Ismail Azzaoui scored again as Tottenham's youngsters beat Nottingham Forest's.
More than 4,000 fans watched on at the City Ground as Tottenham's under-18 side beat Nottingham Forest's 2-1 in the FA Youth Cup.
Two quick fire second half goals from Kyle Walker-Peters and Ismail Azzaoui were enough to take Tottenham's talent youngsters into the semi-finals, where they will face holders Chelsea.
Azzaoui has now scored in all four matches he has played in the competition, having netted four in total. These came via a hat-trick against Blackburn, and then goals against Wolves and most recently Manchester United.
A summer signing from Anderlecht, the impact the attacker has made since arrival has been significant in the academy, with his goal lashed home from the edge of the box after an earlier effort had been saved.
Fellow goalscorer Kyle Walker-Peters had netted in a previous round against Wolves, and like captain Josh Onomah, had featured for Tottenham's under-21 side in their win over Chelsea just two days earlier. Former Tottenham captain Ledley King took to Twitter to praise the side's performance:
Another great performance from the U18s in the FA Youth Cup tonight. In the semis now, would love to see this group of lads go all the way.— Ledley King (@LedleyKing) February 18, 2015