Lineups

Marine

( 4-4-2 )

  • 1. B. Passant

  • 6. D. Raven

    80'
  • 2. J. Davies

  • 5. A. Miley

  • 3. J. Joyce Yellow Card

  • 17. A. Hughes

    45'
  • 8. J. Hmami

    66'
  • 20. J. Devine

    75'
  • 9. N. Cummins

    75'
  • 11. J. Barrigan

  • 7. N. Kengni

Substitutes

  • 12. Germano

  • 14. K. Strickland

    75'
  • 4. A. Doyle

    66'
  • 21. D. Lynch

  • 16. R. Wignall

    75'
  • 15. D. Shaw

    80'
  • 18. M. Howard

    45'

England - FA Cup

78' J. Joyce 78' Yellow Card 78'  J. Joyce 24' Carlos Vinícius 24' Goal 24'   Vinicius Carlos Vinícius 30' Carlos Vinícius 30' Goal 30'   Vinicius Carlos Vinícius 32' Lucas Moura 32' Goal 32'   Moura Lucas Moura 37' Carlos Vinícius 37' Goal 37'   Vinicius Carlos Vinícius 60' Devine 60' Goal 60'   Devine
Marine

Marine

0 - 5

Tottenham

Tottenham

  • 24'
    0 - 1
  • 30'
    0 - 2
  • 32'
    0 - 3
  • 37'
    0 - 4
  • HT
    0 - 4
  • 60'
    0 - 5
  • Date: 10/01/2021
  • Time: 17:00
  • Venue: Rossett Park
  • Referee: Michael Oliver
Marine v Tottenham - Preview

Date published: 1/8/2021 6:45:25 PM

Marine v Tottenham - Preview

Marine squad wait on Covid tests ahead of historic clash with Tottenham

Marine are waiting nervously on the results of their second round of coronavirus testing to decide whether their FA Cup third-round tie with Tottenham can go ahead.

The Northern Premier League North West Division side came through a first round unscathed and will receive results of their second batch of tests by Saturday morning.

Boss Neil Young has promised the players that have been involved in their historic run to what is the biggest mismatch in FA Cup history the chance to play against Spurs.

But they are short of match practise, having not played since December 26 due to the suspension of their league.

Tottenham could have Gareth Bale back as Jose Mourinho promises to go strong.

There are 161 places between the two sides in the football ladder, but Bale could be involved after a recent calf injury.

Giovani Lo Celso (hamstring) continues to miss out while Erik Lamela could be involved after a period of self-isolation.

Mourinho has said out of 20 players, only one from the under-18s will be making the trip to Crosby.

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Match Information

  • FA Cup
  • Round 3
  • Rossett Park
  • Michael Oliver
  • 10 Jan, 17:00

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Lineups

Marine
(4-4-2)
Tottenham
(4-2-3-1)
  • 1. B. Passant

  • 6. D. Raven

    80'
  • 2. J. Davies

  • 5. A. Miley

  • 3. J. Joyce Yellow Card

  • 17. A. Hughes

    45'
  • 8. J. Hmami

    66'
  • 20. J. Devine

    75'
  • 9. N. Cummins

    75'
  • 11. J. Barrigan

  • 7. N. Kengni

Substitutes

  • 12. Germano

  • 14. K. Strickland

    75'
  • 4. A. Doyle

    66'
  • 21. D. Lynch

  • 16. R. Wignall

    75'
  • 15. D. Shaw

    80'
  • 18. M. Howard

    45'
  • 12. J. Hart

  • 33. B. Davies

    70'
  • 4. T. Alderweireld

    46'
  • 14. J. Rodon

  • 2. M. Doherty

  • 20. D. Alli

    64'
  • 17. M. Sissoko

    46'
  • 27. Lucas Moura Goal

    64'
  • 48. H. White

  • 30. Gedson Fernandes

  • 45. Carlos Vinícius Goal Goal Goal

Substitutes

  • 22. P. Gazzaniga

  • 54. Devine Alfie Goal

    46'
  • 6. D. Sánchez

  • 3. Reguilón

    70'
  • 25. J. Tanganga

    46'
  • 28. T. Ndombèlé

  • 7. Son Heung-Min

  • 47. J. Clarke

    64'
  • 9. G. Bale

    64'

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Marine v Tottenham

    Marine 0 - 5 Tottenham - Match Report

    Date published: 1/11/2021 3:03:46 AM

    FA Cup ‘a lifesaver’ for Marine as historic run is ended by Tottenham

    The fixture was the biggest mismatch in the competitions history, with 160 league places between the teams.

    Marine manager Neil Young says his side’s historic FA Cup run could save the non-league club after it ended with a 5-0 defeat to Tottenham.

    The Merseyside club play in the Northern Premier Division North West League and welcomed Spurs for the biggest mismatch in the competition’s history, with 160 places between them in the footballing pyramid.

    Despite such a chasm, Marine were not disgraced even though a strong Tottenham side eased to victory at the Marine Travel Arena.

    Jose Mourinho’s side won it through Carlos Vinicius’ first-half hat-trick, a Lucas Moura free-kick and a goal which saw Alfie Devine become the club’s youngest ever player and goalscorer at 16 years and 163 days.

    But this was all about the eighth-tier side, who enjoyed a dream day and made enough money to safeguard their future for some time, selling over 30,000 virtual match tickets which supplemented a TV fee and prize money for reaching this round of the competition.

    And in no way were this team – made up of teachers, plumbers, factory workers and bin men earning a maximum £300 per week – embarrassed.

    That financial windfall could help save a club who do not know when their next game will be with their league currently suspended due to coronavirus.

    Carlos Vinicius scores for Tottenham
    Carlos Vinicius scores for Tottenham (Clive Brunskill/PA)

    “The run for me I am very proud of, you look at the teams we have played and we have beaten home and away,” Young said. “It is past our wildest dreams to bring Tottenham to Marine. I wish we could have done more.

    “The cup run has been a lifesaver for us financially for where we are in non-league. There has been no help for teams in step three and below.

    “Hopefully we have made non-league proud, but we have just got to take the positives of the whole run and what it will do for our football club.

    “This could be our last game of the season. I wanted to get all the lads in, we don’t know what is coming next, and I just wanted to make sure we had a huddle and told them how well they have done.”

    Marine fans found any vantage point they could to watch
    Marine fans found any vantage point they could to watch (PA)

    A memorable day threatened to become the biggest shock in the cup’s history when Neil Kengni thundered an effort off the crossbar before the goals began to flow for Tottenham.

    Young added: “It was a nice experience from a football experience in terms of Tottenham coming here and Jose Mourinho doing what he said he would and paying us respect by playing a first-team squad.

    “I was a bit concerned when he kept bringing better players on off the bench. The result wasn’t great but when you look at the quality of their players it was always going to be a tough afternoon.

    “I just wish the one that hit the crossbar went in, just for the lads’ sake really.”

    This game was never going to be about Tottenham, but they put in a professional performance and Mourinho was pleased with his side’s application.

    He said: “Absolutely, absolutely. We start seriously and we finish seriously.

    “We tried to kill the game as soon as we could, and we did that. The second half was a question of controlling the result, control the energy, control the potential injury, and of course I’m very happy with the way the players faced the game.

    “You know, I think it was weird that we were ready for everything, even on the bench, the bench that we had, we were ready for everything.

    Jose Mourinho's side put in a professional display
    Jose Mourinho’s side put in a professional display (Clive Brunskill/PA)

    “We didn’t want to be surprised. We were ready for difficulties. We were ready for absolutely anything because we wanted to win the game.

    “To be 4-0, 5-0 or 6-0, for us in fact doesn’t make a difference. The difference for us is only to always have the game under control.

    “They hit the bar yes but what could we do to stop it? We played always in their half. They didn’t create any danger.

    “They had that long-distance shot that I thought that Joe thought was not even going close to his goal so was an isolated situation.

    “I have to admit that if they score 1-0 it would bring even more emotion to the game but it’s OK.”


       

    Lineups

    Tottenham

    ( 4-2-3-1 )

    • 12. J. Hart

    • 33. B. Davies

      70'
    • 4. T. Alderweireld

      46'
    • 14. J. Rodon

    • 2. M. Doherty

    • 20. D. Alli

      64'
    • 17. M. Sissoko

      46'
    • 27. Lucas Moura Goal

      64'
    • 48. H. White

    • 30. Gedson Fernandes

    • 45. Carlos Vinícius Goal Goal Goal

    Substitutes

    • 22. P. Gazzaniga

    • 54. Devine Alfie Goal

      46'
    • 6. D. Sánchez

    • 3. Reguilón

      70'
    • 25. J. Tanganga

      46'
    • 28. T. Ndombèlé

    • 7. Son Heung-Min

    • 47. J. Clarke

      64'
    • 9. G. Bale

      64'