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Arsenal Under 18's Come From 2-0 Down To Beat Spurs 3-2 In North London Mini Derby

Arsenal Under 18's Come From 2-0 Down To Beat Spurs 3-2 In North London Mini Derby

Tottenham Under 18's threw away a 2-0 lead at half-time to lose 3-2 against Arsenal in today's North London mini derby at London Colney.

Spurs were 2-0 up and flying with goals from Paris Maghoma and Harvey White and looking like they were heading to the top of the table at the expense of their bitter rivals.

However, the visitors saw Luis Binks sent off in the first half and Arsenal, with their one-man advantage, completely turned the game on its head late on in the second half.

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Incredibly they didn't even pull one back until the 85th minute when Bukayo Saka found the net but Spurs crumbled after that, with Saka forcing Brooklyn Lyons-Foster into doing his best Toby Alderweireld at Anfield impression and putting through his own net two minutes later.

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The last-gasp victory, achieved through three goals in the final four minutes, means that the young Gunners remain top of the Premier League Under 18 table.

On top of that, the result acts as revenge for the 9-0 humbling Spurs dished out to their neighbours last April, where Reo Griffiths scored four and set up three.

Topics: Spurs, North London derby, Football News, Football, Arsenal, North London

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