Tottenham beat Swansea, secure 'home' FA Cup SF at Wembley

Tottenham will be without Harry Kane for the tie following his recent ankle ligament injury

Tottenham will be without Harry Kane for the tie following his recent ankle ligament injury

Tottenham Hotspur beat Swansea City 3-0 at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday to book their spot in the FA Cup semifinal for the second time in as many seasons.

Spurs were in total control and ahead as early as the 11th minute, when Eriksen scored another attractive goal to add to his collection.

Crystal Palace escaped the drop zone by beating Huddersfield 2-0, with Southampton dropping into the danger zone having played a game less.

The ties will be placed on April 21 and 22.

Top scorer Kane faces several weeks out after injuring his ankle in the Premier League win at Bournemouth last week but Spurs hardly missed the England man as they strolled to victory.

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Early on Nathan Dyer burst through and although it looked like he could've won a penalty kick as Michel Vorm raced out, neither the referee or VAR awarded the Swans a penalty kick. "He has taken his game to the next level and he's up there with the best midfielders".

Spurs were 1-0 up in their FA Cup quarter-final when Heung-Min Son had a 23rd-minute goal ruled out for offside. United are second, Tottenham fourth, Chelsea fifth and Southampton 18th.

Swansea made a change at the break, replacing Kyle Naughton with Luciano Narsingh, but the pattern remain unchanged as Spurs pressed for a third goal.

Chances kept coming for Spurs.

Nordfeldt then kept his team in the contest with a superb save to turn away Erik Dier's goal-bound long-range effort. Shortly after that Lucas Moura came within inches of touching in a cross from Lamela and Eriksen, once again afforded far too much room, struck another superb left-foot shot that Kristoffer Nordfeldt, stretching every sinew, brilliantly tipped onto the crossbar.

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