ENGLAND star Matthew Le Tissier's amazing penalty record put the block on FA Cup favourites Tottenham at White Hart Lane yesterday. The gifted Le Tissier has missed only one penalty kick in his top-flight career - and was spot on again as Premier League rivals Southampton drew 1-1 with the 4-1 Cup favourites in a pulsating fifth-round clash. Jurgen Klinsmann gave Spurs the lead with his 20th goal of the season. The German latched onto a Teddy Sheringham flick and beat Saints goalkeeper Bruce Grobbelaar with a low drive in the 19th minute. But Saints were level inside 60 seconds - thanks to Le Tissier. Right-back Jeff Kenna joined the Saints attack but was bundled over by Justin Edinburgh and Le Tissier beat Ian Walker with the penalty although the Spurs goalkeeper managed to get a hand to the spot-kick. Le Tissier had rattled the Spurs crossbar in the opening stages as the visitors enjoyed the better of the first half. But Alan Ball's side defended resolutely after the break to earn a replay at The Dell in nine days' time in the battle for a quarter-final spot. Irish striker David Kelly - whose goal sparked the shameful scenes at Lansdowne Road, Dublin in midweek when rioting England fans caused the abandonment of the friendly international against Ireland - was the Wolves hero as his first-half goal sent Midland rivals Leicester City spinning to a 1-0 defeat at Molineux. Kelly struck in the 35th minute as Wolves dominated proceedings but failed to turn their supremacy into goals. Everton cruised into the last eight as they demolished Norwich City 5-0 at Goodison Park. Joe Royle's men forgot their Premier League relegation worries as Anders Limpar, starting his first game for six months, gave them a seventh-minute lead. Graham Stuart sent over a cross and after Duncan Ferguson had got a vital flick-on, Swedish winger Limpar crashed home a low right-foot shot. Joe Parkinson added Everton's second in the 24th minute with his first goal for the club and after Norwich defender Jon Newsome had been sent off for a second bookable offence, Paul Rideout got on the end of a Limpar free-kick for Everton's third soon after the break. Scots hitman Ferguson claimed the fourth when he rifled home Everton's fourth with a fierce left-footed drive which crashed in off the underside of the bar with Stuart completing Norwich's agony with a late fifth from a cross-shot which went in off a post. Clive Wilson was the last-gasp hero for Queen's Park Rangers as his injury-time penalty knocked out First Division Millwall at Loftus Road. Wilson crashed home the spot-kick after Phil Beard had handled in the area. Watford and Crystal Palace will have to meet again after they drew 0-0 at Vicarage Road. The three remaining ties between Wimbledon and Liverpool, Manchester United and Leeds and Newcastle and Manchester City will be played today. In Premier League action, Ron Atkinson celebrated his first game in charge of struggling Coventry as the Sky Blues beat West Ham 2-0 at Highfield Road. Coventry skipper Dion Dublin created both goals with Peter Ndlovu and Mike Marsh scoring either side of the interval. Atkinson's former club, Aston Villa, also continued their climb up the table with a 2-1 win against Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough. Welsh striker Dean Saunders scored both Villa goals in the first half with Mark Bright pulling back one for Wednesday after 70 minutes.