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 By Dan Fitch

Tottenham's shock FA Cup exit has positives and negatives

Leicester City knocked out Tottenham Hotspur with a 2-1 win in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

There are three ways to react to a bad result. The first is disappointment, often expressed through sulking, ranting or breaking stuff.

The second -- and almost certainly the most annoying for everyone else -- is to pretend the bad result is in some way a good thing, as if conceding two goals in the last seven minutes at home is all part of some grand master plan.

And the third, and most rational, is a mixture of one and two. Yes, you're disappointed -- angry even -- but you hold things together...

Leicester's FA Cup comeback stuns Tottenham

Leicester City knocked out Tottenham Hotspur with a 2-1 win in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

LONDON -- Three thoughts on Leicester's 2-1 win vs. Tottenham in the FA Cup fourth round Saturday.

1. Leicester finally get what they deserve

Unlike so many of the teams who have propped up the Premier League in recent years, Leicester City aren't actually that bad. They have shape, discipline, pace and determination. What they don't have is luck.

All too often, they are beaten by a single goal, compromised by a solitary mistake or held back by an opponent's heroic moment of defiance. For so long,...

 By John Crace

Pochettino has backed Tottenham into a corner ahead of Leicester clash

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti and Steve Nicol analyse whether Tottenham has enough depth to win the Capital One Cup and finish top four in the Premier League.

With the fixtures piling up relentlessly, Saturday's fourth-round FA Cup tie against Leicester comes as a mixed blessing for Tottenham.

With the second leg of the Capital One Cup semifinal against Sheffield United coming up Wednesday and Spurs still pressing for a top-four finish in the Premier league, the FA Cup is not the most pressing of priorities for manager Mauricio Pochettino. It is still, though, the country's most prestigious knockout cup competition, and the home fans will be expecting...

 By Dan Fitch

Andros Townsend earns Tottenham Capital One Cup semifinal advantage

Andros Townsend's late penalty gave Tottenham a 1-0 lead as Spurs head to Bramall Lane for the second leg of their Capital One Cup semifinal.

Things did not go to plan for Tottenham Wednesday night in their 1-0 win over Sheffield United in the first leg of their Capital One Cup semifinal, but it would be wrong to label the result a disaster.

The League One side worked extremely hard and were very organised. They made it difficult for Spurs to break them down and as has so often been the case at White Hart Lane this season, the home side struggled to pick apart this sort of opposition.

The game looked to be heading for a goalless draw...

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Andros Townsend's penalty edges Tottenham over gritty Sheffield Utd

Only Tottenham's 74th-minute penalty scored by Andros Townsend could breach a determined Sheffield United defence.

LONDON -- Three observations from Tottenham's 1-0 victory over League One side Sheffield United in the first leg of the Capital One Cup semifinals at White Hart Lane. 

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1. Sheffield United blunt Tottenham's attack

Tottenham's route to Wembley is by no means secured. Next week's second leg will be on nearly as much a knife-edge as Tuesday's tie between Chelsea and Liverpool. Even Tottenham's emerging striker Harry Kane looked blunted by Sheffield United's defence. He ran with typical vigour,...

 By Michael Cox

Christian Eriksen is the reliable No. 10 that Tottenham have lacked

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Christian Eriksen (88') Tottenham 2-1 Sunderland

You can never entirely judge a player upon highlights alone, but a showreel of that individual's goals often summarises their footballing personality.

Watch Thierry Henry's 228 Arsenal goals and you'll find his cool, composed finishes epitomise his grace and nonchalance. View Cristiano Ronaldo's and you'll witness his sheer power. Observe Lionel Messi's collection and you'll marvel at his immaculate precision.

Tottenham's Christian Eriksen is a fine example, because the Danish playmaker scores...