Harry Kane insists Carabao Cup semi-final is still not over despite Chelsea loss

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Tottenham striker Harry Kane has issued a rallying call following his team’s loss to Chelsea in the first leg of their Carabao Cup semi-final clash with London rivals, Chelsea.

Spurs fell to a 2-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge in a game in which they only got going in the second-half following an early goal from Kai Havertz and an own goal from Ben Davies.

Kane, who saw the frustrations he had with the club over the course of the summer sympathised with by manager Antonio Conte in the build-up to the game, took to Twitter after the full-time whistle.

“Paid the price for a poor first half,” he wrote.

“But the tie isn’t over yet. Great noise from the away end.”

The second leg will be played on Wednesday January 12 as Spurs face a daunting task to overturn a two-goal deficit against the European champions.

Prior to that, they lost League One outfit Morecambe in the FA Cup on Sunday.

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