The Tottenham Hotspur youngster scored in the 6-1 win against Inter Milan.
Tottenham's Shayon Harrison in action with Chelsea's Ola Aina
Tottenham Hotspur thrashed Inter Milan this week in their final pre-season game of the summer.
The final result was 6-1, with the goals coming from a Harry Kane brace and goals from Erik Lamela, Dele Alli, Vincent Janssen and youngster Shayon Harrison.
The goal from the latter was a big highlight of the game, as Spurs fans got to see another glimpse of their talented striker – who the club hope can become a regular in the Tottenham first-team.
It also pleased his former coach Chris Ramsey – who signed him up when he was 10 years old.
Tottenham U21 Coach Chris Ramsey
Ramsey, the former QPR manager, spent 10 years at Tottenham Hotspur as Head of Player Development and handed Harrison his first chance with the club in 2007, and speaking on ITV4 he made it clear he was very proud of the player:
“(I signed him when he) was 10-years-old and I couldn’t be prouder for him or the whole academy.
“They’ve got some good developers there. John McDermott and Justin Cochrane especially.
“Some of those players will be looking and sleeping well tonight.”
Harrison is just one of the top talents that Spurs have high hopes for this season.
His good form in pre-season has however helped to progress his standing in the first-team and it looks like he might be the third-choice striker at Tottenham Hotspur this season.