Luton Town v Tottenham Hotspur, 15 August 2017

Score2-2
RefereeCraig Hicks
CompetitionFootball League Trophy Group F – South
VenueKenilworth Road
Attendance2,699
Kick-off: 7.45pm Due to winning the penalty shoot-out (4-2) after 90 minutes, Luton Town were awarded a bonus point.

2 Tottenham Hotspur

Manager: Wayne Burnett

Goals:

Luke Gambin 19 G
Josh McQuoid 51 G

Goals:

James Shea own goal 21 OG
Ryan Loft 47 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper James Shea
Defender Akin Famewo
Defender Jack Senior
Defender/Midfielder James Justin
Defender/Midfielder Johnny Mullins
Midfielder Tyreeq Bakinson
Midfielder/Forward Harry Cornick
Midfielder/Forward Luke Gambin
Forward Jordan Cook
Forward Danny Hylton
Forward Elliot Lee

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Brandon Austin
Defender Jonathan Dinzeyi
Defender Japhet Tanganga
Midfielder Keanan Bennetts
Midfielder Dylan Duncan
Midfielder Will Miller
Midfielder Joe Pritchard
Midfielder Oliver Skipp
Midfielder Shilow Tracey
Forward Ryan Loft

Substitutions:

Josh McQuoid for Danny Hylton 46
Jack James for James Justin 46
Arthur Read for Harry Cornick 78

Substitutions:

TJ Eyoma for Jonathan Dinzeyi 52
Kazaiah Sterling for Ryan Loft 77
Samuel Shashoua for Shilow Tracey 81

Cards:

Jordan Cook 90 Y

Cards:

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Harvey Isted
Defender Jack James
Defender Ciaren Jones
Midfielder Jake Peck
Midfielder Arthur Read
Midfielder/Forward Josh McQuoid
Forward Michael Shamalo

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Jonathan De Bie
Defender TJ Eyoma
Midfielder Jack Roles
Midfielder Samuel Shashoua

Comments:

ABBA penalty shoot-out details (Luton Town went first) 1 - Elliot Lee [scored] 4 - Jordan Cook [scored] 5 - Josh McQuoid [scored] 8 - Luke Gambin [scored]

Comments:

ABBA penalty shoot-out details (Tottenham Hotspur went second) 2 - Samuel Shashoua [missed] 3 - Christian Maghoma [scored] 6 - Kazaiah Sterling [scored] 7 - Keanan Bennetts [missed] In line with Premier League and League Championship clubs being allowed to enter the competition, Tottenham Hotspur had to select at least six players in their starting line-up who were aged under 21 on 30 June 2017. Tottenham Hotspur named only five of a possible seven substitutes.