10:37am Tuesday 13th November 2012
By Tom Allnutt
Iago Falque laid down his first team credentials with two sensational goals in Tottenham Under-21s' 4-0 victory over Southampton at White Hart Lane last night.
The Spanish winger applied a sublime finish after Dean Parrett made a 70-yard break to open the scoring before Jon Obika glanced home Tom Carroll's cross to make it 2-0 early on.
Falque was on target again just before half time, smashing a left-foot screamer off the post and into the top corner to make it 3-0 at the break.
The second period was a tighter affair but there was still time for Souleymane Coulibaly to round off the victory in the 81st minute with a long-distance strike.
The result continues an impressive run of form which has seen the Under-21s register four victories on the bounce, scoring 18 goals in the process.
Spurs (4-2-3-1): Vigouroux; Fredericks, Hall, Luongo, Stewart; Carroll, Mason; Falque, Parrett (Coulibaly, 68), Ceballos (Pritchard, 77); Obika. Unused subs: McGee, Veljkovic.
Southampton: Jones; Butterfield, Mugabe, Turnbull, Targett (Young, 79); Curtis, Moore (Gade, 69); Sinclair, Reeves, Isgrove (Seager, 10); Hoskins. Unused subs: Britt, McQueen.
Goals: Spurs - Falque (21, 45+2), Obika (24), Coulibaly (81).
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