Three second half goals proved sufficient for Tottenham to see off London neighbours Charlton 3-0 at White Hart Lane. The League One visitor's had not defeated Premiership opposition in the FA Cup for ten years and at half-time, with the game scoreless, perhaps Charlton felt they could spring a surprise on a weakened Spurs side.

However, by the hour mark the Addicks found themselves three goals down and out of the FA Cup for this year as the 45 place gap separating the two teams in the league became apparent.

Debutant winger Andros Townsend opened the scoring followed by a quick brace from Jermain Defoe as Spurs found themselves three goals to the good with an eleven minute goal feast.

For Harry Redknapp the result will at least be some consolation for being unable to bring David Beckham to White Hart Lane because of insurance concerns.

Referee: Michael Oliver

Venue: White Hart Lane Attendance: 35,698

Tottenham scorers: Townsend 49, Defoe 58, 60 Charlton scorers:

TOTTENHAM 23 Cudicini 19 Bassong 20 Dawson 22 Corluka 32 Assou-Ekotto 12 Palacios (Modric 46) 21 Kranjcar 30 Sandro (yellow card) 31 Townsend 09 Pavlyuchenko 18 Defoe

Substitutes 37 Pletikosa, 02 Hutton, 07 Lennon, 08 Jenas, 11 Van der Vaart, 14 Modric

CHARLTON 01 Elliot 02 Francis 12 Doherty 19 Fry 36 Dailly 04 Jackson 06 Semedo 07 Wagstaff 08 Racon 16 McCormack (Reid 61) 23 Anyinsah (A Sodje 70)

Substitutes 25 Warner, 05 Llera, 24 Fortune, 34 Jenkinson, 11 Reid, 09 Abbott, 14 A Sodje

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