Mauricio Pochettino questioned his Tottenham Hotspur players' appetite for the fight after were almost knocked out of the FA Cup by fourth-tier Newport County. It will be hard because the FA Cup is always hard to play in.
County were the best side in the first half at a fervent Rodney Parade and Irish striker Padraig Amond headed them into a deserved 38th-minute lead.
Egypt striker Salah gave seven-time FA Cup winners Liverpool hope in the 78th minute with his 25th goal in just 32 appearances for the Reds, but Alan Pardew's Premier League strugglers still booked their place in the last 16.
Kane linked with Fernando Llorente but ballooned his effort as Spurs tried to get themselves going, but with the half-hour approaching Vorm was again the keeper in the action as he gathered a Robbie Willmott free-kick under pressure.
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Newport earn a lucrative replay at Wembley as a result but Pochettino was unimpressed with a flat performance from Spurs despite the Argentine having named a strong team.
Mauricio Pochettino has hinted that Tottenham are ready to act in the final days of the January transfer window.
Kane is the Premier League top scorer and tapped into an open goal at the back post following an excellent flick by Son Heung-min.
When is Newport vs Tottenham and what time is kick-off?
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He sounded most alarmed about why his side had performed so poorly, even if the Rodney Parade experience―battling to avoid defeat in a tight stadium on a pitch shared by two rugby teams―really did look like a culture shock to some.
The 27-year-old was the standout performer in the first half with his neat passing and tough tackling, only for a 32nd-minute booking to put a brake on his excellent display.
"It's easy to say we want win trophies, but we missed a massive opportunity today to show we wanted it", said Spurs manager Pochettino.
If you're unfamiliar with Newport County, I recommend taking a few minutes to read this piece on Mike Flynn's band of misfits. When Spurs had the ball, they were never allowed to settle and County were good for their lead.
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"You wouldn't believe me how much it's needed". "But they are a quality side and in the second half we couldn't really get at them".
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