Gareth Bale looked thrilled as he watched Tottenham come from behind to beat Chelsea and reach the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup.

Spurs looked to be heading out of the competition after Timo Werner’s early strike, but Erik Lamela’s second goal in as many starts sent the game to penalties.

And after Eric Dier, Lamela, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Lucas Moura and Harry Kane were all successful from 12-yards, Chelsea’s Mason Mount struck a post to send Tottenham through.

Bale, who is yet to made his debut since returning, watched from the stands and was caught on camera celebrating the moment Spurs reached the last-eight.

Watch below.



  1. Erik Lamela must go he could not control and hold the ball as he fell down after failed to hold the ball 8 times against Chelsea also 3 times after sub for short time His passing is always mistake or inaccurate it will be great if Sours replace him with Sarr of Watford bec he is very good at holding the ball firm and pass the ball accurate
    I am glad that Ali Dele was not selected as he must go

  2. only for his fighting spirit eric will always be a legend at spurs!
    there aren’t too many players in spurs squad that can rival his ethos!


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