Our Spurs XI team recovered from a 1-0 half-time deficit to beat Ipswich Town 4-1 in a friendly at Spurs Lodge on Wednesday.
Two substitutes combined within four minutes of entering the action at the start of the second half to help spark the turn around.
Zaine Francis-Angol darted down the left and crossed for Cameron Lancester to loop a header into the far corner to level at 1-1.
Three minutes later and it was 2-1 as Dean Parrett picked out Massimo Luongo's run from deep and he controlled well before finishing.
It was soon 3-1 as Simon Dawkins turned away from his marker and fired low into the bottom corneron 59 minutes.
Harry Kane completed the goalscoring from the penalty spot with 79 minutes on the clock (pictured below) after Nathan Byrne was upended.
Spurs XI: Jansson; Byrne, Butcher, Nicholson, Carroll; Luongo (Pritchard, 61), Parrett (Waller Lassen, 67), Sandro (Francis-Angol, 46), Giovani (Lancaster, 46); Kane, Dawkins (Oyenuga, 67).
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