM Spurs starting lineups #THFC: Vorm (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Rose, Wanyama, Winks, Sissoko, Lucas, Son, Llorente. #COYSpic.twitter.com/w80FBmOosc— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 18, 2018 2:53PM Players making their way to the stadium Credit: REUTERS Kyle Walker-Peters at Rochdale Credit: REUTERS I like that the van is also a security barrier. 2:16PM Hello! Good afternoon/early evening - whichever you'd like to call it. Welcome to our liveblog for a rather exciting FA Cup clash between a team stuck dead to the bottom of League One and one who just pulled off a heroic draw in Turin against the mighty Juventus. It's the magic of the cup! Since the Champions League and Premier League take precedent in this terrifying modern life, it's likely that Spurs will field most of their reserves in waiting, meaning Fernando Llorente, Harry Winks, Juan Foythe and a few others knocking on the door have the chance to push for a legit first team starting place. Can Spurs afford to take chances with the second string? Because... if they don't win a trophy then what has this all been about? Tedious trophy talk should not obscure Pochettino's brilliance at Tottenham Rochdale aren't without hope just because they're struggling in the league - this is the magical, mystical FA Cup we're talking about - but they are missing Niall Canavan and Keith Keane through injury and Scott Wiseman, Sam Hart, Mihai Dobre and Billy Knott can't play because they're cup tied.
 5:02PM KICK OFF 2 We're back. Spurs start the second half - will they find a way back into this one? No changes from either manager. 5:00PM Henderson's finish for the goal Credit: REUTERS 4:58PM What'll happen next? Rochdale have been excellent. Early on there were some questionably aggressive challenges but that's worked and Spurs don't seem quite up for this one, everyone except Son and Lucas Moura guilty of taking too long on the ball and some poor touches. And actually, Son's ball control has let him down on several occasions. Pochettino doesn't seem to have learned anything from the Newport game and may have made too many changes. We'll see if that's the case in the second half - if they come out pumped, there's every chance they get one or two goals out of Rochdale, who might wobble if put under pressure. Rochdale can't go into defensive mode too early here - it's the high press and high energy game that's forced Spurs into that error for the goal. Plus, Rochdale can play! 4:49PM HALF TIME Spurs aren't at it! Rochdale have a (not really) shock lead and fully deserve it. 4:47PM GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAALLL! Rochdale goal What a goal! Spurs are caught out! Winks takes too long on the ball, is easily tackled and Rochdale have men over. Great movement splits the centre-backs, Wanyama isn't fast enough to get back, Rose is nowhere to be seen and Henderson holds his run to get on the end of a low pass into the area, finishing past Vorm into the bottom corner. Superb from Rochdale! 4:41PM 42 mins Credit: GETTY IMAGES Rochdale have played some really nice football here. They like passing out from the back and keeping things tidy in midfield. Son plays a one-two with Llorente on the edge of the area but is crowded out and the keeper smothers the loose ball. 4:38PM 39 mins Sissoko is getting a little shirty with some of the Rochdale players he wants to tackle and seems agitated. Llorente is fouled shortly after. 4:36PM 37 mins Lucas Moura knows he can go past anyone he wants and this time chooses to go around the outside of Delaney and into the six yard box. His attempted low pass is cleared behind for a corner, which Trippier comes across to take. from the right. It's headed away and then Rose fouls Cannon in the D. 4:34PM 34 mins Delaney has time on the ball, looks up and then hits a hopeless chipped pass into the left wing. Nobody is there. HENDERSON IS IN BEHIND THE DEFENCE! HE MUST SCORE! Oooooh lordy he's sliced the volley after a beautiful lifted pass puts him one on one with the goalkeeper, and from a narrow angle he's put the shot out for a throw-in. Huge chance. Winks is dictating play for Spurs from the middle and very nearly finds Llorente with a forward pass. He lays it off to Son but the defence closes the move down and clear their lines. 4:30PM 31 mins What. A. Pass. Son looks up and hits a 35 yard diagonal ball over towards Trippier's run, he meets it in the box and fires a low cross into the area. Nobody is there, Moura takes it on, tries to turn and then blasts over from 12 yards. Spurs starting to find space to shoot now. 4:28PM 29 mins Wanyama jumps to head the ball to Vorm but ends up giving away a corner. He's not quite on it today. Sissoko heads away at the six yard box, Winks shields the ball out for a goal kick. 4:26PM 26 mins Rochdale swing the ball in from wide right - Rafferty can cross a ball! - and the Spurs defence have to be strong and alert to deal with it. SON'S AWAY! Spurs are in here! Son sprints down the left channel, shoots on his left and the goalie saves. He passes the rebound inside to Llorente, who goes back and forth before shooting from 12 yards, with the goalkeeper closing him down. Wide. That should be 1-0. 4:23PM 23 mins Credit: AFP A long ball forward and Llorente heads the ball onto Son. He cuts onto his left foot and the defender loses his footing. Son shoots to the far corner... and it's blocked by some smart defending! The corner comes to nothing. This is a decent game! 4:21PM 21 mins Rochdale are having a little bit of a rest from the constant high press but it doesn't matter because Wanyama has passed the ball straight back to them. The goalkeeper goes long and Humphrys wins the header. 4:18PM 18 mins Rochdale are throwing bodies into waves of attack, Alderweireld slips again and has the ball trapped underneath his chest and between his arms. They want a penalty but are never getting it. Oooooohh that is a nasty Sunday League challenge. Horrible. Winks gets up straight away but the 'hard man' lunge on Winks in the middle of the pitch is disgusting and the referee gives the defender a talking to. 4:15PM 15 mins That's a cynical chop from Delaney, as he lunges at and then kicks Lucas Moura off the ball. At any level above League One that's an instant booking but the referee lets it go. The free-kick is curled in and headed by Alderweireld but loops to the goalie's hand. Lillis tries to take his drop kick quickly and Llorente jumps in his way - the ball cannons off him and lands wide of the empty net! That's a foul apparently. Hmmm. 4:13PM 13 mins Son wastes a promising move with a really poor touch, just as Spurs had worked the ball to him in the box. He knocks it long and is then muscled out of possession inside the six yard box. Rafferty curls an excellent early cross to the back post and Trippier has to be awake to cut it out. 4:12PM 12 mins There's a League One challenge if ever you'll see one. Rafferty comes absolutely flying in to a tackle on Danny Rose, going in hard on him as he tries to clear. Think English Sunday League aggression and that's where he's at. Letting them know he's there. That old chestnut. Credit: REUTERS 4:09PM 9 mins Rochdale have started well here but Spurs look suspiciously like they're enjoying themselves and it won't be long before they figure out a way to score. 4:06PM 6 mins Rochdale are pressing high, which is pretty hard to do and rather brave in a 3-5-2. They close down Alderweireld and win possession back near the Spurs box but an attempted switched pass goes out for a throw. The pitch gives way underneath Alderweireld as he tries to stop suddenly and he's extremely lucky that Rochdale don't pick his pocket and run through on goal. Moura is dribbling past Rochdale players like they're training dummies. 4:03PM 4 mins Early danger as Rochdale find space on the left after a flowing passing move and a low cross is cleared away by the Spurs defence. Lucas Moura picks the ball up and runs past two men before chipping to Son on the left. He controls and takes the ball past the defender but loses out before he can pull the trigger, thanks to the covering centre-back. 4:02PM 2 mins Trippier looks like he might have hurt myself, taking his time over a throw in. The Rochdale support are making plenty of noise and the players are moving the ball confidently early on. 4:01PM KICK OFF Here we go! 3:56PM Here come the players! The first game on a lovely new pitch between two teams who have never played each other. 3:54PM Mauricio Pochettino happy with the new pitch "I want to congratulate everyone involved with this hard job to change and improve the pitch. They are happy, we are so happy it is a pitch you can play football on. I think we are all happy but I need to recognise the people involved to improve, it's an amazing job. Congratulations. Football this afternoon is going to win." 3:47PM Keith Hill interview "We're not focused on that. My players are capable and on a one off occasion they can bring their A game, a game they've not produced enough over the course of their careers. We have to make it uncomfortable for them. "It has done but it can't be used as an excuse. I can't change the way the players think, the way we've trained them over the last five years, we're going to test ourselves against supreme opposition who do the things we do about 20/30 times better!" 3:44PM "Resting" big players Alan Shearer has added an experienced opinion on the nonsense of resting big players by putting them on the bench. "The travelling tires you, you've got to do the warm up, if you don't play you'll be doing running after anyway." 3:29PM Rochdale starting lineup Lillis, McGahey, McNulty, Delaney, Rafferty, Cannon, Camps, Kitching, Done, Humphrys, Henderson 3:24PM Still no sign of the Rochdale first XI Keith Hill is at it. Mind games. Psychological warfare! The match has begun before kick off. 3:13PM Beach party! Rochdale holding a kids’ beach party today because of their sandy pitch getting into the news �� pitch is relaid and looks OK today ���� pic.twitter.com/oVGhxYjJXc— Peter Staunton (@petermstaunton) February 18, 2018 3:08PM Spurs starting lineups #THFC: Vorm (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Rose, Wanyama, Winks, Sissoko, Lucas, Son, Llorente. #COYSpic.twitter.com/w80FBmOosc— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 18, 2018 2:53PM Players making their way to the stadium Credit: REUTERS Kyle Walker-Peters at Rochdale Credit: REUTERS I like that the van is also a security barrier. 2:16PM Hello! Good afternoon/early evening - whichever you'd like to call it. Welcome to our liveblog for a rather exciting FA Cup clash between a team stuck dead to the bottom of League One and one who just pulled off a heroic draw in Turin against the mighty Juventus. It's the magic of the cup! Since the Champions League and Premier League take precedent in this terrifying modern life, it's likely that Spurs will field most of their reserves in waiting, meaning Fernando Llorente, Harry Winks, Juan Foythe and a few others knocking on the door have the chance to push for a legit first team starting place. Can Spurs afford to take chances with the second string? Because... if they don't win a trophy then what has this all been about? Tedious trophy talk should not obscure Pochettino's brilliance at Tottenham Rochdale aren't without hope just because they're struggling in the league - this is the magical, mystical FA Cup we're talking about - but they are missing Niall Canavan and Keith Keane through injury and Scott Wiseman, Sam Hart, Mihai Dobre and Billy Knott can't play because they're cup tied.
Rochdale vs Tottenham, FA Cup fifth round: live score updates
5:02PM KICK OFF 2 We're back. Spurs start the second half - will they find a way back into this one? No changes from either manager. 5:00PM Henderson's finish for the goal Credit: REUTERS 4:58PM What'll happen next? Rochdale have been excellent. Early on there were some questionably aggressive challenges but that's worked and Spurs don't seem quite up for this one, everyone except Son and Lucas Moura guilty of taking too long on the ball and some poor touches. And actually, Son's ball control has let him down on several occasions. Pochettino doesn't seem to have learned anything from the Newport game and may have made too many changes. We'll see if that's the case in the second half - if they come out pumped, there's every chance they get one or two goals out of Rochdale, who might wobble if put under pressure. Rochdale can't go into defensive mode too early here - it's the high press and high energy game that's forced Spurs into that error for the goal. Plus, Rochdale can play! 4:49PM HALF TIME Spurs aren't at it! Rochdale have a (not really) shock lead and fully deserve it. 4:47PM GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAALLL! Rochdale goal What a goal! Spurs are caught out! Winks takes too long on the ball, is easily tackled and Rochdale have men over. Great movement splits the centre-backs, Wanyama isn't fast enough to get back, Rose is nowhere to be seen and Henderson holds his run to get on the end of a low pass into the area, finishing past Vorm into the bottom corner. Superb from Rochdale! 4:41PM 42 mins Credit: GETTY IMAGES Rochdale have played some really nice football here. They like passing out from the back and keeping things tidy in midfield. Son plays a one-two with Llorente on the edge of the area but is crowded out and the keeper smothers the loose ball. 4:38PM 39 mins Sissoko is getting a little shirty with some of the Rochdale players he wants to tackle and seems agitated. Llorente is fouled shortly after. 4:36PM 37 mins Lucas Moura knows he can go past anyone he wants and this time chooses to go around the outside of Delaney and into the six yard box. His attempted low pass is cleared behind for a corner, which Trippier comes across to take. from the right. It's headed away and then Rose fouls Cannon in the D. 4:34PM 34 mins Delaney has time on the ball, looks up and then hits a hopeless chipped pass into the left wing. Nobody is there. HENDERSON IS IN BEHIND THE DEFENCE! HE MUST SCORE! Oooooh lordy he's sliced the volley after a beautiful lifted pass puts him one on one with the goalkeeper, and from a narrow angle he's put the shot out for a throw-in. Huge chance. Winks is dictating play for Spurs from the middle and very nearly finds Llorente with a forward pass. He lays it off to Son but the defence closes the move down and clear their lines. 4:30PM 31 mins What. A. Pass. Son looks up and hits a 35 yard diagonal ball over towards Trippier's run, he meets it in the box and fires a low cross into the area. Nobody is there, Moura takes it on, tries to turn and then blasts over from 12 yards. Spurs starting to find space to shoot now. 4:28PM 29 mins Wanyama jumps to head the ball to Vorm but ends up giving away a corner. He's not quite on it today. Sissoko heads away at the six yard box, Winks shields the ball out for a goal kick. 4:26PM 26 mins Rochdale swing the ball in from wide right - Rafferty can cross a ball! - and the Spurs defence have to be strong and alert to deal with it. SON'S AWAY! Spurs are in here! Son sprints down the left channel, shoots on his left and the goalie saves. He passes the rebound inside to Llorente, who goes back and forth before shooting from 12 yards, with the goalkeeper closing him down. Wide. That should be 1-0. 4:23PM 23 mins Credit: AFP A long ball forward and Llorente heads the ball onto Son. He cuts onto his left foot and the defender loses his footing. Son shoots to the far corner... and it's blocked by some smart defending! The corner comes to nothing. This is a decent game! 4:21PM 21 mins Rochdale are having a little bit of a rest from the constant high press but it doesn't matter because Wanyama has passed the ball straight back to them. The goalkeeper goes long and Humphrys wins the header. 4:18PM 18 mins Rochdale are throwing bodies into waves of attack, Alderweireld slips again and has the ball trapped underneath his chest and between his arms. They want a penalty but are never getting it. Oooooohh that is a nasty Sunday League challenge. Horrible. Winks gets up straight away but the 'hard man' lunge on Winks in the middle of the pitch is disgusting and the referee gives the defender a talking to. 4:15PM 15 mins That's a cynical chop from Delaney, as he lunges at and then kicks Lucas Moura off the ball. At any level above League One that's an instant booking but the referee lets it go. The free-kick is curled in and headed by Alderweireld but loops to the goalie's hand. Lillis tries to take his drop kick quickly and Llorente jumps in his way - the ball cannons off him and lands wide of the empty net! That's a foul apparently. Hmmm. 4:13PM 13 mins Son wastes a promising move with a really poor touch, just as Spurs had worked the ball to him in the box. He knocks it long and is then muscled out of possession inside the six yard box. Rafferty curls an excellent early cross to the back post and Trippier has to be awake to cut it out. 4:12PM 12 mins There's a League One challenge if ever you'll see one. Rafferty comes absolutely flying in to a tackle on Danny Rose, going in hard on him as he tries to clear. Think English Sunday League aggression and that's where he's at. Letting them know he's there. That old chestnut. Credit: REUTERS 4:09PM 9 mins Rochdale have started well here but Spurs look suspiciously like they're enjoying themselves and it won't be long before they figure out a way to score. 4:06PM 6 mins Rochdale are pressing high, which is pretty hard to do and rather brave in a 3-5-2. They close down Alderweireld and win possession back near the Spurs box but an attempted switched pass goes out for a throw. The pitch gives way underneath Alderweireld as he tries to stop suddenly and he's extremely lucky that Rochdale don't pick his pocket and run through on goal. Moura is dribbling past Rochdale players like they're training dummies. 4:03PM 4 mins Early danger as Rochdale find space on the left after a flowing passing move and a low cross is cleared away by the Spurs defence. Lucas Moura picks the ball up and runs past two men before chipping to Son on the left. He controls and takes the ball past the defender but loses out before he can pull the trigger, thanks to the covering centre-back. 4:02PM 2 mins Trippier looks like he might have hurt myself, taking his time over a throw in. The Rochdale support are making plenty of noise and the players are moving the ball confidently early on. 4:01PM KICK OFF Here we go! 3:56PM Here come the players! The first game on a lovely new pitch between two teams who have never played each other. 3:54PM Mauricio Pochettino happy with the new pitch "I want to congratulate everyone involved with this hard job to change and improve the pitch. They are happy, we are so happy it is a pitch you can play football on. I think we are all happy but I need to recognise the people involved to improve, it's an amazing job. Congratulations. Football this afternoon is going to win." 3:47PM Keith Hill interview "We're not focused on that. My players are capable and on a one off occasion they can bring their A game, a game they've not produced enough over the course of their careers. We have to make it uncomfortable for them. "It has done but it can't be used as an excuse. I can't change the way the players think, the way we've trained them over the last five years, we're going to test ourselves against supreme opposition who do the things we do about 20/30 times better!" 3:44PM "Resting" big players Alan Shearer has added an experienced opinion on the nonsense of resting big players by putting them on the bench. "The travelling tires you, you've got to do the warm up, if you don't play you'll be doing running after anyway." 3:29PM Rochdale starting lineup Lillis, McGahey, McNulty, Delaney, Rafferty, Cannon, Camps, Kitching, Done, Humphrys, Henderson 3:24PM Still no sign of the Rochdale first XI Keith Hill is at it. Mind games. Psychological warfare! The match has begun before kick off. 3:13PM Beach party! Rochdale holding a kids’ beach party today because of their sandy pitch getting into the news �� pitch is relaid and looks OK today ���� pic.twitter.com/oVGhxYjJXc— Peter Staunton (@petermstaunton) February 18, 2018 3:08PM Spurs starting lineups #THFC: Vorm (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Rose, Wanyama, Winks, Sissoko, Lucas, Son, Llorente. #COYSpic.twitter.com/w80FBmOosc— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 18, 2018 2:53PM Players making their way to the stadium Credit: REUTERS Kyle Walker-Peters at Rochdale Credit: REUTERS I like that the van is also a security barrier. 2:16PM Hello! Good afternoon/early evening - whichever you'd like to call it. Welcome to our liveblog for a rather exciting FA Cup clash between a team stuck dead to the bottom of League One and one who just pulled off a heroic draw in Turin against the mighty Juventus. It's the magic of the cup! Since the Champions League and Premier League take precedent in this terrifying modern life, it's likely that Spurs will field most of their reserves in waiting, meaning Fernando Llorente, Harry Winks, Juan Foythe and a few others knocking on the door have the chance to push for a legit first team starting place. Can Spurs afford to take chances with the second string? Because... if they don't win a trophy then what has this all been about? Tedious trophy talk should not obscure Pochettino's brilliance at Tottenham Rochdale aren't without hope just because they're struggling in the league - this is the magical, mystical FA Cup we're talking about - but they are missing Niall Canavan and Keith Keane through injury and Scott Wiseman, Sam Hart, Mihai Dobre and Billy Knott can't play because they're cup tied.
 5:02PM KICK OFF 2 We're back. Spurs start the second half - will they find a way back into this one? No changes from either manager. 5:00PM Henderson's finish for the goal Credit: REUTERS 4:58PM What'll happen next? Rochdale have been excellent. Early on there were some questionably aggressive challenges but that's worked and Spurs don't seem quite up for this one, everyone except Son and Lucas Moura guilty of taking too long on the ball and some poor touches. And actually, Son's ball control has let him down on several occasions. Pochettino doesn't seem to have learned anything from the Newport game and may have made too many changes. We'll see if that's the case in the second half - if they come out pumped, there's every chance they get one or two goals out of Rochdale, who might wobble if put under pressure. Rochdale can't go into defensive mode too early here - it's the high press and high energy game that's forced Spurs into that error for the goal. Plus, Rochdale can play! 4:49PM HALF TIME Spurs aren't at it! Rochdale have a (not really) shock lead and fully deserve it. 4:47PM GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAALLL! Rochdale goal What a goal! Spurs are caught out! Winks takes too long on the ball, is easily tackled and Rochdale have men over. Great movement splits the centre-backs, Wanyama isn't fast enough to get back, Rose is nowhere to be seen and Henderson holds his run to get on the end of a low pass into the area, finishing past Vorm into the bottom corner. Superb from Rochdale! 4:41PM 42 mins Credit: GETTY IMAGES Rochdale have played some really nice football here. They like passing out from the back and keeping things tidy in midfield. Son plays a one-two with Llorente on the edge of the area but is crowded out and the keeper smothers the loose ball. 4:38PM 39 mins Sissoko is getting a little shirty with some of the Rochdale players he wants to tackle and seems agitated. Llorente is fouled shortly after. 4:36PM 37 mins Lucas Moura knows he can go past anyone he wants and this time chooses to go around the outside of Delaney and into the six yard box. His attempted low pass is cleared behind for a corner, which Trippier comes across to take. from the right. It's headed away and then Rose fouls Cannon in the D. 4:34PM 34 mins Delaney has time on the ball, looks up and then hits a hopeless chipped pass into the left wing. Nobody is there. HENDERSON IS IN BEHIND THE DEFENCE! HE MUST SCORE! Oooooh lordy he's sliced the volley after a beautiful lifted pass puts him one on one with the goalkeeper, and from a narrow angle he's put the shot out for a throw-in. Huge chance. Winks is dictating play for Spurs from the middle and very nearly finds Llorente with a forward pass. He lays it off to Son but the defence closes the move down and clear their lines. 4:30PM 31 mins What. A. Pass. Son looks up and hits a 35 yard diagonal ball over towards Trippier's run, he meets it in the box and fires a low cross into the area. Nobody is there, Moura takes it on, tries to turn and then blasts over from 12 yards. Spurs starting to find space to shoot now. 4:28PM 29 mins Wanyama jumps to head the ball to Vorm but ends up giving away a corner. He's not quite on it today. Sissoko heads away at the six yard box, Winks shields the ball out for a goal kick. 4:26PM 26 mins Rochdale swing the ball in from wide right - Rafferty can cross a ball! - and the Spurs defence have to be strong and alert to deal with it. SON'S AWAY! Spurs are in here! Son sprints down the left channel, shoots on his left and the goalie saves. He passes the rebound inside to Llorente, who goes back and forth before shooting from 12 yards, with the goalkeeper closing him down. Wide. That should be 1-0. 4:23PM 23 mins Credit: AFP A long ball forward and Llorente heads the ball onto Son. He cuts onto his left foot and the defender loses his footing. Son shoots to the far corner... and it's blocked by some smart defending! The corner comes to nothing. This is a decent game! 4:21PM 21 mins Rochdale are having a little bit of a rest from the constant high press but it doesn't matter because Wanyama has passed the ball straight back to them. The goalkeeper goes long and Humphrys wins the header. 4:18PM 18 mins Rochdale are throwing bodies into waves of attack, Alderweireld slips again and has the ball trapped underneath his chest and between his arms. They want a penalty but are never getting it. Oooooohh that is a nasty Sunday League challenge. Horrible. Winks gets up straight away but the 'hard man' lunge on Winks in the middle of the pitch is disgusting and the referee gives the defender a talking to. 4:15PM 15 mins That's a cynical chop from Delaney, as he lunges at and then kicks Lucas Moura off the ball. At any level above League One that's an instant booking but the referee lets it go. The free-kick is curled in and headed by Alderweireld but loops to the goalie's hand. Lillis tries to take his drop kick quickly and Llorente jumps in his way - the ball cannons off him and lands wide of the empty net! That's a foul apparently. Hmmm. 4:13PM 13 mins Son wastes a promising move with a really poor touch, just as Spurs had worked the ball to him in the box. He knocks it long and is then muscled out of possession inside the six yard box. Rafferty curls an excellent early cross to the back post and Trippier has to be awake to cut it out. 4:12PM 12 mins There's a League One challenge if ever you'll see one. Rafferty comes absolutely flying in to a tackle on Danny Rose, going in hard on him as he tries to clear. Think English Sunday League aggression and that's where he's at. Letting them know he's there. That old chestnut. Credit: REUTERS 4:09PM 9 mins Rochdale have started well here but Spurs look suspiciously like they're enjoying themselves and it won't be long before they figure out a way to score. 4:06PM 6 mins Rochdale are pressing high, which is pretty hard to do and rather brave in a 3-5-2. They close down Alderweireld and win possession back near the Spurs box but an attempted switched pass goes out for a throw. The pitch gives way underneath Alderweireld as he tries to stop suddenly and he's extremely lucky that Rochdale don't pick his pocket and run through on goal. Moura is dribbling past Rochdale players like they're training dummies. 4:03PM 4 mins Early danger as Rochdale find space on the left after a flowing passing move and a low cross is cleared away by the Spurs defence. Lucas Moura picks the ball up and runs past two men before chipping to Son on the left. He controls and takes the ball past the defender but loses out before he can pull the trigger, thanks to the covering centre-back. 4:02PM 2 mins Trippier looks like he might have hurt myself, taking his time over a throw in. The Rochdale support are making plenty of noise and the players are moving the ball confidently early on. 4:01PM KICK OFF Here we go! 3:56PM Here come the players! The first game on a lovely new pitch between two teams who have never played each other. 3:54PM Mauricio Pochettino happy with the new pitch "I want to congratulate everyone involved with this hard job to change and improve the pitch. They are happy, we are so happy it is a pitch you can play football on. I think we are all happy but I need to recognise the people involved to improve, it's an amazing job. Congratulations. Football this afternoon is going to win." 3:47PM Keith Hill interview "We're not focused on that. My players are capable and on a one off occasion they can bring their A game, a game they've not produced enough over the course of their careers. We have to make it uncomfortable for them. "It has done but it can't be used as an excuse. I can't change the way the players think, the way we've trained them over the last five years, we're going to test ourselves against supreme opposition who do the things we do about 20/30 times better!" 3:44PM "Resting" big players Alan Shearer has added an experienced opinion on the nonsense of resting big players by putting them on the bench. "The travelling tires you, you've got to do the warm up, if you don't play you'll be doing running after anyway." 3:29PM Rochdale starting lineup Lillis, McGahey, McNulty, Delaney, Rafferty, Cannon, Camps, Kitching, Done, Humphrys, Henderson 3:24PM Still no sign of the Rochdale first XI Keith Hill is at it. Mind games. Psychological warfare! The match has begun before kick off. 3:13PM Beach party! Rochdale holding a kids’ beach party today because of their sandy pitch getting into the news �� pitch is relaid and looks OK today ���� pic.twitter.com/oVGhxYjJXc— Peter Staunton (@petermstaunton) February 18, 2018 3:08PM Spurs starting lineups #THFC: Vorm (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Rose, Wanyama, Winks, Sissoko, Lucas, Son, Llorente. #COYSpic.twitter.com/w80FBmOosc— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 18, 2018 2:53PM Players making their way to the stadium Credit: REUTERS Kyle Walker-Peters at Rochdale Credit: REUTERS I like that the van is also a security barrier. 2:16PM Hello! Good afternoon/early evening - whichever you'd like to call it. Welcome to our liveblog for a rather exciting FA Cup clash between a team stuck dead to the bottom of League One and one who just pulled off a heroic draw in Turin against the mighty Juventus. It's the magic of the cup! Since the Champions League and Premier League take precedent in this terrifying modern life, it's likely that Spurs will field most of their reserves in waiting, meaning Fernando Llorente, Harry Winks, Juan Foythe and a few others knocking on the door have the chance to push for a legit first team starting place. Can Spurs afford to take chances with the second string? Because... if they don't win a trophy then what has this all been about? Tedious trophy talk should not obscure Pochettino's brilliance at Tottenham Rochdale aren't without hope just because they're struggling in the league - this is the magical, mystical FA Cup we're talking about - but they are missing Niall Canavan and Keith Keane through injury and Scott Wiseman, Sam Hart, Mihai Dobre and Billy Knott can't play because they're cup tied.
Rochdale vs Tottenham, FA Cup fifth round: live score updates
5:02PM KICK OFF 2 We're back. Spurs start the second half - will they find a way back into this one? No changes from either manager. 5:00PM Henderson's finish for the goal Credit: REUTERS 4:58PM What'll happen next? Rochdale have been excellent. Early on there were some questionably aggressive challenges but that's worked and Spurs don't seem quite up for this one, everyone except Son and Lucas Moura guilty of taking too long on the ball and some poor touches. And actually, Son's ball control has let him down on several occasions. Pochettino doesn't seem to have learned anything from the Newport game and may have made too many changes. We'll see if that's the case in the second half - if they come out pumped, there's every chance they get one or two goals out of Rochdale, who might wobble if put under pressure. Rochdale can't go into defensive mode too early here - it's the high press and high energy game that's forced Spurs into that error for the goal. Plus, Rochdale can play! 4:49PM HALF TIME Spurs aren't at it! Rochdale have a (not really) shock lead and fully deserve it. 4:47PM GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAALLL! Rochdale goal What a goal! Spurs are caught out! Winks takes too long on the ball, is easily tackled and Rochdale have men over. Great movement splits the centre-backs, Wanyama isn't fast enough to get back, Rose is nowhere to be seen and Henderson holds his run to get on the end of a low pass into the area, finishing past Vorm into the bottom corner. Superb from Rochdale! 4:41PM 42 mins Credit: GETTY IMAGES Rochdale have played some really nice football here. They like passing out from the back and keeping things tidy in midfield. Son plays a one-two with Llorente on the edge of the area but is crowded out and the keeper smothers the loose ball. 4:38PM 39 mins Sissoko is getting a little shirty with some of the Rochdale players he wants to tackle and seems agitated. Llorente is fouled shortly after. 4:36PM 37 mins Lucas Moura knows he can go past anyone he wants and this time chooses to go around the outside of Delaney and into the six yard box. His attempted low pass is cleared behind for a corner, which Trippier comes across to take. from the right. It's headed away and then Rose fouls Cannon in the D. 4:34PM 34 mins Delaney has time on the ball, looks up and then hits a hopeless chipped pass into the left wing. Nobody is there. HENDERSON IS IN BEHIND THE DEFENCE! HE MUST SCORE! Oooooh lordy he's sliced the volley after a beautiful lifted pass puts him one on one with the goalkeeper, and from a narrow angle he's put the shot out for a throw-in. Huge chance. Winks is dictating play for Spurs from the middle and very nearly finds Llorente with a forward pass. He lays it off to Son but the defence closes the move down and clear their lines. 4:30PM 31 mins What. A. Pass. Son looks up and hits a 35 yard diagonal ball over towards Trippier's run, he meets it in the box and fires a low cross into the area. Nobody is there, Moura takes it on, tries to turn and then blasts over from 12 yards. Spurs starting to find space to shoot now. 4:28PM 29 mins Wanyama jumps to head the ball to Vorm but ends up giving away a corner. He's not quite on it today. Sissoko heads away at the six yard box, Winks shields the ball out for a goal kick. 4:26PM 26 mins Rochdale swing the ball in from wide right - Rafferty can cross a ball! - and the Spurs defence have to be strong and alert to deal with it. SON'S AWAY! Spurs are in here! Son sprints down the left channel, shoots on his left and the goalie saves. He passes the rebound inside to Llorente, who goes back and forth before shooting from 12 yards, with the goalkeeper closing him down. Wide. That should be 1-0. 4:23PM 23 mins Credit: AFP A long ball forward and Llorente heads the ball onto Son. He cuts onto his left foot and the defender loses his footing. Son shoots to the far corner... and it's blocked by some smart defending! The corner comes to nothing. This is a decent game! 4:21PM 21 mins Rochdale are having a little bit of a rest from the constant high press but it doesn't matter because Wanyama has passed the ball straight back to them. The goalkeeper goes long and Humphrys wins the header. 4:18PM 18 mins Rochdale are throwing bodies into waves of attack, Alderweireld slips again and has the ball trapped underneath his chest and between his arms. They want a penalty but are never getting it. Oooooohh that is a nasty Sunday League challenge. Horrible. Winks gets up straight away but the 'hard man' lunge on Winks in the middle of the pitch is disgusting and the referee gives the defender a talking to. 4:15PM 15 mins That's a cynical chop from Delaney, as he lunges at and then kicks Lucas Moura off the ball. At any level above League One that's an instant booking but the referee lets it go. The free-kick is curled in and headed by Alderweireld but loops to the goalie's hand. Lillis tries to take his drop kick quickly and Llorente jumps in his way - the ball cannons off him and lands wide of the empty net! That's a foul apparently. Hmmm. 4:13PM 13 mins Son wastes a promising move with a really poor touch, just as Spurs had worked the ball to him in the box. He knocks it long and is then muscled out of possession inside the six yard box. Rafferty curls an excellent early cross to the back post and Trippier has to be awake to cut it out. 4:12PM 12 mins There's a League One challenge if ever you'll see one. Rafferty comes absolutely flying in to a tackle on Danny Rose, going in hard on him as he tries to clear. Think English Sunday League aggression and that's where he's at. Letting them know he's there. That old chestnut. Credit: REUTERS 4:09PM 9 mins Rochdale have started well here but Spurs look suspiciously like they're enjoying themselves and it won't be long before they figure out a way to score. 4:06PM 6 mins Rochdale are pressing high, which is pretty hard to do and rather brave in a 3-5-2. They close down Alderweireld and win possession back near the Spurs box but an attempted switched pass goes out for a throw. The pitch gives way underneath Alderweireld as he tries to stop suddenly and he's extremely lucky that Rochdale don't pick his pocket and run through on goal. Moura is dribbling past Rochdale players like they're training dummies. 4:03PM 4 mins Early danger as Rochdale find space on the left after a flowing passing move and a low cross is cleared away by the Spurs defence. Lucas Moura picks the ball up and runs past two men before chipping to Son on the left. He controls and takes the ball past the defender but loses out before he can pull the trigger, thanks to the covering centre-back. 4:02PM 2 mins Trippier looks like he might have hurt myself, taking his time over a throw in. The Rochdale support are making plenty of noise and the players are moving the ball confidently early on. 4:01PM KICK OFF Here we go! 3:56PM Here come the players! The first game on a lovely new pitch between two teams who have never played each other. 3:54PM Mauricio Pochettino happy with the new pitch "I want to congratulate everyone involved with this hard job to change and improve the pitch. They are happy, we are so happy it is a pitch you can play football on. I think we are all happy but I need to recognise the people involved to improve, it's an amazing job. Congratulations. Football this afternoon is going to win." 3:47PM Keith Hill interview "We're not focused on that. My players are capable and on a one off occasion they can bring their A game, a game they've not produced enough over the course of their careers. We have to make it uncomfortable for them. "It has done but it can't be used as an excuse. I can't change the way the players think, the way we've trained them over the last five years, we're going to test ourselves against supreme opposition who do the things we do about 20/30 times better!" 3:44PM "Resting" big players Alan Shearer has added an experienced opinion on the nonsense of resting big players by putting them on the bench. "The travelling tires you, you've got to do the warm up, if you don't play you'll be doing running after anyway." 3:29PM Rochdale starting lineup Lillis, McGahey, McNulty, Delaney, Rafferty, Cannon, Camps, Kitching, Done, Humphrys, Henderson 3:24PM Still no sign of the Rochdale first XI Keith Hill is at it. Mind games. Psychological warfare! The match has begun before kick off. 3:13PM Beach party! Rochdale holding a kids’ beach party today because of their sandy pitch getting into the news �� pitch is relaid and looks OK today ���� pic.twitter.com/oVGhxYjJXc— Peter Staunton (@petermstaunton) February 18, 2018 3:08PM Spurs starting lineups #THFC: Vorm (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Rose, Wanyama, Winks, Sissoko, Lucas, Son, Llorente. #COYSpic.twitter.com/w80FBmOosc— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 18, 2018 2:53PM Players making their way to the stadium Credit: REUTERS Kyle Walker-Peters at Rochdale Credit: REUTERS I like that the van is also a security barrier. 2:16PM Hello! Good afternoon/early evening - whichever you'd like to call it. Welcome to our liveblog for a rather exciting FA Cup clash between a team stuck dead to the bottom of League One and one who just pulled off a heroic draw in Turin against the mighty Juventus. It's the magic of the cup! Since the Champions League and Premier League take precedent in this terrifying modern life, it's likely that Spurs will field most of their reserves in waiting, meaning Fernando Llorente, Harry Winks, Juan Foythe and a few others knocking on the door have the chance to push for a legit first team starting place. Can Spurs afford to take chances with the second string? Because... if they don't win a trophy then what has this all been about? Tedious trophy talk should not obscure Pochettino's brilliance at Tottenham Rochdale aren't without hope just because they're struggling in the league - this is the magical, mystical FA Cup we're talking about - but they are missing Niall Canavan and Keith Keane through injury and Scott Wiseman, Sam Hart, Mihai Dobre and Billy Knott can't play because they're cup tied.
 5:02PM KICK OFF 2 We're back. Spurs start the second half - will they find a way back into this one? No changes from either manager. 5:00PM Henderson's finish for the goal Credit: REUTERS 4:58PM What'll happen next? Rochdale have been excellent. Early on there were some questionably aggressive challenges but that's worked and Spurs don't seem quite up for this one, everyone except Son and Lucas Moura guilty of taking too long on the ball and some poor touches. And actually, Son's ball control has let him down on several occasions. Pochettino doesn't seem to have learned anything from the Newport game and may have made too many changes. We'll see if that's the case in the second half - if they come out pumped, there's every chance they get one or two goals out of Rochdale, who might wobble if put under pressure. Rochdale can't go into defensive mode too early here - it's the high press and high energy game that's forced Spurs into that error for the goal. Plus, Rochdale can play! 4:49PM HALF TIME Spurs aren't at it! Rochdale have a (not really) shock lead and fully deserve it. 4:47PM GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAALLL! Rochdale goal What a goal! Spurs are caught out! Winks takes too long on the ball, is easily tackled and Rochdale have men over. Great movement splits the centre-backs, Wanyama isn't fast enough to get back, Rose is nowhere to be seen and Henderson holds his run to get on the end of a low pass into the area, finishing past Vorm into the bottom corner. Superb from Rochdale! 4:41PM 42 mins Credit: GETTY IMAGES Rochdale have played some really nice football here. They like passing out from the back and keeping things tidy in midfield. Son plays a one-two with Llorente on the edge of the area but is crowded out and the keeper smothers the loose ball. 4:38PM 39 mins Sissoko is getting a little shirty with some of the Rochdale players he wants to tackle and seems agitated. Llorente is fouled shortly after. 4:36PM 37 mins Lucas Moura knows he can go past anyone he wants and this time chooses to go around the outside of Delaney and into the six yard box. His attempted low pass is cleared behind for a corner, which Trippier comes across to take. from the right. It's headed away and then Rose fouls Cannon in the D. 4:34PM 34 mins Delaney has time on the ball, looks up and then hits a hopeless chipped pass into the left wing. Nobody is there. HENDERSON IS IN BEHIND THE DEFENCE! HE MUST SCORE! Oooooh lordy he's sliced the volley after a beautiful lifted pass puts him one on one with the goalkeeper, and from a narrow angle he's put the shot out for a throw-in. Huge chance. Winks is dictating play for Spurs from the middle and very nearly finds Llorente with a forward pass. He lays it off to Son but the defence closes the move down and clear their lines. 4:30PM 31 mins What. A. Pass. Son looks up and hits a 35 yard diagonal ball over towards Trippier's run, he meets it in the box and fires a low cross into the area. Nobody is there, Moura takes it on, tries to turn and then blasts over from 12 yards. Spurs starting to find space to shoot now. 4:28PM 29 mins Wanyama jumps to head the ball to Vorm but ends up giving away a corner. He's not quite on it today. Sissoko heads away at the six yard box, Winks shields the ball out for a goal kick. 4:26PM 26 mins Rochdale swing the ball in from wide right - Rafferty can cross a ball! - and the Spurs defence have to be strong and alert to deal with it. SON'S AWAY! Spurs are in here! Son sprints down the left channel, shoots on his left and the goalie saves. He passes the rebound inside to Llorente, who goes back and forth before shooting from 12 yards, with the goalkeeper closing him down. Wide. That should be 1-0. 4:23PM 23 mins Credit: AFP A long ball forward and Llorente heads the ball onto Son. He cuts onto his left foot and the defender loses his footing. Son shoots to the far corner... and it's blocked by some smart defending! The corner comes to nothing. This is a decent game! 4:21PM 21 mins Rochdale are having a little bit of a rest from the constant high press but it doesn't matter because Wanyama has passed the ball straight back to them. The goalkeeper goes long and Humphrys wins the header. 4:18PM 18 mins Rochdale are throwing bodies into waves of attack, Alderweireld slips again and has the ball trapped underneath his chest and between his arms. They want a penalty but are never getting it. Oooooohh that is a nasty Sunday League challenge. Horrible. Winks gets up straight away but the 'hard man' lunge on Winks in the middle of the pitch is disgusting and the referee gives the defender a talking to. 4:15PM 15 mins That's a cynical chop from Delaney, as he lunges at and then kicks Lucas Moura off the ball. At any level above League One that's an instant booking but the referee lets it go. The free-kick is curled in and headed by Alderweireld but loops to the goalie's hand. Lillis tries to take his drop kick quickly and Llorente jumps in his way - the ball cannons off him and lands wide of the empty net! That's a foul apparently. Hmmm. 4:13PM 13 mins Son wastes a promising move with a really poor touch, just as Spurs had worked the ball to him in the box. He knocks it long and is then muscled out of possession inside the six yard box. Rafferty curls an excellent early cross to the back post and Trippier has to be awake to cut it out. 4:12PM 12 mins There's a League One challenge if ever you'll see one. Rafferty comes absolutely flying in to a tackle on Danny Rose, going in hard on him as he tries to clear. Think English Sunday League aggression and that's where he's at. Letting them know he's there. That old chestnut. Credit: REUTERS 4:09PM 9 mins Rochdale have started well here but Spurs look suspiciously like they're enjoying themselves and it won't be long before they figure out a way to score. 4:06PM 6 mins Rochdale are pressing high, which is pretty hard to do and rather brave in a 3-5-2. They close down Alderweireld and win possession back near the Spurs box but an attempted switched pass goes out for a throw. The pitch gives way underneath Alderweireld as he tries to stop suddenly and he's extremely lucky that Rochdale don't pick his pocket and run through on goal. Moura is dribbling past Rochdale players like they're training dummies. 4:03PM 4 mins Early danger as Rochdale find space on the left after a flowing passing move and a low cross is cleared away by the Spurs defence. Lucas Moura picks the ball up and runs past two men before chipping to Son on the left. He controls and takes the ball past the defender but loses out before he can pull the trigger, thanks to the covering centre-back. 4:02PM 2 mins Trippier looks like he might have hurt myself, taking his time over a throw in. The Rochdale support are making plenty of noise and the players are moving the ball confidently early on. 4:01PM KICK OFF Here we go! 3:56PM Here come the players! The first game on a lovely new pitch between two teams who have never played each other. 3:54PM Mauricio Pochettino happy with the new pitch "I want to congratulate everyone involved with this hard job to change and improve the pitch. They are happy, we are so happy it is a pitch you can play football on. I think we are all happy but I need to recognise the people involved to improve, it's an amazing job. Congratulations. Football this afternoon is going to win." 3:47PM Keith Hill interview "We're not focused on that. My players are capable and on a one off occasion they can bring their A game, a game they've not produced enough over the course of their careers. We have to make it uncomfortable for them. "It has done but it can't be used as an excuse. I can't change the way the players think, the way we've trained them over the last five years, we're going to test ourselves against supreme opposition who do the things we do about 20/30 times better!" 3:44PM "Resting" big players Alan Shearer has added an experienced opinion on the nonsense of resting big players by putting them on the bench. "The travelling tires you, you've got to do the warm up, if you don't play you'll be doing running after anyway." 3:29PM Rochdale starting lineup Lillis, McGahey, McNulty, Delaney, Rafferty, Cannon, Camps, Kitching, Done, Humphrys, Henderson 3:24PM Still no sign of the Rochdale first XI Keith Hill is at it. Mind games. Psychological warfare! The match has begun before kick off. 3:13PM Beach party! Rochdale holding a kids’ beach party today because of their sandy pitch getting into the news �� pitch is relaid and looks OK today ���� pic.twitter.com/oVGhxYjJXc— Peter Staunton (@petermstaunton) February 18, 2018 3:08PM Spurs starting lineups #THFC: Vorm (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Rose, Wanyama, Winks, Sissoko, Lucas, Son, Llorente. #COYSpic.twitter.com/w80FBmOosc— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 18, 2018 2:53PM Players making their way to the stadium Credit: REUTERS Kyle Walker-Peters at Rochdale Credit: REUTERS I like that the van is also a security barrier. 2:16PM Hello! Good afternoon/early evening - whichever you'd like to call it. Welcome to our liveblog for a rather exciting FA Cup clash between a team stuck dead to the bottom of League One and one who just pulled off a heroic draw in Turin against the mighty Juventus. It's the magic of the cup! Since the Champions League and Premier League take precedent in this terrifying modern life, it's likely that Spurs will field most of their reserves in waiting, meaning Fernando Llorente, Harry Winks, Juan Foythe and a few others knocking on the door have the chance to push for a legit first team starting place. Can Spurs afford to take chances with the second string? Because... if they don't win a trophy then what has this all been about? Tedious trophy talk should not obscure Pochettino's brilliance at Tottenham Rochdale aren't without hope just because they're struggling in the league - this is the magical, mystical FA Cup we're talking about - but they are missing Niall Canavan and Keith Keane through injury and Scott Wiseman, Sam Hart, Mihai Dobre and Billy Knott can't play because they're cup tied.
Rochdale vs Tottenham, FA Cup fifth round: live score updates
5:02PM KICK OFF 2 We're back. Spurs start the second half - will they find a way back into this one? No changes from either manager. 5:00PM Henderson's finish for the goal Credit: REUTERS 4:58PM What'll happen next? Rochdale have been excellent. Early on there were some questionably aggressive challenges but that's worked and Spurs don't seem quite up for this one, everyone except Son and Lucas Moura guilty of taking too long on the ball and some poor touches. And actually, Son's ball control has let him down on several occasions. Pochettino doesn't seem to have learned anything from the Newport game and may have made too many changes. We'll see if that's the case in the second half - if they come out pumped, there's every chance they get one or two goals out of Rochdale, who might wobble if put under pressure. Rochdale can't go into defensive mode too early here - it's the high press and high energy game that's forced Spurs into that error for the goal. Plus, Rochdale can play! 4:49PM HALF TIME Spurs aren't at it! Rochdale have a (not really) shock lead and fully deserve it. 4:47PM GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAALLL! Rochdale goal What a goal! Spurs are caught out! Winks takes too long on the ball, is easily tackled and Rochdale have men over. Great movement splits the centre-backs, Wanyama isn't fast enough to get back, Rose is nowhere to be seen and Henderson holds his run to get on the end of a low pass into the area, finishing past Vorm into the bottom corner. Superb from Rochdale! 4:41PM 42 mins Credit: GETTY IMAGES Rochdale have played some really nice football here. They like passing out from the back and keeping things tidy in midfield. Son plays a one-two with Llorente on the edge of the area but is crowded out and the keeper smothers the loose ball. 4:38PM 39 mins Sissoko is getting a little shirty with some of the Rochdale players he wants to tackle and seems agitated. Llorente is fouled shortly after. 4:36PM 37 mins Lucas Moura knows he can go past anyone he wants and this time chooses to go around the outside of Delaney and into the six yard box. His attempted low pass is cleared behind for a corner, which Trippier comes across to take. from the right. It's headed away and then Rose fouls Cannon in the D. 4:34PM 34 mins Delaney has time on the ball, looks up and then hits a hopeless chipped pass into the left wing. Nobody is there. HENDERSON IS IN BEHIND THE DEFENCE! HE MUST SCORE! Oooooh lordy he's sliced the volley after a beautiful lifted pass puts him one on one with the goalkeeper, and from a narrow angle he's put the shot out for a throw-in. Huge chance. Winks is dictating play for Spurs from the middle and very nearly finds Llorente with a forward pass. He lays it off to Son but the defence closes the move down and clear their lines. 4:30PM 31 mins What. A. Pass. Son looks up and hits a 35 yard diagonal ball over towards Trippier's run, he meets it in the box and fires a low cross into the area. Nobody is there, Moura takes it on, tries to turn and then blasts over from 12 yards. Spurs starting to find space to shoot now. 4:28PM 29 mins Wanyama jumps to head the ball to Vorm but ends up giving away a corner. He's not quite on it today. Sissoko heads away at the six yard box, Winks shields the ball out for a goal kick. 4:26PM 26 mins Rochdale swing the ball in from wide right - Rafferty can cross a ball! - and the Spurs defence have to be strong and alert to deal with it. SON'S AWAY! Spurs are in here! Son sprints down the left channel, shoots on his left and the goalie saves. He passes the rebound inside to Llorente, who goes back and forth before shooting from 12 yards, with the goalkeeper closing him down. Wide. That should be 1-0. 4:23PM 23 mins Credit: AFP A long ball forward and Llorente heads the ball onto Son. He cuts onto his left foot and the defender loses his footing. Son shoots to the far corner... and it's blocked by some smart defending! The corner comes to nothing. This is a decent game! 4:21PM 21 mins Rochdale are having a little bit of a rest from the constant high press but it doesn't matter because Wanyama has passed the ball straight back to them. The goalkeeper goes long and Humphrys wins the header. 4:18PM 18 mins Rochdale are throwing bodies into waves of attack, Alderweireld slips again and has the ball trapped underneath his chest and between his arms. They want a penalty but are never getting it. Oooooohh that is a nasty Sunday League challenge. Horrible. Winks gets up straight away but the 'hard man' lunge on Winks in the middle of the pitch is disgusting and the referee gives the defender a talking to. 4:15PM 15 mins That's a cynical chop from Delaney, as he lunges at and then kicks Lucas Moura off the ball. At any level above League One that's an instant booking but the referee lets it go. The free-kick is curled in and headed by Alderweireld but loops to the goalie's hand. Lillis tries to take his drop kick quickly and Llorente jumps in his way - the ball cannons off him and lands wide of the empty net! That's a foul apparently. Hmmm. 4:13PM 13 mins Son wastes a promising move with a really poor touch, just as Spurs had worked the ball to him in the box. He knocks it long and is then muscled out of possession inside the six yard box. Rafferty curls an excellent early cross to the back post and Trippier has to be awake to cut it out. 4:12PM 12 mins There's a League One challenge if ever you'll see one. Rafferty comes absolutely flying in to a tackle on Danny Rose, going in hard on him as he tries to clear. Think English Sunday League aggression and that's where he's at. Letting them know he's there. That old chestnut. Credit: REUTERS 4:09PM 9 mins Rochdale have started well here but Spurs look suspiciously like they're enjoying themselves and it won't be long before they figure out a way to score. 4:06PM 6 mins Rochdale are pressing high, which is pretty hard to do and rather brave in a 3-5-2. They close down Alderweireld and win possession back near the Spurs box but an attempted switched pass goes out for a throw. The pitch gives way underneath Alderweireld as he tries to stop suddenly and he's extremely lucky that Rochdale don't pick his pocket and run through on goal. Moura is dribbling past Rochdale players like they're training dummies. 4:03PM 4 mins Early danger as Rochdale find space on the left after a flowing passing move and a low cross is cleared away by the Spurs defence. Lucas Moura picks the ball up and runs past two men before chipping to Son on the left. He controls and takes the ball past the defender but loses out before he can pull the trigger, thanks to the covering centre-back. 4:02PM 2 mins Trippier looks like he might have hurt myself, taking his time over a throw in. The Rochdale support are making plenty of noise and the players are moving the ball confidently early on. 4:01PM KICK OFF Here we go! 3:56PM Here come the players! The first game on a lovely new pitch between two teams who have never played each other. 3:54PM Mauricio Pochettino happy with the new pitch "I want to congratulate everyone involved with this hard job to change and improve the pitch. They are happy, we are so happy it is a pitch you can play football on. I think we are all happy but I need to recognise the people involved to improve, it's an amazing job. Congratulations. Football this afternoon is going to win." 3:47PM Keith Hill interview "We're not focused on that. My players are capable and on a one off occasion they can bring their A game, a game they've not produced enough over the course of their careers. We have to make it uncomfortable for them. "It has done but it can't be used as an excuse. I can't change the way the players think, the way we've trained them over the last five years, we're going to test ourselves against supreme opposition who do the things we do about 20/30 times better!" 3:44PM "Resting" big players Alan Shearer has added an experienced opinion on the nonsense of resting big players by putting them on the bench. "The travelling tires you, you've got to do the warm up, if you don't play you'll be doing running after anyway." 3:29PM Rochdale starting lineup Lillis, McGahey, McNulty, Delaney, Rafferty, Cannon, Camps, Kitching, Done, Humphrys, Henderson 3:24PM Still no sign of the Rochdale first XI Keith Hill is at it. Mind games. Psychological warfare! The match has begun before kick off. 3:13PM Beach party! Rochdale holding a kids’ beach party today because of their sandy pitch getting into the news �� pitch is relaid and looks OK today ���� pic.twitter.com/oVGhxYjJXc— Peter Staunton (@petermstaunton) February 18, 2018 3:08PM Spurs starting lineups #THFC: Vorm (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Rose, Wanyama, Winks, Sissoko, Lucas, Son, Llorente. #COYSpic.twitter.com/w80FBmOosc— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 18, 2018 2:53PM Players making their way to the stadium Credit: REUTERS Kyle Walker-Peters at Rochdale Credit: REUTERS I like that the van is also a security barrier. 2:16PM Hello! Good afternoon/early evening - whichever you'd like to call it. Welcome to our liveblog for a rather exciting FA Cup clash between a team stuck dead to the bottom of League One and one who just pulled off a heroic draw in Turin against the mighty Juventus. It's the magic of the cup! Since the Champions League and Premier League take precedent in this terrifying modern life, it's likely that Spurs will field most of their reserves in waiting, meaning Fernando Llorente, Harry Winks, Juan Foythe and a few others knocking on the door have the chance to push for a legit first team starting place. Can Spurs afford to take chances with the second string? Because... if they don't win a trophy then what has this all been about? Tedious trophy talk should not obscure Pochettino's brilliance at Tottenham Rochdale aren't without hope just because they're struggling in the league - this is the magical, mystical FA Cup we're talking about - but they are missing Niall Canavan and Keith Keane through injury and Scott Wiseman, Sam Hart, Mihai Dobre and Billy Knott can't play because they're cup tied.
 5:02PM KICK OFF 2 We're back. Spurs start the second half - will they find a way back into this one? No changes from either manager. 5:00PM Henderson's finish for the goal Credit: REUTERS 4:58PM What'll happen next? Rochdale have been excellent. Early on there were some questionably aggressive challenges but that's worked and Spurs don't seem quite up for this one, everyone except Son and Lucas Moura guilty of taking too long on the ball and some poor touches. And actually, Son's ball control has let him down on several occasions. Pochettino doesn't seem to have learned anything from the Newport game and may have made too many changes. We'll see if that's the case in the second half - if they come out pumped, there's every chance they get one or two goals out of Rochdale, who might wobble if put under pressure. Rochdale can't go into defensive mode too early here - it's the high press and high energy game that's forced Spurs into that error for the goal. Plus, Rochdale can play! 4:49PM HALF TIME Spurs aren't at it! Rochdale have a (not really) shock lead and fully deserve it. 4:47PM GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAALLL! Rochdale goal What a goal! Spurs are caught out! Winks takes too long on the ball, is easily tackled and Rochdale have men over. Great movement splits the centre-backs, Wanyama isn't fast enough to get back, Rose is nowhere to be seen and Henderson holds his run to get on the end of a low pass into the area, finishing past Vorm into the bottom corner. Superb from Rochdale! 4:41PM 42 mins Credit: GETTY IMAGES Rochdale have played some really nice football here. They like passing out from the back and keeping things tidy in midfield. Son plays a one-two with Llorente on the edge of the area but is crowded out and the keeper smothers the loose ball. 4:38PM 39 mins Sissoko is getting a little shirty with some of the Rochdale players he wants to tackle and seems agitated. Llorente is fouled shortly after. 4:36PM 37 mins Lucas Moura knows he can go past anyone he wants and this time chooses to go around the outside of Delaney and into the six yard box. His attempted low pass is cleared behind for a corner, which Trippier comes across to take. from the right. It's headed away and then Rose fouls Cannon in the D. 4:34PM 34 mins Delaney has time on the ball, looks up and then hits a hopeless chipped pass into the left wing. Nobody is there. HENDERSON IS IN BEHIND THE DEFENCE! HE MUST SCORE! Oooooh lordy he's sliced the volley after a beautiful lifted pass puts him one on one with the goalkeeper, and from a narrow angle he's put the shot out for a throw-in. Huge chance. Winks is dictating play for Spurs from the middle and very nearly finds Llorente with a forward pass. He lays it off to Son but the defence closes the move down and clear their lines. 4:30PM 31 mins What. A. Pass. Son looks up and hits a 35 yard diagonal ball over towards Trippier's run, he meets it in the box and fires a low cross into the area. Nobody is there, Moura takes it on, tries to turn and then blasts over from 12 yards. Spurs starting to find space to shoot now. 4:28PM 29 mins Wanyama jumps to head the ball to Vorm but ends up giving away a corner. He's not quite on it today. Sissoko heads away at the six yard box, Winks shields the ball out for a goal kick. 4:26PM 26 mins Rochdale swing the ball in from wide right - Rafferty can cross a ball! - and the Spurs defence have to be strong and alert to deal with it. SON'S AWAY! Spurs are in here! Son sprints down the left channel, shoots on his left and the goalie saves. He passes the rebound inside to Llorente, who goes back and forth before shooting from 12 yards, with the goalkeeper closing him down. Wide. That should be 1-0. 4:23PM 23 mins Credit: AFP A long ball forward and Llorente heads the ball onto Son. He cuts onto his left foot and the defender loses his footing. Son shoots to the far corner... and it's blocked by some smart defending! The corner comes to nothing. This is a decent game! 4:21PM 21 mins Rochdale are having a little bit of a rest from the constant high press but it doesn't matter because Wanyama has passed the ball straight back to them. The goalkeeper goes long and Humphrys wins the header. 4:18PM 18 mins Rochdale are throwing bodies into waves of attack, Alderweireld slips again and has the ball trapped underneath his chest and between his arms. They want a penalty but are never getting it. Oooooohh that is a nasty Sunday League challenge. Horrible. Winks gets up straight away but the 'hard man' lunge on Winks in the middle of the pitch is disgusting and the referee gives the defender a talking to. 4:15PM 15 mins That's a cynical chop from Delaney, as he lunges at and then kicks Lucas Moura off the ball. At any level above League One that's an instant booking but the referee lets it go. The free-kick is curled in and headed by Alderweireld but loops to the goalie's hand. Lillis tries to take his drop kick quickly and Llorente jumps in his way - the ball cannons off him and lands wide of the empty net! That's a foul apparently. Hmmm. 4:13PM 13 mins Son wastes a promising move with a really poor touch, just as Spurs had worked the ball to him in the box. He knocks it long and is then muscled out of possession inside the six yard box. Rafferty curls an excellent early cross to the back post and Trippier has to be awake to cut it out. 4:12PM 12 mins There's a League One challenge if ever you'll see one. Rafferty comes absolutely flying in to a tackle on Danny Rose, going in hard on him as he tries to clear. Think English Sunday League aggression and that's where he's at. Letting them know he's there. That old chestnut. Credit: REUTERS 4:09PM 9 mins Rochdale have started well here but Spurs look suspiciously like they're enjoying themselves and it won't be long before they figure out a way to score. 4:06PM 6 mins Rochdale are pressing high, which is pretty hard to do and rather brave in a 3-5-2. They close down Alderweireld and win possession back near the Spurs box but an attempted switched pass goes out for a throw. The pitch gives way underneath Alderweireld as he tries to stop suddenly and he's extremely lucky that Rochdale don't pick his pocket and run through on goal. Moura is dribbling past Rochdale players like they're training dummies. 4:03PM 4 mins Early danger as Rochdale find space on the left after a flowing passing move and a low cross is cleared away by the Spurs defence. Lucas Moura picks the ball up and runs past two men before chipping to Son on the left. He controls and takes the ball past the defender but loses out before he can pull the trigger, thanks to the covering centre-back. 4:02PM 2 mins Trippier looks like he might have hurt myself, taking his time over a throw in. The Rochdale support are making plenty of noise and the players are moving the ball confidently early on. 4:01PM KICK OFF Here we go! 3:56PM Here come the players! The first game on a lovely new pitch between two teams who have never played each other. 3:54PM Mauricio Pochettino happy with the new pitch "I want to congratulate everyone involved with this hard job to change and improve the pitch. They are happy, we are so happy it is a pitch you can play football on. I think we are all happy but I need to recognise the people involved to improve, it's an amazing job. Congratulations. Football this afternoon is going to win." 3:47PM Keith Hill interview "We're not focused on that. My players are capable and on a one off occasion they can bring their A game, a game they've not produced enough over the course of their careers. We have to make it uncomfortable for them. "It has done but it can't be used as an excuse. I can't change the way the players think, the way we've trained them over the last five years, we're going to test ourselves against supreme opposition who do the things we do about 20/30 times better!" 3:44PM "Resting" big players Alan Shearer has added an experienced opinion on the nonsense of resting big players by putting them on the bench. "The travelling tires you, you've got to do the warm up, if you don't play you'll be doing running after anyway." 3:29PM Rochdale starting lineup Lillis, McGahey, McNulty, Delaney, Rafferty, Cannon, Camps, Kitching, Done, Humphrys, Henderson 3:24PM Still no sign of the Rochdale first XI Keith Hill is at it. Mind games. Psychological warfare! The match has begun before kick off. 3:13PM Beach party! Rochdale holding a kids’ beach party today because of their sandy pitch getting into the news �� pitch is relaid and looks OK today ���� pic.twitter.com/oVGhxYjJXc— Peter Staunton (@petermstaunton) February 18, 2018 3:08PM Spurs starting lineups #THFC: Vorm (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Rose, Wanyama, Winks, Sissoko, Lucas, Son, Llorente. #COYSpic.twitter.com/w80FBmOosc— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 18, 2018 2:53PM Players making their way to the stadium Credit: REUTERS Kyle Walker-Peters at Rochdale Credit: REUTERS I like that the van is also a security barrier. 2:16PM Hello! Good afternoon/early evening - whichever you'd like to call it. Welcome to our liveblog for a rather exciting FA Cup clash between a team stuck dead to the bottom of League One and one who just pulled off a heroic draw in Turin against the mighty Juventus. It's the magic of the cup! Since the Champions League and Premier League take precedent in this terrifying modern life, it's likely that Spurs will field most of their reserves in waiting, meaning Fernando Llorente, Harry Winks, Juan Foythe and a few others knocking on the door have the chance to push for a legit first team starting place. Can Spurs afford to take chances with the second string? Because... if they don't win a trophy then what has this all been about? Tedious trophy talk should not obscure Pochettino's brilliance at Tottenham Rochdale aren't without hope just because they're struggling in the league - this is the magical, mystical FA Cup we're talking about - but they are missing Niall Canavan and Keith Keane through injury and Scott Wiseman, Sam Hart, Mihai Dobre and Billy Knott can't play because they're cup tied.
Rochdale vs Tottenham, FA Cup fifth round: live score updates
5:02PM KICK OFF 2 We're back. Spurs start the second half - will they find a way back into this one? No changes from either manager. 5:00PM Henderson's finish for the goal Credit: REUTERS 4:58PM What'll happen next? Rochdale have been excellent. Early on there were some questionably aggressive challenges but that's worked and Spurs don't seem quite up for this one, everyone except Son and Lucas Moura guilty of taking too long on the ball and some poor touches. And actually, Son's ball control has let him down on several occasions. Pochettino doesn't seem to have learned anything from the Newport game and may have made too many changes. We'll see if that's the case in the second half - if they come out pumped, there's every chance they get one or two goals out of Rochdale, who might wobble if put under pressure. Rochdale can't go into defensive mode too early here - it's the high press and high energy game that's forced Spurs into that error for the goal. Plus, Rochdale can play! 4:49PM HALF TIME Spurs aren't at it! Rochdale have a (not really) shock lead and fully deserve it. 4:47PM GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAALLL! Rochdale goal What a goal! Spurs are caught out! Winks takes too long on the ball, is easily tackled and Rochdale have men over. Great movement splits the centre-backs, Wanyama isn't fast enough to get back, Rose is nowhere to be seen and Henderson holds his run to get on the end of a low pass into the area, finishing past Vorm into the bottom corner. Superb from Rochdale! 4:41PM 42 mins Credit: GETTY IMAGES Rochdale have played some really nice football here. They like passing out from the back and keeping things tidy in midfield. Son plays a one-two with Llorente on the edge of the area but is crowded out and the keeper smothers the loose ball. 4:38PM 39 mins Sissoko is getting a little shirty with some of the Rochdale players he wants to tackle and seems agitated. Llorente is fouled shortly after. 4:36PM 37 mins Lucas Moura knows he can go past anyone he wants and this time chooses to go around the outside of Delaney and into the six yard box. His attempted low pass is cleared behind for a corner, which Trippier comes across to take. from the right. It's headed away and then Rose fouls Cannon in the D. 4:34PM 34 mins Delaney has time on the ball, looks up and then hits a hopeless chipped pass into the left wing. Nobody is there. HENDERSON IS IN BEHIND THE DEFENCE! HE MUST SCORE! Oooooh lordy he's sliced the volley after a beautiful lifted pass puts him one on one with the goalkeeper, and from a narrow angle he's put the shot out for a throw-in. Huge chance. Winks is dictating play for Spurs from the middle and very nearly finds Llorente with a forward pass. He lays it off to Son but the defence closes the move down and clear their lines. 4:30PM 31 mins What. A. Pass. Son looks up and hits a 35 yard diagonal ball over towards Trippier's run, he meets it in the box and fires a low cross into the area. Nobody is there, Moura takes it on, tries to turn and then blasts over from 12 yards. Spurs starting to find space to shoot now. 4:28PM 29 mins Wanyama jumps to head the ball to Vorm but ends up giving away a corner. He's not quite on it today. Sissoko heads away at the six yard box, Winks shields the ball out for a goal kick. 4:26PM 26 mins Rochdale swing the ball in from wide right - Rafferty can cross a ball! - and the Spurs defence have to be strong and alert to deal with it. SON'S AWAY! Spurs are in here! Son sprints down the left channel, shoots on his left and the goalie saves. He passes the rebound inside to Llorente, who goes back and forth before shooting from 12 yards, with the goalkeeper closing him down. Wide. That should be 1-0. 4:23PM 23 mins Credit: AFP A long ball forward and Llorente heads the ball onto Son. He cuts onto his left foot and the defender loses his footing. Son shoots to the far corner... and it's blocked by some smart defending! The corner comes to nothing. This is a decent game! 4:21PM 21 mins Rochdale are having a little bit of a rest from the constant high press but it doesn't matter because Wanyama has passed the ball straight back to them. The goalkeeper goes long and Humphrys wins the header. 4:18PM 18 mins Rochdale are throwing bodies into waves of attack, Alderweireld slips again and has the ball trapped underneath his chest and between his arms. They want a penalty but are never getting it. Oooooohh that is a nasty Sunday League challenge. Horrible. Winks gets up straight away but the 'hard man' lunge on Winks in the middle of the pitch is disgusting and the referee gives the defender a talking to. 4:15PM 15 mins That's a cynical chop from Delaney, as he lunges at and then kicks Lucas Moura off the ball. At any level above League One that's an instant booking but the referee lets it go. The free-kick is curled in and headed by Alderweireld but loops to the goalie's hand. Lillis tries to take his drop kick quickly and Llorente jumps in his way - the ball cannons off him and lands wide of the empty net! That's a foul apparently. Hmmm. 4:13PM 13 mins Son wastes a promising move with a really poor touch, just as Spurs had worked the ball to him in the box. He knocks it long and is then muscled out of possession inside the six yard box. Rafferty curls an excellent early cross to the back post and Trippier has to be awake to cut it out. 4:12PM 12 mins There's a League One challenge if ever you'll see one. Rafferty comes absolutely flying in to a tackle on Danny Rose, going in hard on him as he tries to clear. Think English Sunday League aggression and that's where he's at. Letting them know he's there. That old chestnut. Credit: REUTERS 4:09PM 9 mins Rochdale have started well here but Spurs look suspiciously like they're enjoying themselves and it won't be long before they figure out a way to score. 4:06PM 6 mins Rochdale are pressing high, which is pretty hard to do and rather brave in a 3-5-2. They close down Alderweireld and win possession back near the Spurs box but an attempted switched pass goes out for a throw. The pitch gives way underneath Alderweireld as he tries to stop suddenly and he's extremely lucky that Rochdale don't pick his pocket and run through on goal. Moura is dribbling past Rochdale players like they're training dummies. 4:03PM 4 mins Early danger as Rochdale find space on the left after a flowing passing move and a low cross is cleared away by the Spurs defence. Lucas Moura picks the ball up and runs past two men before chipping to Son on the left. He controls and takes the ball past the defender but loses out before he can pull the trigger, thanks to the covering centre-back. 4:02PM 2 mins Trippier looks like he might have hurt myself, taking his time over a throw in. The Rochdale support are making plenty of noise and the players are moving the ball confidently early on. 4:01PM KICK OFF Here we go! 3:56PM Here come the players! The first game on a lovely new pitch between two teams who have never played each other. 3:54PM Mauricio Pochettino happy with the new pitch "I want to congratulate everyone involved with this hard job to change and improve the pitch. They are happy, we are so happy it is a pitch you can play football on. I think we are all happy but I need to recognise the people involved to improve, it's an amazing job. Congratulations. Football this afternoon is going to win." 3:47PM Keith Hill interview "We're not focused on that. My players are capable and on a one off occasion they can bring their A game, a game they've not produced enough over the course of their careers. We have to make it uncomfortable for them. "It has done but it can't be used as an excuse. I can't change the way the players think, the way we've trained them over the last five years, we're going to test ourselves against supreme opposition who do the things we do about 20/30 times better!" 3:44PM "Resting" big players Alan Shearer has added an experienced opinion on the nonsense of resting big players by putting them on the bench. "The travelling tires you, you've got to do the warm up, if you don't play you'll be doing running after anyway." 3:29PM Rochdale starting lineup Lillis, McGahey, McNulty, Delaney, Rafferty, Cannon, Camps, Kitching, Done, Humphrys, Henderson 3:24PM Still no sign of the Rochdale first XI Keith Hill is at it. Mind games. Psychological warfare! The match has begun before kick off. 3:13PM Beach party! Rochdale holding a kids’ beach party today because of their sandy pitch getting into the news �� pitch is relaid and looks OK today ���� pic.twitter.com/oVGhxYjJXc— Peter Staunton (@petermstaunton) February 18, 2018 3:08PM Spurs starting lineups #THFC: Vorm (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Rose, Wanyama, Winks, Sissoko, Lucas, Son, Llorente. #COYSpic.twitter.com/w80FBmOosc— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 18, 2018 2:53PM Players making their way to the stadium Credit: REUTERS Kyle Walker-Peters at Rochdale Credit: REUTERS I like that the van is also a security barrier. 2:16PM Hello! Good afternoon/early evening - whichever you'd like to call it. Welcome to our liveblog for a rather exciting FA Cup clash between a team stuck dead to the bottom of League One and one who just pulled off a heroic draw in Turin against the mighty Juventus. It's the magic of the cup! Since the Champions League and Premier League take precedent in this terrifying modern life, it's likely that Spurs will field most of their reserves in waiting, meaning Fernando Llorente, Harry Winks, Juan Foythe and a few others knocking on the door have the chance to push for a legit first team starting place. Can Spurs afford to take chances with the second string? Because... if they don't win a trophy then what has this all been about? Tedious trophy talk should not obscure Pochettino's brilliance at Tottenham Rochdale aren't without hope just because they're struggling in the league - this is the magical, mystical FA Cup we're talking about - but they are missing Niall Canavan and Keith Keane through injury and Scott Wiseman, Sam Hart, Mihai Dobre and Billy Knott can't play because they're cup tied.
 5:02PM KICK OFF 2 We're back. Spurs start the second half - will they find a way back into this one? No changes from either manager. 5:00PM Henderson's finish for the goal Credit: REUTERS 4:58PM What'll happen next? Rochdale have been excellent. Early on there were some questionably aggressive challenges but that's worked and Spurs don't seem quite up for this one, everyone except Son and Lucas Moura guilty of taking too long on the ball and some poor touches. And actually, Son's ball control has let him down on several occasions. Pochettino doesn't seem to have learned anything from the Newport game and may have made too many changes. We'll see if that's the case in the second half - if they come out pumped, there's every chance they get one or two goals out of Rochdale, who might wobble if put under pressure. Rochdale can't go into defensive mode too early here - it's the high press and high energy game that's forced Spurs into that error for the goal. Plus, Rochdale can play! 4:49PM HALF TIME Spurs aren't at it! Rochdale have a (not really) shock lead and fully deserve it. 4:47PM GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAALLL! Rochdale goal What a goal! Spurs are caught out! Winks takes too long on the ball, is easily tackled and Rochdale have men over. Great movement splits the centre-backs, Wanyama isn't fast enough to get back, Rose is nowhere to be seen and Henderson holds his run to get on the end of a low pass into the area, finishing past Vorm into the bottom corner. Superb from Rochdale! 4:41PM 42 mins Credit: GETTY IMAGES Rochdale have played some really nice football here. They like passing out from the back and keeping things tidy in midfield. Son plays a one-two with Llorente on the edge of the area but is crowded out and the keeper smothers the loose ball. 4:38PM 39 mins Sissoko is getting a little shirty with some of the Rochdale players he wants to tackle and seems agitated. Llorente is fouled shortly after. 4:36PM 37 mins Lucas Moura knows he can go past anyone he wants and this time chooses to go around the outside of Delaney and into the six yard box. His attempted low pass is cleared behind for a corner, which Trippier comes across to take. from the right. It's headed away and then Rose fouls Cannon in the D. 4:34PM 34 mins Delaney has time on the ball, looks up and then hits a hopeless chipped pass into the left wing. Nobody is there. HENDERSON IS IN BEHIND THE DEFENCE! HE MUST SCORE! Oooooh lordy he's sliced the volley after a beautiful lifted pass puts him one on one with the goalkeeper, and from a narrow angle he's put the shot out for a throw-in. Huge chance. Winks is dictating play for Spurs from the middle and very nearly finds Llorente with a forward pass. He lays it off to Son but the defence closes the move down and clear their lines. 4:30PM 31 mins What. A. Pass. Son looks up and hits a 35 yard diagonal ball over towards Trippier's run, he meets it in the box and fires a low cross into the area. Nobody is there, Moura takes it on, tries to turn and then blasts over from 12 yards. Spurs starting to find space to shoot now. 4:28PM 29 mins Wanyama jumps to head the ball to Vorm but ends up giving away a corner. He's not quite on it today. Sissoko heads away at the six yard box, Winks shields the ball out for a goal kick. 4:26PM 26 mins Rochdale swing the ball in from wide right - Rafferty can cross a ball! - and the Spurs defence have to be strong and alert to deal with it. SON'S AWAY! Spurs are in here! Son sprints down the left channel, shoots on his left and the goalie saves. He passes the rebound inside to Llorente, who goes back and forth before shooting from 12 yards, with the goalkeeper closing him down. Wide. That should be 1-0. 4:23PM 23 mins Credit: AFP A long ball forward and Llorente heads the ball onto Son. He cuts onto his left foot and the defender loses his footing. Son shoots to the far corner... and it's blocked by some smart defending! The corner comes to nothing. This is a decent game! 4:21PM 21 mins Rochdale are having a little bit of a rest from the constant high press but it doesn't matter because Wanyama has passed the ball straight back to them. The goalkeeper goes long and Humphrys wins the header. 4:18PM 18 mins Rochdale are throwing bodies into waves of attack, Alderweireld slips again and has the ball trapped underneath his chest and between his arms. They want a penalty but are never getting it. Oooooohh that is a nasty Sunday League challenge. Horrible. Winks gets up straight away but the 'hard man' lunge on Winks in the middle of the pitch is disgusting and the referee gives the defender a talking to. 4:15PM 15 mins That's a cynical chop from Delaney, as he lunges at and then kicks Lucas Moura off the ball. At any level above League One that's an instant booking but the referee lets it go. The free-kick is curled in and headed by Alderweireld but loops to the goalie's hand. Lillis tries to take his drop kick quickly and Llorente jumps in his way - the ball cannons off him and lands wide of the empty net! That's a foul apparently. Hmmm. 4:13PM 13 mins Son wastes a promising move with a really poor touch, just as Spurs had worked the ball to him in the box. He knocks it long and is then muscled out of possession inside the six yard box. Rafferty curls an excellent early cross to the back post and Trippier has to be awake to cut it out. 4:12PM 12 mins There's a League One challenge if ever you'll see one. Rafferty comes absolutely flying in to a tackle on Danny Rose, going in hard on him as he tries to clear. Think English Sunday League aggression and that's where he's at. Letting them know he's there. That old chestnut. Credit: REUTERS 4:09PM 9 mins Rochdale have started well here but Spurs look suspiciously like they're enjoying themselves and it won't be long before they figure out a way to score. 4:06PM 6 mins Rochdale are pressing high, which is pretty hard to do and rather brave in a 3-5-2. They close down Alderweireld and win possession back near the Spurs box but an attempted switched pass goes out for a throw. The pitch gives way underneath Alderweireld as he tries to stop suddenly and he's extremely lucky that Rochdale don't pick his pocket and run through on goal. Moura is dribbling past Rochdale players like they're training dummies. 4:03PM 4 mins Early danger as Rochdale find space on the left after a flowing passing move and a low cross is cleared away by the Spurs defence. Lucas Moura picks the ball up and runs past two men before chipping to Son on the left. He controls and takes the ball past the defender but loses out before he can pull the trigger, thanks to the covering centre-back. 4:02PM 2 mins Trippier looks like he might have hurt myself, taking his time over a throw in. The Rochdale support are making plenty of noise and the players are moving the ball confidently early on. 4:01PM KICK OFF Here we go! 3:56PM Here come the players! The first game on a lovely new pitch between two teams who have never played each other. 3:54PM Mauricio Pochettino happy with the new pitch "I want to congratulate everyone involved with this hard job to change and improve the pitch. They are happy, we are so happy it is a pitch you can play football on. I think we are all happy but I need to recognise the people involved to improve, it's an amazing job. Congratulations. Football this afternoon is going to win." 3:47PM Keith Hill interview "We're not focused on that. My players are capable and on a one off occasion they can bring their A game, a game they've not produced enough over the course of their careers. We have to make it uncomfortable for them. "It has done but it can't be used as an excuse. I can't change the way the players think, the way we've trained them over the last five years, we're going to test ourselves against supreme opposition who do the things we do about 20/30 times better!" 3:44PM "Resting" big players Alan Shearer has added an experienced opinion on the nonsense of resting big players by putting them on the bench. "The travelling tires you, you've got to do the warm up, if you don't play you'll be doing running after anyway." 3:29PM Rochdale starting lineup Lillis, McGahey, McNulty, Delaney, Rafferty, Cannon, Camps, Kitching, Done, Humphrys, Henderson 3:24PM Still no sign of the Rochdale first XI Keith Hill is at it. Mind games. Psychological warfare! The match has begun before kick off. 3:13PM Beach party! Rochdale holding a kids’ beach party today because of their sandy pitch getting into the news �� pitch is relaid and looks OK today ���� pic.twitter.com/oVGhxYjJXc— Peter Staunton (@petermstaunton) February 18, 2018 3:08PM Spurs starting lineups #THFC: Vorm (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Rose, Wanyama, Winks, Sissoko, Lucas, Son, Llorente. #COYSpic.twitter.com/w80FBmOosc— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 18, 2018 2:53PM Players making their way to the stadium Credit: REUTERS Kyle Walker-Peters at Rochdale Credit: REUTERS I like that the van is also a security barrier. 2:16PM Hello! Good afternoon/early evening - whichever you'd like to call it. Welcome to our liveblog for a rather exciting FA Cup clash between a team stuck dead to the bottom of League One and one who just pulled off a heroic draw in Turin against the mighty Juventus. It's the magic of the cup! Since the Champions League and Premier League take precedent in this terrifying modern life, it's likely that Spurs will field most of their reserves in waiting, meaning Fernando Llorente, Harry Winks, Juan Foythe and a few others knocking on the door have the chance to push for a legit first team starting place. Can Spurs afford to take chances with the second string? Because... if they don't win a trophy then what has this all been about? Tedious trophy talk should not obscure Pochettino's brilliance at Tottenham Rochdale aren't without hope just because they're struggling in the league - this is the magical, mystical FA Cup we're talking about - but they are missing Niall Canavan and Keith Keane through injury and Scott Wiseman, Sam Hart, Mihai Dobre and Billy Knott can't play because they're cup tied.
Rochdale vs Tottenham, FA Cup fifth round: live score updates
5:02PM KICK OFF 2 We're back. Spurs start the second half - will they find a way back into this one? No changes from either manager. 5:00PM Henderson's finish for the goal Credit: REUTERS 4:58PM What'll happen next? Rochdale have been excellent. Early on there were some questionably aggressive challenges but that's worked and Spurs don't seem quite up for this one, everyone except Son and Lucas Moura guilty of taking too long on the ball and some poor touches. And actually, Son's ball control has let him down on several occasions. Pochettino doesn't seem to have learned anything from the Newport game and may have made too many changes. We'll see if that's the case in the second half - if they come out pumped, there's every chance they get one or two goals out of Rochdale, who might wobble if put under pressure. Rochdale can't go into defensive mode too early here - it's the high press and high energy game that's forced Spurs into that error for the goal. Plus, Rochdale can play! 4:49PM HALF TIME Spurs aren't at it! Rochdale have a (not really) shock lead and fully deserve it. 4:47PM GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAALLL! Rochdale goal What a goal! Spurs are caught out! Winks takes too long on the ball, is easily tackled and Rochdale have men over. Great movement splits the centre-backs, Wanyama isn't fast enough to get back, Rose is nowhere to be seen and Henderson holds his run to get on the end of a low pass into the area, finishing past Vorm into the bottom corner. Superb from Rochdale! 4:41PM 42 mins Credit: GETTY IMAGES Rochdale have played some really nice football here. They like passing out from the back and keeping things tidy in midfield. Son plays a one-two with Llorente on the edge of the area but is crowded out and the keeper smothers the loose ball. 4:38PM 39 mins Sissoko is getting a little shirty with some of the Rochdale players he wants to tackle and seems agitated. Llorente is fouled shortly after. 4:36PM 37 mins Lucas Moura knows he can go past anyone he wants and this time chooses to go around the outside of Delaney and into the six yard box. His attempted low pass is cleared behind for a corner, which Trippier comes across to take. from the right. It's headed away and then Rose fouls Cannon in the D. 4:34PM 34 mins Delaney has time on the ball, looks up and then hits a hopeless chipped pass into the left wing. Nobody is there. HENDERSON IS IN BEHIND THE DEFENCE! HE MUST SCORE! Oooooh lordy he's sliced the volley after a beautiful lifted pass puts him one on one with the goalkeeper, and from a narrow angle he's put the shot out for a throw-in. Huge chance. Winks is dictating play for Spurs from the middle and very nearly finds Llorente with a forward pass. He lays it off to Son but the defence closes the move down and clear their lines. 4:30PM 31 mins What. A. Pass. Son looks up and hits a 35 yard diagonal ball over towards Trippier's run, he meets it in the box and fires a low cross into the area. Nobody is there, Moura takes it on, tries to turn and then blasts over from 12 yards. Spurs starting to find space to shoot now. 4:28PM 29 mins Wanyama jumps to head the ball to Vorm but ends up giving away a corner. He's not quite on it today. Sissoko heads away at the six yard box, Winks shields the ball out for a goal kick. 4:26PM 26 mins Rochdale swing the ball in from wide right - Rafferty can cross a ball! - and the Spurs defence have to be strong and alert to deal with it. SON'S AWAY! Spurs are in here! Son sprints down the left channel, shoots on his left and the goalie saves. He passes the rebound inside to Llorente, who goes back and forth before shooting from 12 yards, with the goalkeeper closing him down. Wide. That should be 1-0. 4:23PM 23 mins Credit: AFP A long ball forward and Llorente heads the ball onto Son. He cuts onto his left foot and the defender loses his footing. Son shoots to the far corner... and it's blocked by some smart defending! The corner comes to nothing. This is a decent game! 4:21PM 21 mins Rochdale are having a little bit of a rest from the constant high press but it doesn't matter because Wanyama has passed the ball straight back to them. The goalkeeper goes long and Humphrys wins the header. 4:18PM 18 mins Rochdale are throwing bodies into waves of attack, Alderweireld slips again and has the ball trapped underneath his chest and between his arms. They want a penalty but are never getting it. Oooooohh that is a nasty Sunday League challenge. Horrible. Winks gets up straight away but the 'hard man' lunge on Winks in the middle of the pitch is disgusting and the referee gives the defender a talking to. 4:15PM 15 mins That's a cynical chop from Delaney, as he lunges at and then kicks Lucas Moura off the ball. At any level above League One that's an instant booking but the referee lets it go. The free-kick is curled in and headed by Alderweireld but loops to the goalie's hand. Lillis tries to take his drop kick quickly and Llorente jumps in his way - the ball cannons off him and lands wide of the empty net! That's a foul apparently. Hmmm. 4:13PM 13 mins Son wastes a promising move with a really poor touch, just as Spurs had worked the ball to him in the box. He knocks it long and is then muscled out of possession inside the six yard box. Rafferty curls an excellent early cross to the back post and Trippier has to be awake to cut it out. 4:12PM 12 mins There's a League One challenge if ever you'll see one. Rafferty comes absolutely flying in to a tackle on Danny Rose, going in hard on him as he tries to clear. Think English Sunday League aggression and that's where he's at. Letting them know he's there. That old chestnut. Credit: REUTERS 4:09PM 9 mins Rochdale have started well here but Spurs look suspiciously like they're enjoying themselves and it won't be long before they figure out a way to score. 4:06PM 6 mins Rochdale are pressing high, which is pretty hard to do and rather brave in a 3-5-2. They close down Alderweireld and win possession back near the Spurs box but an attempted switched pass goes out for a throw. The pitch gives way underneath Alderweireld as he tries to stop suddenly and he's extremely lucky that Rochdale don't pick his pocket and run through on goal. Moura is dribbling past Rochdale players like they're training dummies. 4:03PM 4 mins Early danger as Rochdale find space on the left after a flowing passing move and a low cross is cleared away by the Spurs defence. Lucas Moura picks the ball up and runs past two men before chipping to Son on the left. He controls and takes the ball past the defender but loses out before he can pull the trigger, thanks to the covering centre-back. 4:02PM 2 mins Trippier looks like he might have hurt myself, taking his time over a throw in. The Rochdale support are making plenty of noise and the players are moving the ball confidently early on. 4:01PM KICK OFF Here we go! 3:56PM Here come the players! The first game on a lovely new pitch between two teams who have never played each other. 3:54PM Mauricio Pochettino happy with the new pitch "I want to congratulate everyone involved with this hard job to change and improve the pitch. They are happy, we are so happy it is a pitch you can play football on. I think we are all happy but I need to recognise the people involved to improve, it's an amazing job. Congratulations. Football this afternoon is going to win." 3:47PM Keith Hill interview "We're not focused on that. My players are capable and on a one off occasion they can bring their A game, a game they've not produced enough over the course of their careers. We have to make it uncomfortable for them. "It has done but it can't be used as an excuse. I can't change the way the players think, the way we've trained them over the last five years, we're going to test ourselves against supreme opposition who do the things we do about 20/30 times better!" 3:44PM "Resting" big players Alan Shearer has added an experienced opinion on the nonsense of resting big players by putting them on the bench. "The travelling tires you, you've got to do the warm up, if you don't play you'll be doing running after anyway." 3:29PM Rochdale starting lineup Lillis, McGahey, McNulty, Delaney, Rafferty, Cannon, Camps, Kitching, Done, Humphrys, Henderson 3:24PM Still no sign of the Rochdale first XI Keith Hill is at it. Mind games. Psychological warfare! The match has begun before kick off. 3:13PM Beach party! Rochdale holding a kids’ beach party today because of their sandy pitch getting into the news �� pitch is relaid and looks OK today ���� pic.twitter.com/oVGhxYjJXc— Peter Staunton (@petermstaunton) February 18, 2018 3:08PM Spurs starting lineups #THFC: Vorm (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Rose, Wanyama, Winks, Sissoko, Lucas, Son, Llorente. #COYSpic.twitter.com/w80FBmOosc— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 18, 2018 2:53PM Players making their way to the stadium Credit: REUTERS Kyle Walker-Peters at Rochdale Credit: REUTERS I like that the van is also a security barrier. 2:16PM Hello! Good afternoon/early evening - whichever you'd like to call it. Welcome to our liveblog for a rather exciting FA Cup clash between a team stuck dead to the bottom of League One and one who just pulled off a heroic draw in Turin against the mighty Juventus. It's the magic of the cup! Since the Champions League and Premier League take precedent in this terrifying modern life, it's likely that Spurs will field most of their reserves in waiting, meaning Fernando Llorente, Harry Winks, Juan Foythe and a few others knocking on the door have the chance to push for a legit first team starting place. Can Spurs afford to take chances with the second string? Because... if they don't win a trophy then what has this all been about? Tedious trophy talk should not obscure Pochettino's brilliance at Tottenham Rochdale aren't without hope just because they're struggling in the league - this is the magical, mystical FA Cup we're talking about - but they are missing Niall Canavan and Keith Keane through injury and Scott Wiseman, Sam Hart, Mihai Dobre and Billy Knott can't play because they're cup tied.
 5:02PM KICK OFF 2 We're back. Spurs start the second half - will they find a way back into this one? No changes from either manager. 5:00PM Henderson's finish for the goal Credit: REUTERS 4:58PM What'll happen next? Rochdale have been excellent. Early on there were some questionably aggressive challenges but that's worked and Spurs don't seem quite up for this one, everyone except Son and Lucas Moura guilty of taking too long on the ball and some poor touches. And actually, Son's ball control has let him down on several occasions. Pochettino doesn't seem to have learned anything from the Newport game and may have made too many changes. We'll see if that's the case in the second half - if they come out pumped, there's every chance they get one or two goals out of Rochdale, who might wobble if put under pressure. Rochdale can't go into defensive mode too early here - it's the high press and high energy game that's forced Spurs into that error for the goal. Plus, Rochdale can play! 4:49PM HALF TIME Spurs aren't at it! Rochdale have a (not really) shock lead and fully deserve it. 4:47PM GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAALLL! Rochdale goal What a goal! Spurs are caught out! Winks takes too long on the ball, is easily tackled and Rochdale have men over. Great movement splits the centre-backs, Wanyama isn't fast enough to get back, Rose is nowhere to be seen and Henderson holds his run to get on the end of a low pass into the area, finishing past Vorm into the bottom corner. Superb from Rochdale! 4:41PM 42 mins Credit: GETTY IMAGES Rochdale have played some really nice football here. They like passing out from the back and keeping things tidy in midfield. Son plays a one-two with Llorente on the edge of the area but is crowded out and the keeper smothers the loose ball. 4:38PM 39 mins Sissoko is getting a little shirty with some of the Rochdale players he wants to tackle and seems agitated. Llorente is fouled shortly after. 4:36PM 37 mins Lucas Moura knows he can go past anyone he wants and this time chooses to go around the outside of Delaney and into the six yard box. His attempted low pass is cleared behind for a corner, which Trippier comes across to take. from the right. It's headed away and then Rose fouls Cannon in the D. 4:34PM 34 mins Delaney has time on the ball, looks up and then hits a hopeless chipped pass into the left wing. Nobody is there. HENDERSON IS IN BEHIND THE DEFENCE! HE MUST SCORE! Oooooh lordy he's sliced the volley after a beautiful lifted pass puts him one on one with the goalkeeper, and from a narrow angle he's put the shot out for a throw-in. Huge chance. Winks is dictating play for Spurs from the middle and very nearly finds Llorente with a forward pass. He lays it off to Son but the defence closes the move down and clear their lines. 4:30PM 31 mins What. A. Pass. Son looks up and hits a 35 yard diagonal ball over towards Trippier's run, he meets it in the box and fires a low cross into the area. Nobody is there, Moura takes it on, tries to turn and then blasts over from 12 yards. Spurs starting to find space to shoot now. 4:28PM 29 mins Wanyama jumps to head the ball to Vorm but ends up giving away a corner. He's not quite on it today. Sissoko heads away at the six yard box, Winks shields the ball out for a goal kick. 4:26PM 26 mins Rochdale swing the ball in from wide right - Rafferty can cross a ball! - and the Spurs defence have to be strong and alert to deal with it. SON'S AWAY! Spurs are in here! Son sprints down the left channel, shoots on his left and the goalie saves. He passes the rebound inside to Llorente, who goes back and forth before shooting from 12 yards, with the goalkeeper closing him down. Wide. That should be 1-0. 4:23PM 23 mins Credit: AFP A long ball forward and Llorente heads the ball onto Son. He cuts onto his left foot and the defender loses his footing. Son shoots to the far corner... and it's blocked by some smart defending! The corner comes to nothing. This is a decent game! 4:21PM 21 mins Rochdale are having a little bit of a rest from the constant high press but it doesn't matter because Wanyama has passed the ball straight back to them. The goalkeeper goes long and Humphrys wins the header. 4:18PM 18 mins Rochdale are throwing bodies into waves of attack, Alderweireld slips again and has the ball trapped underneath his chest and between his arms. They want a penalty but are never getting it. Oooooohh that is a nasty Sunday League challenge. Horrible. Winks gets up straight away but the 'hard man' lunge on Winks in the middle of the pitch is disgusting and the referee gives the defender a talking to. 4:15PM 15 mins That's a cynical chop from Delaney, as he lunges at and then kicks Lucas Moura off the ball. At any level above League One that's an instant booking but the referee lets it go. The free-kick is curled in and headed by Alderweireld but loops to the goalie's hand. Lillis tries to take his drop kick quickly and Llorente jumps in his way - the ball cannons off him and lands wide of the empty net! That's a foul apparently. Hmmm. 4:13PM 13 mins Son wastes a promising move with a really poor touch, just as Spurs had worked the ball to him in the box. He knocks it long and is then muscled out of possession inside the six yard box. Rafferty curls an excellent early cross to the back post and Trippier has to be awake to cut it out. 4:12PM 12 mins There's a League One challenge if ever you'll see one. Rafferty comes absolutely flying in to a tackle on Danny Rose, going in hard on him as he tries to clear. Think English Sunday League aggression and that's where he's at. Letting them know he's there. That old chestnut. Credit: REUTERS 4:09PM 9 mins Rochdale have started well here but Spurs look suspiciously like they're enjoying themselves and it won't be long before they figure out a way to score. 4:06PM 6 mins Rochdale are pressing high, which is pretty hard to do and rather brave in a 3-5-2. They close down Alderweireld and win possession back near the Spurs box but an attempted switched pass goes out for a throw. The pitch gives way underneath Alderweireld as he tries to stop suddenly and he's extremely lucky that Rochdale don't pick his pocket and run through on goal. Moura is dribbling past Rochdale players like they're training dummies. 4:03PM 4 mins Early danger as Rochdale find space on the left after a flowing passing move and a low cross is cleared away by the Spurs defence. Lucas Moura picks the ball up and runs past two men before chipping to Son on the left. He controls and takes the ball past the defender but loses out before he can pull the trigger, thanks to the covering centre-back. 4:02PM 2 mins Trippier looks like he might have hurt myself, taking his time over a throw in. The Rochdale support are making plenty of noise and the players are moving the ball confidently early on. 4:01PM KICK OFF Here we go! 3:56PM Here come the players! The first game on a lovely new pitch between two teams who have never played each other. 3:54PM Mauricio Pochettino happy with the new pitch "I want to congratulate everyone involved with this hard job to change and improve the pitch. They are happy, we are so happy it is a pitch you can play football on. I think we are all happy but I need to recognise the people involved to improve, it's an amazing job. Congratulations. Football this afternoon is going to win." 3:47PM Keith Hill interview "We're not focused on that. My players are capable and on a one off occasion they can bring their A game, a game they've not produced enough over the course of their careers. We have to make it uncomfortable for them. "It has done but it can't be used as an excuse. I can't change the way the players think, the way we've trained them over the last five years, we're going to test ourselves against supreme opposition who do the things we do about 20/30 times better!" 3:44PM "Resting" big players Alan Shearer has added an experienced opinion on the nonsense of resting big players by putting them on the bench. "The travelling tires you, you've got to do the warm up, if you don't play you'll be doing running after anyway." 3:29PM Rochdale starting lineup Lillis, McGahey, McNulty, Delaney, Rafferty, Cannon, Camps, Kitching, Done, Humphrys, Henderson 3:24PM Still no sign of the Rochdale first XI Keith Hill is at it. Mind games. Psychological warfare! The match has begun before kick off. 3:13PM Beach party! Rochdale holding a kids’ beach party today because of their sandy pitch getting into the news �� pitch is relaid and looks OK today ���� pic.twitter.com/oVGhxYjJXc— Peter Staunton (@petermstaunton) February 18, 2018 3:08PM Spurs starting lineups #THFC: Vorm (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Rose, Wanyama, Winks, Sissoko, Lucas, Son, Llorente. #COYSpic.twitter.com/w80FBmOosc— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 18, 2018 2:53PM Players making their way to the stadium Credit: REUTERS Kyle Walker-Peters at Rochdale Credit: REUTERS I like that the van is also a security barrier. 2:16PM Hello! Good afternoon/early evening - whichever you'd like to call it. Welcome to our liveblog for a rather exciting FA Cup clash between a team stuck dead to the bottom of League One and one who just pulled off a heroic draw in Turin against the mighty Juventus. It's the magic of the cup! Since the Champions League and Premier League take precedent in this terrifying modern life, it's likely that Spurs will field most of their reserves in waiting, meaning Fernando Llorente, Harry Winks, Juan Foythe and a few others knocking on the door have the chance to push for a legit first team starting place. Can Spurs afford to take chances with the second string? Because... if they don't win a trophy then what has this all been about? Tedious trophy talk should not obscure Pochettino's brilliance at Tottenham Rochdale aren't without hope just because they're struggling in the league - this is the magical, mystical FA Cup we're talking about - but they are missing Niall Canavan and Keith Keane through injury and Scott Wiseman, Sam Hart, Mihai Dobre and Billy Knott can't play because they're cup tied.
Rochdale vs Tottenham, FA Cup fifth round: live score updates
5:02PM KICK OFF 2 We're back. Spurs start the second half - will they find a way back into this one? No changes from either manager. 5:00PM Henderson's finish for the goal Credit: REUTERS 4:58PM What'll happen next? Rochdale have been excellent. Early on there were some questionably aggressive challenges but that's worked and Spurs don't seem quite up for this one, everyone except Son and Lucas Moura guilty of taking too long on the ball and some poor touches. And actually, Son's ball control has let him down on several occasions. Pochettino doesn't seem to have learned anything from the Newport game and may have made too many changes. We'll see if that's the case in the second half - if they come out pumped, there's every chance they get one or two goals out of Rochdale, who might wobble if put under pressure. Rochdale can't go into defensive mode too early here - it's the high press and high energy game that's forced Spurs into that error for the goal. Plus, Rochdale can play! 4:49PM HALF TIME Spurs aren't at it! Rochdale have a (not really) shock lead and fully deserve it. 4:47PM GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAALLL! Rochdale goal What a goal! Spurs are caught out! Winks takes too long on the ball, is easily tackled and Rochdale have men over. Great movement splits the centre-backs, Wanyama isn't fast enough to get back, Rose is nowhere to be seen and Henderson holds his run to get on the end of a low pass into the area, finishing past Vorm into the bottom corner. Superb from Rochdale! 4:41PM 42 mins Credit: GETTY IMAGES Rochdale have played some really nice football here. They like passing out from the back and keeping things tidy in midfield. Son plays a one-two with Llorente on the edge of the area but is crowded out and the keeper smothers the loose ball. 4:38PM 39 mins Sissoko is getting a little shirty with some of the Rochdale players he wants to tackle and seems agitated. Llorente is fouled shortly after. 4:36PM 37 mins Lucas Moura knows he can go past anyone he wants and this time chooses to go around the outside of Delaney and into the six yard box. His attempted low pass is cleared behind for a corner, which Trippier comes across to take. from the right. It's headed away and then Rose fouls Cannon in the D. 4:34PM 34 mins Delaney has time on the ball, looks up and then hits a hopeless chipped pass into the left wing. Nobody is there. HENDERSON IS IN BEHIND THE DEFENCE! HE MUST SCORE! Oooooh lordy he's sliced the volley after a beautiful lifted pass puts him one on one with the goalkeeper, and from a narrow angle he's put the shot out for a throw-in. Huge chance. Winks is dictating play for Spurs from the middle and very nearly finds Llorente with a forward pass. He lays it off to Son but the defence closes the move down and clear their lines. 4:30PM 31 mins What. A. Pass. Son looks up and hits a 35 yard diagonal ball over towards Trippier's run, he meets it in the box and fires a low cross into the area. Nobody is there, Moura takes it on, tries to turn and then blasts over from 12 yards. Spurs starting to find space to shoot now. 4:28PM 29 mins Wanyama jumps to head the ball to Vorm but ends up giving away a corner. He's not quite on it today. Sissoko heads away at the six yard box, Winks shields the ball out for a goal kick. 4:26PM 26 mins Rochdale swing the ball in from wide right - Rafferty can cross a ball! - and the Spurs defence have to be strong and alert to deal with it. SON'S AWAY! Spurs are in here! Son sprints down the left channel, shoots on his left and the goalie saves. He passes the rebound inside to Llorente, who goes back and forth before shooting from 12 yards, with the goalkeeper closing him down. Wide. That should be 1-0. 4:23PM 23 mins Credit: AFP A long ball forward and Llorente heads the ball onto Son. He cuts onto his left foot and the defender loses his footing. Son shoots to the far corner... and it's blocked by some smart defending! The corner comes to nothing. This is a decent game! 4:21PM 21 mins Rochdale are having a little bit of a rest from the constant high press but it doesn't matter because Wanyama has passed the ball straight back to them. The goalkeeper goes long and Humphrys wins the header. 4:18PM 18 mins Rochdale are throwing bodies into waves of attack, Alderweireld slips again and has the ball trapped underneath his chest and between his arms. They want a penalty but are never getting it. Oooooohh that is a nasty Sunday League challenge. Horrible. Winks gets up straight away but the 'hard man' lunge on Winks in the middle of the pitch is disgusting and the referee gives the defender a talking to. 4:15PM 15 mins That's a cynical chop from Delaney, as he lunges at and then kicks Lucas Moura off the ball. At any level above League One that's an instant booking but the referee lets it go. The free-kick is curled in and headed by Alderweireld but loops to the goalie's hand. Lillis tries to take his drop kick quickly and Llorente jumps in his way - the ball cannons off him and lands wide of the empty net! That's a foul apparently. Hmmm. 4:13PM 13 mins Son wastes a promising move with a really poor touch, just as Spurs had worked the ball to him in the box. He knocks it long and is then muscled out of possession inside the six yard box. Rafferty curls an excellent early cross to the back post and Trippier has to be awake to cut it out. 4:12PM 12 mins There's a League One challenge if ever you'll see one. Rafferty comes absolutely flying in to a tackle on Danny Rose, going in hard on him as he tries to clear. Think English Sunday League aggression and that's where he's at. Letting them know he's there. That old chestnut. Credit: REUTERS 4:09PM 9 mins Rochdale have started well here but Spurs look suspiciously like they're enjoying themselves and it won't be long before they figure out a way to score. 4:06PM 6 mins Rochdale are pressing high, which is pretty hard to do and rather brave in a 3-5-2. They close down Alderweireld and win possession back near the Spurs box but an attempted switched pass goes out for a throw. The pitch gives way underneath Alderweireld as he tries to stop suddenly and he's extremely lucky that Rochdale don't pick his pocket and run through on goal. Moura is dribbling past Rochdale players like they're training dummies. 4:03PM 4 mins Early danger as Rochdale find space on the left after a flowing passing move and a low cross is cleared away by the Spurs defence. Lucas Moura picks the ball up and runs past two men before chipping to Son on the left. He controls and takes the ball past the defender but loses out before he can pull the trigger, thanks to the covering centre-back. 4:02PM 2 mins Trippier looks like he might have hurt myself, taking his time over a throw in. The Rochdale support are making plenty of noise and the players are moving the ball confidently early on. 4:01PM KICK OFF Here we go! 3:56PM Here come the players! The first game on a lovely new pitch between two teams who have never played each other. 3:54PM Mauricio Pochettino happy with the new pitch "I want to congratulate everyone involved with this hard job to change and improve the pitch. They are happy, we are so happy it is a pitch you can play football on. I think we are all happy but I need to recognise the people involved to improve, it's an amazing job. Congratulations. Football this afternoon is going to win." 3:47PM Keith Hill interview "We're not focused on that. My players are capable and on a one off occasion they can bring their A game, a game they've not produced enough over the course of their careers. We have to make it uncomfortable for them. "It has done but it can't be used as an excuse. I can't change the way the players think, the way we've trained them over the last five years, we're going to test ourselves against supreme opposition who do the things we do about 20/30 times better!" 3:44PM "Resting" big players Alan Shearer has added an experienced opinion on the nonsense of resting big players by putting them on the bench. "The travelling tires you, you've got to do the warm up, if you don't play you'll be doing running after anyway." 3:29PM Rochdale starting lineup Lillis, McGahey, McNulty, Delaney, Rafferty, Cannon, Camps, Kitching, Done, Humphrys, Henderson 3:24PM Still no sign of the Rochdale first XI Keith Hill is at it. Mind games. Psychological warfare! The match has begun before kick off. 3:13PM Beach party! Rochdale holding a kids’ beach party today because of their sandy pitch getting into the news �� pitch is relaid and looks OK today ���� pic.twitter.com/oVGhxYjJXc— Peter Staunton (@petermstaunton) February 18, 2018 3:08PM Spurs starting lineups #THFC: Vorm (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Rose, Wanyama, Winks, Sissoko, Lucas, Son, Llorente. #COYSpic.twitter.com/w80FBmOosc— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 18, 2018 2:53PM Players making their way to the stadium Credit: REUTERS Kyle Walker-Peters at Rochdale Credit: REUTERS I like that the van is also a security barrier. 2:16PM Hello! Good afternoon/early evening - whichever you'd like to call it. Welcome to our liveblog for a rather exciting FA Cup clash between a team stuck dead to the bottom of League One and one who just pulled off a heroic draw in Turin against the mighty Juventus. It's the magic of the cup! Since the Champions League and Premier League take precedent in this terrifying modern life, it's likely that Spurs will field most of their reserves in waiting, meaning Fernando Llorente, Harry Winks, Juan Foythe and a few others knocking on the door have the chance to push for a legit first team starting place. Can Spurs afford to take chances with the second string? Because... if they don't win a trophy then what has this all been about? Tedious trophy talk should not obscure Pochettino's brilliance at Tottenham Rochdale aren't without hope just because they're struggling in the league - this is the magical, mystical FA Cup we're talking about - but they are missing Niall Canavan and Keith Keane through injury and Scott Wiseman, Sam Hart, Mihai Dobre and Billy Knott can't play because they're cup tied.
Here is who the NBC Sports writers are picking to win the opening race of the season.
Staff picks for today’s Daytona 500
Here is who the NBC Sports writers are picking to win the opening race of the season.
Here is who the NBC Sports writers are picking to win the opening race of the season.
Staff picks for today’s Daytona 500
Here is who the NBC Sports writers are picking to win the opening race of the season.
Gregor Townsend has made six changes to his Scotland squad ahead of next weekend's meeting with England in the Six Nations.
Visser, Scott and Nel among six recalled by Scotland
Gregor Townsend has made six changes to his Scotland squad ahead of next weekend's meeting with England in the Six Nations.
Roger Federer of Switzerland holds up the trophy as he celebrates winning his match against Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov in two sets, 6-2, 6-2, in the men's singles final of the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament at the Ahoy stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. At right is tournament director Richard Krajicek. (AP Photo/Patrick Post)
Federer overpowers Dimitrov to win 97th career title
Roger Federer of Switzerland holds up the trophy as he celebrates winning his match against Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov in two sets, 6-2, 6-2, in the men's singles final of the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament at the Ahoy stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. At right is tournament director Richard Krajicek. (AP Photo/Patrick Post)
Roger Federer of Switzerland serves to Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria in the men's singles final of the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament at the Ahoy stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Post)
Federer overpowers Dimitrov to win 97th career title
Roger Federer of Switzerland serves to Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria in the men's singles final of the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament at the Ahoy stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Post)
Tennis player Roger Federer faces the media Friday Feb. 16, 2018, in Rotterdam, Netherlands, after becoming ranked as the world number one player. Federer added another highlight to his age-defying career resurgence Friday, returning to the top of the world rankings for the first time in more than five years and becoming the oldest player to reach the top spot. (AP Photo/Michael C. Corder)
Federer overpowers Dimitrov to win 97th career title
Tennis player Roger Federer faces the media Friday Feb. 16, 2018, in Rotterdam, Netherlands, after becoming ranked as the world number one player. Federer added another highlight to his age-defying career resurgence Friday, returning to the top of the world rankings for the first time in more than five years and becoming the oldest player to reach the top spot. (AP Photo/Michael C. Corder)
Roger Federer of Switzerland plays a shot against Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov in the men's singles final of the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament at the Ahoy stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Post)
Federer overpowers Dimitrov to win 97th career title
Roger Federer of Switzerland plays a shot against Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov in the men's singles final of the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament at the Ahoy stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Post)
Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria plays a shot against Roger Federer of Switzerland in the men's singles final of the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament at the Ahoy stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Post)
Federer overpowers Dimitrov to win 97th career title
Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria plays a shot against Roger Federer of Switzerland in the men's singles final of the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament at the Ahoy stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Post)
FILE - In this file photo dated Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018, Switzerland's Roger Federer celebrates after defeating Croatia's Marin Cilic in the men's singles final at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia. The 36-year-old Federer would become the oldest ever world No. 1, when the new rankings are published upcoming Monday Feb. 19, if he beats leading Dutch player Robin Haase in the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament in Rotterdam.(AP Photo/Dita Alangkara, FILE)
Federer overpowers Dimitrov to win 97th career title
FILE - In this file photo dated Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018, Switzerland's Roger Federer celebrates after defeating Croatia's Marin Cilic in the men's singles final at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia. The 36-year-old Federer would become the oldest ever world No. 1, when the new rankings are published upcoming Monday Feb. 19, if he beats leading Dutch player Robin Haase in the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament in Rotterdam.(AP Photo/Dita Alangkara, FILE)
Roger Federer faces the media Friday Feb. 16, 2018, in Rotterdam, Netherlands, after becoming ranked as the world number one player. Federer added another highlight to his age-defying career resurgence Friday, returning to the top of the world rankings for the first time in more than five years and becoming the oldest player to reach the top spot. (AP Photo/Michael C. Corder)
Federer overpowers Dimitrov to win 97th career title
Roger Federer faces the media Friday Feb. 16, 2018, in Rotterdam, Netherlands, after becoming ranked as the world number one player. Federer added another highlight to his age-defying career resurgence Friday, returning to the top of the world rankings for the first time in more than five years and becoming the oldest player to reach the top spot. (AP Photo/Michael C. Corder)
Roger Federer of Switzerland celebrates his victory over Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria in the men's singles final of the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament at the Ahoy stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Post)
Federer overpowers Dimitrov to win 97th career title
Roger Federer of Switzerland celebrates his victory over Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria in the men's singles final of the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament at the Ahoy stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Post)
Roger Federer of Switzerland plays a shot against Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria in the men's singles final of the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament at the Ahoy stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Post)
Federer overpowers Dimitrov to win 97th career title
Roger Federer of Switzerland plays a shot against Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria in the men's singles final of the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament at the Ahoy stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Post)
Roger Federer of Switzerland holds the trophy as he celebrates winning his match against Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov in two sets, 6-2, 6-2, in the men's singles final of the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament at the Ahoy stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Post)
Federer overpowers Dimitrov to win 97th career title
Roger Federer of Switzerland holds the trophy as he celebrates winning his match against Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov in two sets, 6-2, 6-2, in the men's singles final of the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament at the Ahoy stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Post)
Roger Federer of Switzerland holds up the trophy as he celebrates winning his match against Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov in two sets, 6-2, 6-2, in the men's singles final of the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament at the Ahoy stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Post)
Federer overpowers Dimitrov to win 97th career title
Roger Federer of Switzerland holds up the trophy as he celebrates winning his match against Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov in two sets, 6-2, 6-2, in the men's singles final of the ABN AMRO world tennis tournament at the Ahoy stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Patrick Post)
Ian Henderson's finish on the brink of halftime has Tottenham in panic mode with 45 minutes to play.
Video: Rochdale puts Tottenham on upset alert at the half
Ian Henderson's finish on the brink of halftime has Tottenham in panic mode with 45 minutes to play.
Ian Henderson's finish on the brink of halftime has Tottenham in panic mode with 45 minutes to play.
Video: Rochdale puts Tottenham on upset alert at the half
Ian Henderson's finish on the brink of halftime has Tottenham in panic mode with 45 minutes to play.
 4:58PM What'll happen next? Rochdale have been excellent. Early on there were some questionably aggressive challenges but that's worked and Spurs don't seem quite up for this one, everyone except Son and Lucas Moura guilty of taking too long on the ball and some poor touches. And actually, Son's ball control has let him down on several occasions. Pochettino doesn't seem to have learned anything from the Newport game and may have made too many changes. We'll see if that's the case in the second half - if they come out pumped, there's every chance they get one or two goals out of Rochdale, who might wobble if put under pressure. Rochdale can't go into defensive mode too early here - it's the high press and high energy game that's forced Spurs into that error for the goal. Plus, Rochdale can play! 4:49PM HALF TIME Spurs aren't at it! Rochdale have a (not really) shock lead and fully deserve it. 4:47PM GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAALLL! Rochdale goal What a goal! Spurs are caught out! Winks takes too long on the ball, is easily tackled and Rochdale have men over. Great movement splits the centre-backs, Wanyama isn't fast enough to get back, Rose is nowhere to be seen and Henderson holds his run to get on the end of a low pass into the area, finishing past Vorm into the bottom corner. Superb from Rochdale! 4:41PM 42 mins Credit: GETTY IMAGES Rochdale have played some really nice football here. They like passing out from the back and keeping things tidy in midfield. Son plays a one-two with Llorente on the edge of the area but is crowded out and the keeper smothers the loose ball. 4:38PM 39 mins Sissoko is getting a little shirty with some of the Rochdale players he wants to tackle and seems agitated. Llorente is fouled shortly after. 4:36PM 37 mins Lucas Moura knows he can go past anyone he wants and this time chooses to go around the outside of Delaney and into the six yard box. His attempted low pass is cleared behind for a corner, which Trippier comes across to take. from the right. It's headed away and then Rose fouls Cannon in the D. 4:34PM 34 mins Delaney has time on the ball, looks up and then hits a hopeless chipped pass into the left wing. Nobody is there. HENDERSON IS IN BEHIND THE DEFENCE! HE MUST SCORE! Oooooh lordy he's sliced the volley after a beautiful lifted pass puts him one on one with the goalkeeper, and from a narrow angle he's put the shot out for a throw-in. Huge chance. Winks is dictating play for Spurs from the middle and very nearly finds Llorente with a forward pass. He lays it off to Son but the defence closes the move down and clear their lines. 4:30PM 31 mins What. A. Pass. Son looks up and hits a 35 yard diagonal ball over towards Trippier's run, he meets it in the box and fires a low cross into the area. Nobody is there, Moura takes it on, tries to turn and then blasts over from 12 yards. Spurs starting to find space to shoot now. 4:28PM 29 mins Wanyama jumps to head the ball to Vorm but ends up giving away a corner. He's not quite on it today. Sissoko heads away at the six yard box, Winks shields the ball out for a goal kick. 4:26PM 26 mins Rochdale swing the ball in from wide right - Rafferty can cross a ball! - and the Spurs defence have to be strong and alert to deal with it. SON'S AWAY! Spurs are in here! Son sprints down the left channel, shoots on his left and the goalie saves. He passes the rebound inside to Llorente, who goes back and forth before shooting from 12 yards, with the goalkeeper closing him down. Wide. That should be 1-0. 4:23PM 23 mins Credit: AFP A long ball forward and Llorente heads the ball onto Son. He cuts onto his left foot and the defender loses his footing. Son shoots to the far corner... and it's blocked by some smart defending! The corner comes to nothing. This is a decent game! 4:21PM 21 mins Rochdale are having a little bit of a rest from the constant high press but it doesn't matter because Wanyama has passed the ball straight back to them. The goalkeeper goes long and Humphrys wins the header. 4:18PM 18 mins Rochdale are throwing bodies into waves of attack, Alderweireld slips again and has the ball trapped underneath his chest and between his arms. They want a penalty but are never getting it. Oooooohh that is a nasty Sunday League challenge. Horrible. Winks gets up straight away but the 'hard man' lunge on Winks in the middle of the pitch is disgusting and the referee gives the defender a talking to. 4:15PM 15 mins That's a cynical chop from Delaney, as he lunges at and then kicks Lucas Moura off the ball. At any level above League One that's an instant booking but the referee lets it go. The free-kick is curled in and headed by Alderweireld but loops to the goalie's hand. Lillis tries to take his drop kick quickly and Llorente jumps in his way - the ball cannons off him and lands wide of the empty net! That's a foul apparently. Hmmm. 4:13PM 13 mins Son wastes a promising move with a really poor touch, just as Spurs had worked the ball to him in the box. He knocks it long and is then muscled out of possession inside the six yard box. Rafferty curls an excellent early cross to the back post and Trippier has to be awake to cut it out. 4:12PM 12 mins There's a League One challenge if ever you'll see one. Rafferty comes absolutely flying in to a tackle on Danny Rose, going in hard on him as he tries to clear. Think English Sunday League aggression and that's where he's at. Letting them know he's there. That old chestnut. Credit: REUTERS 4:09PM 9 mins Rochdale have started well here but Spurs look suspiciously like they're enjoying themselves and it won't be long before they figure out a way to score. 4:06PM 6 mins Rochdale are pressing high, which is pretty hard to do and rather brave in a 3-5-2. They close down Alderweireld and win possession back near the Spurs box but an attempted switched pass goes out for a throw. The pitch gives way underneath Alderweireld as he tries to stop suddenly and he's extremely lucky that Rochdale don't pick his pocket and run through on goal. Moura is dribbling past Rochdale players like they're training dummies. 4:03PM 4 mins Early danger as Rochdale find space on the left after a flowing passing move and a low cross is cleared away by the Spurs defence. Lucas Moura picks the ball up and runs past two men before chipping to Son on the left. He controls and takes the ball past the defender but loses out before he can pull the trigger, thanks to the covering centre-back. 4:02PM 2 mins Trippier looks like he might have hurt myself, taking his time over a throw in. The Rochdale support are making plenty of noise and the players are moving the ball confidently early on. 4:01PM KICK OFF Here we go! 3:56PM Here come the players! The first game on a lovely new pitch between two teams who have never played each other. 3:54PM Mauricio Pochettino happy with the new pitch "I want to congratulate everyone involved with this hard job to change and improve the pitch. They are happy, we are so happy it is a pitch you can play football on. I think we are all happy but I need to recognise the people involved to improve, it's an amazing job. Congratulations. Football this afternoon is going to win." 3:47PM Keith Hill interview "We're not focused on that. My players are capable and on a one off occasion they can bring their A game, a game they've not produced enough over the course of their careers. We have to make it uncomfortable for them. "It has done but it can't be used as an excuse. I can't change the way the players think, the way we've trained them over the last five years, we're going to test ourselves against supreme opposition who do the things we do about 20/30 times better!" 3:44PM "Resting" big players Alan Shearer has added an experienced opinion on the nonsense of resting big players by putting them on the bench. "The travelling tires you, you've got to do the warm up, if you don't play you'll be doing running after anyway." 3:29PM Rochdale starting lineup Lillis, McGahey, McNulty, Delaney, Rafferty, Cannon, Camps, Kitching, Done, Humphrys, Henderson 3:24PM Still no sign of the Rochdale first XI Keith Hill is at it. Mind games. Psychological warfare! The match has begun before kick off. 3:13PM Beach party! Rochdale holding a kids’ beach party today because of their sandy pitch getting into the news �� pitch is relaid and looks OK today ���� pic.twitter.com/oVGhxYjJXc— Peter Staunton (@petermstaunton) February 18, 2018 3:08PM Spurs starting lineups #THFC: Vorm (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Rose, Wanyama, Winks, Sissoko, Lucas, Son, Llorente. #COYSpic.twitter.com/w80FBmOosc— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 18, 2018 2:53PM Players making their way to the stadium Credit: REUTERS Kyle Walker-Peters at Rochdale Credit: REUTERS I like that the van is also a security barrier. 2:16PM Hello! Good afternoon/early evening - whichever you'd like to call it. Welcome to our liveblog for a rather exciting FA Cup clash between a team stuck dead to the bottom of League One and one who just pulled off a heroic draw in Turin against the mighty Juventus. It's the magic of the cup! Since the Champions League and Premier League take precedent in this terrifying modern life, it's likely that Spurs will field most of their reserves in waiting, meaning Fernando Llorente, Harry Winks, Juan Foythe and a few others knocking on the door have the chance to push for a legit first team starting place. Can Spurs afford to take chances with the second string? Because... if they don't win a trophy then what has this all been about? Tedious trophy talk should not obscure Pochettino's brilliance at Tottenham Rochdale aren't without hope just because they're struggling in the league - this is the magical, mystical FA Cup we're talking about - but they are missing Niall Canavan and Keith Keane through injury and Scott Wiseman, Sam Hart, Mihai Dobre and Billy Knott can't play because they're cup tied.
Rochdale vs Tottenham, FA Cup fifth round: live score updates
4:58PM What'll happen next? Rochdale have been excellent. Early on there were some questionably aggressive challenges but that's worked and Spurs don't seem quite up for this one, everyone except Son and Lucas Moura guilty of taking too long on the ball and some poor touches. And actually, Son's ball control has let him down on several occasions. Pochettino doesn't seem to have learned anything from the Newport game and may have made too many changes. We'll see if that's the case in the second half - if they come out pumped, there's every chance they get one or two goals out of Rochdale, who might wobble if put under pressure. Rochdale can't go into defensive mode too early here - it's the high press and high energy game that's forced Spurs into that error for the goal. Plus, Rochdale can play! 4:49PM HALF TIME Spurs aren't at it! Rochdale have a (not really) shock lead and fully deserve it. 4:47PM GOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAALLL! Rochdale goal What a goal! Spurs are caught out! Winks takes too long on the ball, is easily tackled and Rochdale have men over. Great movement splits the centre-backs, Wanyama isn't fast enough to get back, Rose is nowhere to be seen and Henderson holds his run to get on the end of a low pass into the area, finishing past Vorm into the bottom corner. Superb from Rochdale! 4:41PM 42 mins Credit: GETTY IMAGES Rochdale have played some really nice football here. They like passing out from the back and keeping things tidy in midfield. Son plays a one-two with Llorente on the edge of the area but is crowded out and the keeper smothers the loose ball. 4:38PM 39 mins Sissoko is getting a little shirty with some of the Rochdale players he wants to tackle and seems agitated. Llorente is fouled shortly after. 4:36PM 37 mins Lucas Moura knows he can go past anyone he wants and this time chooses to go around the outside of Delaney and into the six yard box. His attempted low pass is cleared behind for a corner, which Trippier comes across to take. from the right. It's headed away and then Rose fouls Cannon in the D. 4:34PM 34 mins Delaney has time on the ball, looks up and then hits a hopeless chipped pass into the left wing. Nobody is there. HENDERSON IS IN BEHIND THE DEFENCE! HE MUST SCORE! Oooooh lordy he's sliced the volley after a beautiful lifted pass puts him one on one with the goalkeeper, and from a narrow angle he's put the shot out for a throw-in. Huge chance. Winks is dictating play for Spurs from the middle and very nearly finds Llorente with a forward pass. He lays it off to Son but the defence closes the move down and clear their lines. 4:30PM 31 mins What. A. Pass. Son looks up and hits a 35 yard diagonal ball over towards Trippier's run, he meets it in the box and fires a low cross into the area. Nobody is there, Moura takes it on, tries to turn and then blasts over from 12 yards. Spurs starting to find space to shoot now. 4:28PM 29 mins Wanyama jumps to head the ball to Vorm but ends up giving away a corner. He's not quite on it today. Sissoko heads away at the six yard box, Winks shields the ball out for a goal kick. 4:26PM 26 mins Rochdale swing the ball in from wide right - Rafferty can cross a ball! - and the Spurs defence have to be strong and alert to deal with it. SON'S AWAY! Spurs are in here! Son sprints down the left channel, shoots on his left and the goalie saves. He passes the rebound inside to Llorente, who goes back and forth before shooting from 12 yards, with the goalkeeper closing him down. Wide. That should be 1-0. 4:23PM 23 mins Credit: AFP A long ball forward and Llorente heads the ball onto Son. He cuts onto his left foot and the defender loses his footing. Son shoots to the far corner... and it's blocked by some smart defending! The corner comes to nothing. This is a decent game! 4:21PM 21 mins Rochdale are having a little bit of a rest from the constant high press but it doesn't matter because Wanyama has passed the ball straight back to them. The goalkeeper goes long and Humphrys wins the header. 4:18PM 18 mins Rochdale are throwing bodies into waves of attack, Alderweireld slips again and has the ball trapped underneath his chest and between his arms. They want a penalty but are never getting it. Oooooohh that is a nasty Sunday League challenge. Horrible. Winks gets up straight away but the 'hard man' lunge on Winks in the middle of the pitch is disgusting and the referee gives the defender a talking to. 4:15PM 15 mins That's a cynical chop from Delaney, as he lunges at and then kicks Lucas Moura off the ball. At any level above League One that's an instant booking but the referee lets it go. The free-kick is curled in and headed by Alderweireld but loops to the goalie's hand. Lillis tries to take his drop kick quickly and Llorente jumps in his way - the ball cannons off him and lands wide of the empty net! That's a foul apparently. Hmmm. 4:13PM 13 mins Son wastes a promising move with a really poor touch, just as Spurs had worked the ball to him in the box. He knocks it long and is then muscled out of possession inside the six yard box. Rafferty curls an excellent early cross to the back post and Trippier has to be awake to cut it out. 4:12PM 12 mins There's a League One challenge if ever you'll see one. Rafferty comes absolutely flying in to a tackle on Danny Rose, going in hard on him as he tries to clear. Think English Sunday League aggression and that's where he's at. Letting them know he's there. That old chestnut. Credit: REUTERS 4:09PM 9 mins Rochdale have started well here but Spurs look suspiciously like they're enjoying themselves and it won't be long before they figure out a way to score. 4:06PM 6 mins Rochdale are pressing high, which is pretty hard to do and rather brave in a 3-5-2. They close down Alderweireld and win possession back near the Spurs box but an attempted switched pass goes out for a throw. The pitch gives way underneath Alderweireld as he tries to stop suddenly and he's extremely lucky that Rochdale don't pick his pocket and run through on goal. Moura is dribbling past Rochdale players like they're training dummies. 4:03PM 4 mins Early danger as Rochdale find space on the left after a flowing passing move and a low cross is cleared away by the Spurs defence. Lucas Moura picks the ball up and runs past two men before chipping to Son on the left. He controls and takes the ball past the defender but loses out before he can pull the trigger, thanks to the covering centre-back. 4:02PM 2 mins Trippier looks like he might have hurt myself, taking his time over a throw in. The Rochdale support are making plenty of noise and the players are moving the ball confidently early on. 4:01PM KICK OFF Here we go! 3:56PM Here come the players! The first game on a lovely new pitch between two teams who have never played each other. 3:54PM Mauricio Pochettino happy with the new pitch "I want to congratulate everyone involved with this hard job to change and improve the pitch. They are happy, we are so happy it is a pitch you can play football on. I think we are all happy but I need to recognise the people involved to improve, it's an amazing job. Congratulations. Football this afternoon is going to win." 3:47PM Keith Hill interview "We're not focused on that. My players are capable and on a one off occasion they can bring their A game, a game they've not produced enough over the course of their careers. We have to make it uncomfortable for them. "It has done but it can't be used as an excuse. I can't change the way the players think, the way we've trained them over the last five years, we're going to test ourselves against supreme opposition who do the things we do about 20/30 times better!" 3:44PM "Resting" big players Alan Shearer has added an experienced opinion on the nonsense of resting big players by putting them on the bench. "The travelling tires you, you've got to do the warm up, if you don't play you'll be doing running after anyway." 3:29PM Rochdale starting lineup Lillis, McGahey, McNulty, Delaney, Rafferty, Cannon, Camps, Kitching, Done, Humphrys, Henderson 3:24PM Still no sign of the Rochdale first XI Keith Hill is at it. Mind games. Psychological warfare! The match has begun before kick off. 3:13PM Beach party! Rochdale holding a kids’ beach party today because of their sandy pitch getting into the news �� pitch is relaid and looks OK today ���� pic.twitter.com/oVGhxYjJXc— Peter Staunton (@petermstaunton) February 18, 2018 3:08PM Spurs starting lineups #THFC: Vorm (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Rose, Wanyama, Winks, Sissoko, Lucas, Son, Llorente. #COYSpic.twitter.com/w80FBmOosc— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 18, 2018 2:53PM Players making their way to the stadium Credit: REUTERS Kyle Walker-Peters at Rochdale Credit: REUTERS I like that the van is also a security barrier. 2:16PM Hello! Good afternoon/early evening - whichever you'd like to call it. Welcome to our liveblog for a rather exciting FA Cup clash between a team stuck dead to the bottom of League One and one who just pulled off a heroic draw in Turin against the mighty Juventus. It's the magic of the cup! Since the Champions League and Premier League take precedent in this terrifying modern life, it's likely that Spurs will field most of their reserves in waiting, meaning Fernando Llorente, Harry Winks, Juan Foythe and a few others knocking on the door have the chance to push for a legit first team starting place. Can Spurs afford to take chances with the second string? Because... if they don't win a trophy then what has this all been about? Tedious trophy talk should not obscure Pochettino's brilliance at Tottenham Rochdale aren't without hope just because they're struggling in the league - this is the magical, mystical FA Cup we're talking about - but they are missing Niall Canavan and Keith Keane through injury and Scott Wiseman, Sam Hart, Mihai Dobre and Billy Knott can't play because they're cup tied.
Así está la clasificación por ser el mejor goleador de Europa.
Cavani empata a Kane: así está la lucha por la Bota de Oro 2017/18
Así está la clasificación por ser el mejor goleador de Europa.
Así está la clasificación por ser el mejor goleador de Europa.
Cavani empata a Kane: así está la lucha por la Bota de Oro 2017/18
Así está la clasificación por ser el mejor goleador de Europa.
Así está la clasificación por ser el mejor goleador de Europa.
Cavani empata a Kane: así está la lucha por la Bota de Oro 2017/18
Así está la clasificación por ser el mejor goleador de Europa.
Jin Young Ko of South Korea watches her shot on the seventh hole during the final round of the LPGA KEB HanaBank Championship at Sky72 Golf Club in Incheon, South Korea, Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)
South Korea's Jin Young Ko wins Australian Open
Jin Young Ko of South Korea watches her shot on the seventh hole during the final round of the LPGA KEB HanaBank Championship at Sky72 Golf Club in Incheon, South Korea, Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)
Leicester City looking to the future in defence
Leicester City looking to the future in defence
Leicester City looking to the future in defence
Leicester City looking to the future in defence
Leicester City looking to the future in defence
Leicester City looking to the future in defence
Leicester City looking to the future in defence
Leicester City looking to the future in defence
Leicester City looking to the future in defence
Bala Nikyu's side will have to wait at least two years for another opportunity to qualify for the competition
Nigeria fail to reach Fifa U17 Women's World Cup for first time as Cameroon qualify
Bala Nikyu's side will have to wait at least two years for another opportunity to qualify for the competition
Stuttgart's Mario Gomez celebrates the opening goal while carrying teammate Erik Thommy during the German Bundesliga soccer match between FC Augsburg and VfB Stuttgart, in Augsburg, Germany, Sunday, Feb.18, 2018. (Matthias Balk/dpa via AP)
Gomez scores Stuttgart winner, sends signal to Germany coach
Stuttgart's Mario Gomez celebrates the opening goal while carrying teammate Erik Thommy during the German Bundesliga soccer match between FC Augsburg and VfB Stuttgart, in Augsburg, Germany, Sunday, Feb.18, 2018. (Matthias Balk/dpa via AP)
Augsburg's Koo Ja-cheol , left, and Stuttgart's Santiago Ascacibar challenge for the ball during the German Bundesliga soccer match between FC Augsburg and VfB Stuttgart, in Augsburg, Germany, Sunday, Feb.18, 2018. (Matthias Balk/dpa via AP)
Gomez scores Stuttgart winner, sends signal to Germany coach
Augsburg's Koo Ja-cheol , left, and Stuttgart's Santiago Ascacibar challenge for the ball during the German Bundesliga soccer match between FC Augsburg and VfB Stuttgart, in Augsburg, Germany, Sunday, Feb.18, 2018. (Matthias Balk/dpa via AP)
Dortmund goalkeeper Roman Buerki watches the bad pitch, with grass looking like a rag rug, prior the German Bundesliga soccer match between Borussia Moenchengladbach and Borussia Dortmund in Moenchengladbach, Germany, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
Gomez scores Stuttgart winner, sends signal to Germany coach
Dortmund goalkeeper Roman Buerki watches the bad pitch, with grass looking like a rag rug, prior the German Bundesliga soccer match between Borussia Moenchengladbach and Borussia Dortmund in Moenchengladbach, Germany, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
The Flyers visit the Rangers at 12 p.m. ET on NBC.
WATCH LIVE: Philadelphia Flyers vs. New York Rangers
The Flyers visit the Rangers at 12 p.m. ET on NBC.

Qué leer a continuación