- Stoke City vs Tottenham's encounter in the Carabao Cup ended in a 3-1 win
- Jose Mourinho and his wards have now qualified for the semifinal of the championship
- Gareth Bale, Ben Davies and Harry Kane scored the three goals for Tottenham in this tie
Premier League giants Tottenham have qualified for the semifinal of this season's Carabao Cup after beating Championship side Stoke City 3-1 on Wednesday night, December 23.
Tottenham went into this game with the hope of getting a win following their disappointing result against Liverpool and Leicester City in the Premier League.
However, Spurs did themselves lots of good by recording a perfect win over Stoke City to secure their place in the last four of the EFL Cup.
Gareth Bale scored the first goal for Tottenham in this Carabao Cup encounter in the 22nd minute after getting a superb pass from Harry Kane.
Jordan Thompson restored parity for Stoke City in the 53rd minute of the encounter before Ben Davies scored the second goal for Tottenham in the 70th minute.
Stoke City fans were expecting to see their players score the equalizing goal before Harry Kane broke their hearts netting the winner in the 81st minute.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Tottenham Hotspur suffered third Premier League defeat of the season following their 2-0 loss to Leicester City in their own stadium.
A goal from Jamie Vardy and an own goal from Toby Alderweireld powered Brendan Rodgers men to victory away from home.
The North Londoners have now slipped to fifth on the table with 25 points after 14 games - putting their title chase under serious problem.
However, Spurs boss Jose Mourinho has now blamed his side's loss on poor performance after admitting that he is frustrated.
Legit.ng also reported how Jose Mourinho might be planning another huge surprise for Tottenham Hotspur next summer.
The 57-year-old already succeeded in bringing Gareth Bale back to North London on loan from Real Madrid - with an option to sign him permanently.
According to reports in Spain, Mourinho is reportedly plotting to bring Luka Modric back to the club after about eight years with Los Blancos.
The Croatian joined the Spanish League defending champions in 2012 in a deal around £30 million winning four Champions Leagues, two La Ligas and three Club World Cups since then.
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