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Live - Carling Cup



Spurs boss Harry Redknapp

Burnley 3-2 Tottenham: Boss Harry Redknapp knows his Spurs side are favourites as they take a 4-1 lead into the semi-final second leg

David Bentley is tackled by Chris McCann

It is hard fought but scrappy stuff early on in torrential rain at Turf Moor, but there is no lack of commitment from either side

Burnley's Joey Gudjonsson (l) and Tottenham's Luka Modric challenge for the ball

Burnley's Joey Gudjonsson (l) and Tottenham's Luka Modric battle for the ball as the game remains goalless

Burnley's Chris McCann scores his side's second goal

Burnley start to get on top of illustrious opponents, and after Robbie Blake's brilliant strike, Chris McCann taps in to make it 2-0

Jay Rodriguez puts Burnley 3-0 up on the night, levelling the scores at 4-4 on aggregate

And Jay Rodriguez scores Burnley's third which brings the aggregate scores level and puts the Clarets ahead on away goals

Jay Rodriguez (centre) celebrates with Graham Alexander (left) and Chris Eagles (right)

Rodriguez celebrates with Graham Alexander (left) and Chris Eagles (right) as extra-time looms

Roman Pavlyuchenko celebrates his late goal for Spurs

But, just two minutes from a shock exit, Roman Pavlyuchenko nets a late goal to save Spurs

Jermain Defoe celebrates his goal

And Jermain Defoe ends hope of another comeback by quickly firing in Spurs' second of the night

Burnley's Graham Alexander (right) epitomises the total dejection of the Championship side's players at the final whistle

Burnley's Graham Alexander (right) epitomises the total dejection of the Championship side's players at the final whistle



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see also
Burnley 3-2 Tottenham (agg 4-6)
21 Jan 09 |  League Cup
Carling Cup as it happened
21 Jan 09 |  League Cup


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