Redknapp looking forward to semi-final

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Harry Redknapp is relishing an FA Cup semi-final showdown with Chelsea after Tottenham eventually saw off Bolton 3-1 on an emotional night at White Hart Lane.

Bolton goalkeeper Adam Bogdan was in inspired form and denied dominant Spurs repeatedly until Ryan Nelsen finally broke the deadlock with a 74th-minute header. Gareth Bale added the second three minutes later to effectively settle a quarter-final tie that was rearranged after Fabrice Muamba suffered a cardiac arrest in the original fixture.

Louis Saha came off the bench to wrap up the victory for Spurs after Kevin Davies had scored a late consolation for Bolton. The Spurs boss said: "We couldn't have played any better than we did. It was so one-sided."

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