By Alex Bowmer For Mailonline
Published: 00:14 GMT, 11 January 2021 | Updated: 00:15 GMT, 11 January 2021
It is the most tangible souvenir that many FA Cup underdogs have - the shirts of their illustrious opponents.
Up until March last year, no player would have given a second thought to exchanging this most obvious of mementos.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
However, Covid-19 has put a halt to this longstanding tradition for now - but Tottenham were one step ahead of the game.
Joe Hart congratulates opposite number Bayleigh Passant after the history-making FA Cup tie
After comfortably seeing off eighth-tier Marine at the non-league minnows' Rossett Park ground, the Premier League giants came prepared, presenting souvenir shirts to their beaten but awestruck opponents.
Two of the players who started for Neil Young's men, Mike Howard and Josh Hmami, took to Twitter to reveal the shirts they had been given.
Howard, who joined the club from Morecambe on a free transfer in July after spending part of last season on loan at Marine, posted a snap of him holding up Harry Kane's shirt.
'Wow, what an experience that was making it to the third round of the FA