Tottenham Hotspur’s young team have an admirer in former Liverpool striker Stan Collymore following their comeback win over Swansea City on Wednesday night.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side headed into the game at the Liberty Stadium with the intention of putting pressure on Premier League leaders Chelsea.
However, their title hopes seemed to be dashed when Wayne Routledge scored in the 11th minute to give the home side a surprise lead.
As the clock ticked by, Spurs appeared destined for defeat until a flurry of late goals ensured that the North London outfit remain seven points adrift of the Blues.
Dele Alli was the one to open the scoring for Spurs as he found an equaliser in the 88th minute before Son Heung-min nudged the visitors ahead two minutes into injury time.
Tottenham were not done there, though, as Christian Eriksen wrapped up the match with a 94th-minute goal.
Collymore, who does not tend to mince his words on Twitter, was full of praise for the team after the game.
What a bloody good side #THFC now are! Young, hungry, inventive, cracking academy, super English talent.
Good luck to 'em! ????????
— Stan Collymore (@StanCollymore) April 5, 2017