IN PICTURES: Luton Town U16s 2 Spurs U16s 4

Action from Town's 4-2 defeat to TottenhamAction from Town's 4-2 defeat to Tottenham
Action from Town's 4-2 defeat to Tottenham
Luton Town U16s produced a valiant display as they were beaten 4-2 by Premier League Tottenham Hotspur at Kenilworth Road on Tuesday evening.

In front of an impressive crowd of 755, Spurs led 3-0 at the break, despite Town keeper Craig King’s best efforts as Shayon Harrison gave the visitors the lead inside 10 minutes.

Joe Pritchard doubled the advantage with an unstoppable shot a minute before the break and Joshua Onomah fired home a penalty in first half stoppage time.

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Daril Ngwala rattled the woodwork before pulling a goal back early in the second half following a forceful run from Luke Trotman’s great pass.

Kyle Walker-Peters (67) made it 4-1, before Ngwala was felled by Christian Maghoma and he dusted himself down to score the penalty.

Ngwala was denied his hat-trick by a block, while Luton captain Zak Jules failed to connect properly from a glorious late opportunity.