Rochdale manager Keith Hill added: 'We had to do it our way and we did. Spurs' attacking subs perhaps short-changed them at the back as a left-wing cross was flicked into the path of the unmarked Davies, who took a touch and buried a famous finish into the bottom corner.
"I can't describe my emotions".
Tottenham Hotspur were held to a draw at Rochdale.
Spurs are still heavy favourites to progress to the quarter-finals and have an even more favourable home tie in the replay with Rochdale.
On Sunday, Rochdale kept the magic of the cup alive with an awesome 2-2 draw against Tottenham. "If he does that for England in the World Cup this summer then I will definitely be supporting him".
When Harrison McGahey felled Dele Alli inside the penalty area, Kane made no mistake with the spot-kick to score his 34th goal of the season.
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Alli in was brought down in the box with five minutes to play and Kane stepped up to make it 2-1 but substitute Steve Davies made it 2-2 when he fired in Toby Alderweireld poor clearance in the 94th minute. "I am so happy with my new team".
Tottenham may still have the benefit of familiarity, having played so many matches at Wembley this season, but they would not necessarily have the home pitch advantage when it comes to facilities and support.
"It was sacrificial behavior at times and going 1-0 up we nearly lit the bomb and knew what would come", he said. Heads could have gone down at 2-1 but they didn't. "We have another opportunity to get to the quarter-final". We are not complaining because they deserved to go and play at Wembley.
Henderson slashed another inviting opportunity which went wide of Vorm's goal after a delicate through ball by Callum Camps on the half and hour mark. But I was focused because that competition can always give you some surprise.
But the fact that they face the possibility of an FA Cup semi-final at the 90,000-capacity home of English footbal has irked some of their rivals. "The motivation is always massive".
Manchester City, who prevailed 4-0 in Basel in their round of 16 first leg, and Barcelona ahead of their clash with Chelsea, are rated as the favourites according to the bookmakers (Oddschecker). Such is the nature of the FA Cup.