• Harry Kane substitute after suffering ankle injury after seven minutes.
  • Substitute Christian Eriksen opens the scoring after 31 minutes.
  • Son Heung-Min doubles lead with sublime strike.
  • South Korea international volleys home third from Trippier pass.
  • Dele Alli taps home from Christian Eriksen.
  • Substitute Vincent Janssen scores first goal from open play.
  • Son completes hat-trick after horror show from goalkeeper Tom King.
  • Eight-time winners Tottenham Hotspur reach semi-final for first time since 2012.
  • Arsenal and Manchester City already in the draw for the semi-finals at Wembley.
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Tottenham join Arsenal and Man City in a star-studded semi-final line-up in the FAQ Cup. Chelsea or Manchester United will join them in the final quarter-final clash tomorrow. We'll be back with live coverage of Jose Mourinho's latest return to Stamford Bridge tomorrow, but until then you can enjoy the final Premier League game of the day as Liverpool host Burnley. Join me on the other side!


GOAL! Tottenham 6-0 Millwall (Son Heung-Min)

Humiliation complete for Millwall. Son completes his hat-trick with a volley which King spills into his own net. The South Korean will claim it, a pertinent treble on the day Harry Kane suffered a bad ankle injury.


Some comedy from Millwall fans, though it hasn't been all pleasant from that direction today.


Tottenham going back to Wembley where they haven't won competitively in 90 minutes since 1999. That record may need to improve if they're to reach their first FA Cup final since 1991.


And Janssen should have a second but he plants his free header at King. Brilliant chance to double his tally, almost easier than the first.


Here is the scale of Janssen's achievement. It's been a long time coming.


GOAL! Tottenham 5-0 Millwall (Vincent Janssen)

It really is going all Tottenham's way. Vincent Janssen off the bench and onto the scoresheet for the first time in open play. he collects Son's pass and nonchalantly sweeps the ball into the corner. How he and Spurs needed that, with Harry Kane facing a spell out injured.


Not what we wanted to hear from the Lane. A fan hit by an object.


GOAL! Tottenham 4-0 Millwall (Dele Alli)

Tottenham have done to Millwall what they did to Fulham and they lead by four. Christian Eriksen crosses and Alli is on hand to net what is his 16th goal of the season. Great haul for the 20-year-old.


Son nets his second to put the result beyond doubt.

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Son Heung-Min rejoices after netting Tottenham's second before half-time.

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Christian Eriksen celebrates the opening goal at White Hart Lane.

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GOAL! Tottenham 3-0 Millwall (Son Heung-Min)

Another picture-book goal from Spurs and we'll be seeing them in the semi-finals. Keiran Trippier curls a beautiful ball around the corner and Son takes the ball on the volley and fires the ball past King.


Back underway at White Hart Lane. Big task at hand for Millwall.


Half time: Tottenham 2-0 Millwall

Easy Sunday afternoon for Spurs, despite the loss of Harry kane which now hangs over this game. Eriksen and Son with the goals to all-but see off Millwall, but the loss of the England forward will be Mauricio Pochettino's upmost concern.


GOAL! Tottenham 2-0 Millwall (Son Heung-Min)

Stunning goal probably puts the tie beyond League One Millwall. Son miss-controls the ball wide on the right but he is allowed to come inside and curl into the top corner from 20 yards. Brilliant goal, and without Harry Kane this is all the more impressive.


GOAL! Tottenham 1-0 Millwall (Christian Eriksen)

Mauricio Pochettino looks fuming on the touchline but his mood will have been lifted by an opening goal for Spurs. The ball is bouncing around the Millwall box and Eriksen is able to take advantage by driving the ball beyond King. The man who replaced Kane sets Tottenham on their way.


Chance for Millwall, who are finally starting to get a bit of joy. Gregory does well to cause a bit of chaos in the middle of the Spurs back-four and the ball falls to Morison 25 yards out but he can't find the target.


Harry Kane in clear pain after he goes with an ankle injury.

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No doubt the injury to Kane has led to a slight lull in this game. Almost whatever the result this afternoon, that will be the main headline to emerge from this game. Millwall have offered almost nothing with the ball, but could they take advantage?


Vincent Janssen on the bench ready to come on for the injured Kane, but instead Christian Eriksen is enlisted for Tottenham. The Dutchman has no scored from open play since his summer move from AZ Alkmaar, and that looks like continuing. His Spurs career looks over.


Worrying news for Tottenham fans....


That indeed is the end of Kane's afternoon and he limps down the tunnel. England boss Gareth Southgate, who announces his squad for the international double-header at the end of the month, will be a worried man.


In unleashing that shot on King's goal Kane went over on his ankle and it doesn't look good for the England forward. He is getting treatment behind the byline and is yet to resume. That might be the end of his afternoon.