Jack Clarke was the hero for Tottenham’s U23 side earlier today when he scored a brilliant winner against Liverpool.
The former Leeds United winger picked up the ball in the 94th minute after a pass from Harvey White released him down the left-hand side and he unleashed a rocket of a shot with his weaker right foot which found the top corner.
Tottenham led twice in the first half through Okedina and Lyons-Foster but the hosts drew level on both occasions through Millar and Morton.
Okedina grabbed his second after the break with Liverpool once again levelling, only for Clarke to pop up with a memorable winner.
Clarke, who joined Spurs from Leeds for a £10million fee (Football.London) in the summer of 2019 has made two substitute appearances for Jose Mourinho’s first team in the Europa League this season amounting to 26 minutes of game time (transfermarkt).
Absolute ripsnorter of a finish from @JackClarke09 in the 94th minute which saw Spurs U23s beat Liverpool 4-3
— The Spurs Web ⚪️ (@thespursweb) December 19, 2020
Clarke has looked lively during his two appearances for the senior side this season and scoring stunners of this nature is only going to help his confidence after the difficulty he suffered out on loan during the last campaign.
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