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Troy Parrott's First Goal For Spurs U23s Was Worth The Wait

Troy Parrott's First Goal For Spurs U23s Was Worth The Wait

Troy Parrott scored his third brace of goals in just ten days on Monday night.

The 17-year-old Dubliner notched up his first goals at U23 level as his Spurs side beat Swansea 2-1 in the PL2.

Parrott opened the scoring in the 40th minute after he was brought down by Swansea's Ben Cabango outside the box and then stepped up to fire a brilliant free kick beyond the keeper.

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Liam Cullen equalised for Swansea just before the break but Parrott got the winner ten minutes from time after Dilan Markanday found him in the box and he fired the ball into the bottom corner.

The win was a vital one for the Spurs U23s as they look to avoid relegation from PL2.

Parrott is just recently returned from a seven-week injury lay-off. Already this month, he had scored four in two games for the Spurs U18s.

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