Burnley 0 – 1 Tottenham


Lucas Moura headed Tottenham into the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup in an attritional, laborious-fought 1-0 win over Burnley at Turf Moor.

Spurs had didn’t have a shot within the second half of their defeat to West Ham within the Premier League on Sunday and it took them till the sixty fifth minute to work Nick Pope on this tie, with the goalkeeper producing a surprising cease to disclaim Giovani Lo Celso from a one-on-one.

But sub Moura, who had changed the injured Bryan Gil on 25 minutes, discovered a well past Pope with a forceful header (68) to provide Nuno’s aspect a a lot-wanted enhance.

Burnley didn’t report a shot heading in the right direction themselves till the eighty fifth minute however ought to have had a penalty when Davinson Sanchez hauled Nathan Collins to the ground from a primary-half nook. However, with referee Peter Bankes waving away the appeals and no VAR in operation, Spurs have been in a position to capitalise on their success.

There was a late cost from the hosts however Spurs survived the aerial bombardment and they’re going to now be within the draw for the Carabao Cup final eight, which takes place reside on Sky Sports’ Soccer AM this Saturday from 10.30am.

More to observe…

Davinson Sanchez pulls Nathan Collins to the bottom from a nook

When is the draw for the Carabao Cup quarter-finals?

The quarter-last draw will happen reside on Soccer AM this Saturday from 10.30am

Hosts Fenners and Jimmy Bullard will likely be conducting the draw, which will likely be reside on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Football, Soccer AM’s YouTube channel and the EFL’s Twitter account.

Carabao Cup 2021/22 schedule…

  • Fourth spherical: October 27
  • Quarter-finals: December 21 and 22
  • Semi-finals: January 4/5 and 11/12
  • Final: February 27

What’s subsequent for Burnley and Tottenham?

Burnley host Brentford within the Premier League on Saturday at 3pm whereas Tottenham are at dwelling to Manchester United reside on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event on Saturday Night Football; protection begins at 5pm with kick-off at 5.30pm.

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