Photograph: David Klein/Reuters24 min: Ryan Sessegnon takes on Zak Swanson down the left flank but is steered towards the byline. His attempted cross is blocked by the defender and the ball ricochets wide off the Spurs left wing-back. Goal kick. 22 min: Another Tottenham corner. Son’s delivery is headed out for another one by Colby Bishop, who complains to the referee that he was being pushed in the back.
9 min: Spurs corner after Michael Morrison blocks a Ryan Sessegnon cross and puts the ball behind. Nothing comes from the set-piece and Portsmouth break upfield. Fraser Forster clears up at the back for Tottenham. 8 min: Emerson Royal is fouled by Denver Hume out by the right touchline. Free-kick for Spurs, who will send the ball into the Portsmouth box. Son’s delivery isn’t the best and Portsmouth clear comfortably. 6 min: Portsmouth win a free-kick near the centre-circle, lump the ball forward and it’s put out for a Spurs goal-kick.
Skipp could conceivably have seen red there. 26 min: Oliver Skipp tries to reun on to a through ball down the left side of the Portsmouth penalty area. Josh Griffiths darts out to smother the ball and prevent Skipp from getting a shot off from a tight angle. Tottenham Hotspur's Oliver Skipp is thwarted by Portsmouth's keeper Joshua Griffiths as Sean Raggett (right) looks on.
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There’s nobody in a white shirt on hand to do any damage. 36 min: Harry Kane tries and fails to pick out Son with a delivery into the Portsmouth penalty area. The visitors clear. 35 min: Ryan Sessegnon has another attempted cross blocked by Zak Swanson, who subsequently shepherds the Tottenham wing-back to the touchline.
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Portsmouth fans at White Hart Lane. Photograph: Jason Brown/ProSports/REX/ShutterstockPortsmouth defender Denver Hume warms up alongside his teammates ahead of kick-off. Photograph: Jason Brown/ProSports/REX/ShutterstockSon Heung-min leads Tottenham’s players out for their warm-up at White Hart Lane. Photograph: Tottenham Hotspur FC/Getty ImagesTottenham Hotspur v Portsmouth line-upsTottenham Hotspur: Forster, Royal, Tanganga, Sanchez, Davies, Sessegnon, Bissouma, Sarr, Gil, Son, Kane. Subs: Lloris, Doherty, Spence, Romero, Lenglet, White, Hojbjerg, Skipp, Devine. Portsmouth: Griffiths, Morrison, Raggett, Ogilvie, Swanson, Tunnicliffe, Morrell, Hume, Dale, Bishop, Hackett.
While taking them for South Korea, he seemed incapable of clearing the first man on the near post. His deliveries are going dseeper today but only one has been dangerous. 28 min: Oliver Skipp miscontrols the ball, giving it away to Michael Morrison. The late Spurs replacement lunges in with his studs up to try to win it back and catches the Portsmouth defender on his ankle. Skipp is spared a yellow card, which seems a bit of a surprise. Lenient refereeing from Thomas Bramall and his VAR Graham Scott.
Not long now: Tottenham’s players are kept waiting in the tunnel for several minutes by their visitors, who seem reluctant to leave the kind of well appointed dressing-room they don’t get to change in very often. When they finally deign to join their hosts, the teams are led out by referee Thomas Bramall and his team of match officials. Once on the pitch, the players eventually get to shake hands. Photograph: Ian Kington/AFP/Getty ImagesPortsmouth: A huge contingent of almost 9, 000 Portsmouth devotees have travelled to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to cheer on their team, which has been picked by caretaker manager Simon Bassey, who will be in the technical area today. Portsmouth did request additional tickets for their fans but their request was turned down.
Son’s next delivery is cleared, but only as far as Oliver Skipp. Tottenham continue to press and probe around the Portsmouth penalty area but Zack Swanson steals the ball from Son with a good, well-timed tackle inside his own penalty area. 19 min: With Portsmouth on the attack halfway inside the Tottenham half, Ryan Tunnicliffe gives the ball away to Son with a misplaced pass but works industriously to win it straight back again. Portsmouth don’t look at all out of their depth here, seem confident in possession and are moving the ball around nicely. 17 min: Pape Matar Sarr and Emerson Royal combine down the right flank for Spurs but the ball runs out of play before the right wing-back can get a cross in. 16 min: Bryan Gill whips a cross into the Portsmouth penalty area from the right flank but his delivery is too close to Josh Griffiths, who claims confidently.
14 min: Morrison puts the ball out for another Spurs corner and Son’s inswinger floats menacingly towards the far post. Josh Griffith flaps at the ball first time around but recovers to block a Harry Kane shot from close range that takes a deflection off Denver Hume. 12 min: Fraser Forster is forced into action, diving to his right to save a Reeco Hackett-Fairchild shot on the turn. He claws the ball around his post for a corner. That’s the first chance of note in the game and it’s gone to the League One side. Portsmouth’s Reeco Hackett-Fairchild fires in an acrobatic shot. Photograph: Julian Finney/Getty Images11 min: Portsmouth goalkeeper Josh Griffiths, in on loan from West Brom, rushes to the edge of his penalty area to collect a long ball up the inside right from Japhet Tanganga.
The hosts play it out from the back and set about trying to find an opening. 3 min: Tottenham win their first corner, Royal’s cross going behind off Owen Dale. Still wearing his protective facemask, Son sends the ball into the Portsmouth penalty area. He overhits his delivery and the ball is cleared. 2 min: Portsmouth win a throw-in deep in Tottenham territory and it’s taken long by Connor Ogilvie. Harry Kane puts the ball out for a corner, which Ryan Tunnicliffe sends into the mixer. It’s headed clear.
Tottenham Hotspur v Portsmouth is go1 min: Portsmouth get the ball rolling, their players wearing blue shirts, white shorts and red socks. The players of Tottenham are in their usual home kit of white shirts, navy shorts and white socks. A late replacement for Spurs: Just back from injury, Yves Bissouma seems to have done himself a mischief in the warm-up and has been replaced by Oliver Skipp in midfield.
Davinson Sanchez is unable to get enough power on his header to trouble Griffiths unduly. 39 min: I stand corrected. Replays show Griffith did actually get a fingertip on that cross in a bid to steer it away from any imminent dangers at the far post. Apologies, Josh. 37 min: A Sessegnon cross from the left whistles across the face of the Tottenham goal, with Josh Griffiths stretching to intercept the ball but failing to lay a glove on it.
Great defending from Portsmouth, who look very well organised. 33 min: Owen Dale, who it seems isn’t actually Cup-tied and has been cleared to play by his parent club Blackpool, wins a corner for Portsmouth. Nothing comes of it. 31 min: Tottenham win what seems like their 274th corner of the half. Son sends the ball straight into the gloves of Josh Griffith. I noticed during the World Cup that his corner-taking was conspicuously poor and it doesn’t seem to have improved a great deal since his return from Qatar.
Subs: Oluwayemi, Freeman, Dockerill, Thompson, Payce, Curtis, Jacobs, Koroma, Pigott. Team news: Antonio Conte makes eight changes to the side that started against Crystal Palace but the front three of Harry Kane, Heung-min Son and Bryan Gill all keep their places because injuries dictate their manager has few other options to choose from. Portsmouth make four changes to the line-up that lost against Charlton, two of them enforced. Marlon Pack is suspended, while Tottenham loanee Dane Scarlett is ineligible.
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