Exciting Tottenham Hotspur youngster struck again.
Exciting prospect Ismail Azzaoui scored once again as Tottenham Hotpsur progressed to the fifth round of the FA Youth Cup.
The Belgian scored the team's opener in a 2-0 win against Wolves, with the superbly named Kyle Walker-Peters netted the second.
Azzaoui announced himself in the previous round, scoring a sensational hat-trick against Blackburn Rovers, including one goal where he dribbled from the centre circle before curling the ball into the net.
The 17-year-old was signed from Anderlecht in the summer, and hopes to emulate the likes of Adnan Januzaj and Eden Hazard by making a name for himself in the Premier League one day.
Azzaoui struck this time from inside the box, to help Spurs to victory, and set up a challenging tie in the next round against Manchester United.
Notable in the team selection was Japhet Tanganga who was the youngest player on the pitch at 15, playing at centre-back and helped keep a clean sheet, while Josh Onomah who came on for the first team last week as a substitute in the FA Cup, led the team out as captain.
Tottenham's team was as follows: Voss, Walker-Peters, Muscatt, Amos, Tanganga, Walkes, Georgiou, Onomah (c), Harrison (Edwards 80), Goddard (Owens 66), Azzaoui (Loft 73). Substitutes (not used): Stylianides, Glover (GK).