The Football Association has written to Tottenham and Manchester United to apologise for a tweet sent from the FA Cup's official account that mocked striker Harry Kane after Spurs' defeat on Saturday.
Both Spurs and United were left angry by the joke at Kane's expense and sources said the striker, who could captain England at this summer's World Cup, was bemused and disappointed by the tweet, which came at the end of a difficult week for the player and his club.
LONDON -- A maudlin Mauricio Pochettino said his Tottenham team are close enough to touch success after defeat by Manchester United in the FA Cup semifinal but he admitted they need more time "with me or another" to get there.
Spurs extended their record of consecutive FA Cup semifinal defeats to eight with a 2-1 reverse at Wembley Stadium after United came from behind to win through goals from Alexis Sanchez and Ander Herrera.
The Londoners led through Dele Alli on the night but their trophy drought...