A post from the club’s official Twitter page relayed the news to fans not watching the game that the 18-year-old’s penalty kick had been saved by Norwich City goalkeeper Tim Krul. Todd Cantwell then put Daniel Farke’s side ahead, before Gedson Fernandes put his effort straight at the Dutch ‘keeper, meaning that it would be the Canaries who would progress.
Parrott has been limited to brief substitute appearances but came on early in extra time in Wednesday night’s FA Cup tie, however, he failed to have much impact, earning a 5.6 rating for his display. The striker, who has been prolific with the youth teams at the North London club, looks unlikely to have proven to Mourinho that he is the man to step up in the absence of Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son.
Do you think Parrott will play again for Spurs this season?
IM GUNNA BE SICK
— Lami #SONALDO (@jinsgrilledclam) March 4, 2020
— Jack? (@JackN17) March 4, 2020
— EM (@tottenbacon) March 4, 2020
— Lee Snowden (@Snowden4000) March 4, 2020
So embarrassed right now. The current team is a disgrace to the lane
— mutley_dogg (@mutley_dogg) March 4, 2020
I’m done with this season. Genuinely not bothered anymore
— Zach (@ZachTHFC) March 4, 2020
What do we think?