Result: Marine 0-5 Tottenham Hotspur
Date: 10 January 2021
Venue: Rossett Park
Carlos Vinicius netted a good first-half hat-trick due to Tottenham Hotspur thumped Marine 5-0 found in the FA Cup Third Round on Sunday evening.
Jose Mourinho made 9 changes to the side that booked Tottenham's place found in the EFL Cup final thanks to a 2-0 success over Brentford in Tuesday, with Moussa Sissoko and Lucas Moura the only survivors from that game.
The first chance of the game fell to Delle Alli in the sixth minute after Vinicius laid Doherty's cross into his path. On the other hand, the midfielder's shot was directly into the grateful hands of Passant.
With 20 mins gone, Marine and Kengni specifically rattled the crossbar. All by himself after embarking on a positive run into the Tottenham 1 / 2, he permit fly from 35 yards and it crashed against the bar before Hart was pressured to hint it over.
The Premier Little league side had the breakthrough as the Benfica loanee Vinicius netted his first goal for Spurs. Pursuing neat link-up take up, Alli delivered a delicious ball to the significantly post, where Vinicius skipped away from the goalkeeper before blasting in to the empty net.
It had been another tap-found in for the Brazilian with 20 minutes gone seeing that he was found in the right place at the proper period after Doherty's volley was well-saved following a delightful Alli cross.
Lucas Moura made it three in the 32nd minute. Awarded a free-kick just beyond your location, Lucas stepped up and superbly whipped his delivery directly into the top corner.
Vinicius completed his treble found in delightful manner on the stroke of half-time seeing that the ball sat up nicely for him in the box, and he sent an accurate shot into the top left corner.
The visitors' youngest-ever first-team player Alfie Devine got himself on the scoresheet to be the club's youngest-ever scorer. Receiving the ball from Lucas in the box, he cleverly skipped inside before firing a low shot recent Passant at the near content to put the icing on the cake for Spurs.