Shayon Harrison scored for Tottenham’s development side as they drew 1-1 at home to Manchester United on Friday afternoon.
Harrison, who came on as a substitute during this week’s EFL Cup defeat at Liverpool, netted a first-half equaliser after Joe Riley had put United ahead in the Premier League 2 clash.
Riley finished nicely after collecting Sean Goss’ pass and evading a challenge from Charlie Owens.
But Spurs hit back just after the half-hour mark.
United were unable to clear Anthony Georgiou’s ball into the box and after Cy Goddard’s effort was blocked, Harrison pounced on the loose ball and fired home.
Tottenham were on top for much of the second half and were unlucky not to take the lead.
Harrison had their best chance, while Anton Walkes headed narrowly wide and Kyle Walker-Peters had a shot saved.