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Barclays U18 Premier League: Spurs Come From Three Down To Shock Blackburn

Nathan Oduwa played an integral part in Spurs comeback.

Nathan Oduwa played an integral part in Spurs comeback.

Tottenham Hotspur made a remarkable comeback away at Blackburn Rovers as they recovered from three goals down to win the tie 5-3.

Nathan Oduwa, Harry Winks and Will Miller added to a brace by Shayon Harrison to secure Spurs’ victory.

Everton beat Chelsea 3-2 this morning. Among the goals was George Green, who scored a double.

Bersant Celina was the only scorer as Manchester City beat Leicester City by a single goal.

Manchester United won for the third time in eight days as they beat Norwich City at their Aon Training Complex this morning.

James Wilson continued his impressive form of late with two goals while Joshua Harrop added another for the Red Devils.

Carlton Morris replied with two goals for the visitors.

Southampton recorded their first win of the season in a monstrous journey to Newcastle United. Marcus Barnes and Josh Sims scored the goals for Jason Dodd’s side.

Dodds said: “We were fantastic today. The good thing is that we’re getting better and better too.

“We made a bright start and countered well so it was disappointing to concede so soon after scoring, but we were able to play in the second half and got our reward.

“The only criticism I can aim at the leads is that we again made some wrong decisions, and if we improve our decision-making then we’ll score a lot more goals.”

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Full results:

Blackburn 3-5 Tottenham, Bolton 2-3 Aston Villa, Everton 3-2 Chelsea, Man City 1-0 Leicester, Man Utd 3-2 Norwich, Middlesbrough 1-0 Reading, Newcastle 1-2 Southampton, Stoke 3-0 West Brom, Sunderland 1-1 Arsenal, Wolves 2-1 West Ham.

About Tom Bennett

I'm a 21-year-old Multimedia Journalism student at Bournemouth University aspiring to be one of Britain's top sports journalists. Follow me on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn for contact and further information.


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