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(Photos) Liverpool smash six past Spurs kids to question Tottenham’s title as England’s greatest football factory

Tottenham Hotspur is often hailed as England’s best football factory, the ultimate production line for youth players.

However, Tottenham’s U23s took a battering on Monday night, losing 6-2 at home to Liverpool.

The result must surely ask questions of the current youth crop at White Hart Lane.

Or perhaps this is just Liverpool’s time?

The Reds were 4-0 up at half time thanks to goals from Harry Wilson, Ben Woodburn, Cameron Brannagan and Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Spurs got on the scoresheet through Marcus Edwards to make it 4-1 on 57 minutes, but Brannagan got his second to regain Liverpool’s four-goal lead, before setting up Brooks Lennon for 6-1.

A 96th-minute penalty from Ryan Loft meant that Tottenham had the last word, but that was little consolation on a night that belonged to the Reds.

Check out a gallery of images from the game courtesy of Twitter below.

That’s right… Brannagan had a hand in all six Liverpool goals!

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