FA Youth Cup Fourth Round Action

The Youth Radar

West Ham flew into the fifth round on Wednesday night with a convincing 4-1 win over Brighton at Upton Park.

A brace from Rob Hall and individual efforts from duo Matthias Fanimo and Elliot Lee secured a relatively easy win for the Hammers.

Chelsea and Norwich City’s fourth round encounter had to be taken to penalties after it ended goalless after 90 minutes.

Penalties ended 4-2 to send Chelsea through to the next round.

Southampton cruised through after coming from a goal behind to beat Bolton Wanderers at St Mary’s.

Oscar Threkeld opened the scoring before half-time for the Trotters but second-half strikes from Jake Sinclair and Corby Moore saw Saints progress.

Tottenham enjoyed similar fortunes to their first-team on Wednesday night as they made it through thanks to a win over Cardiff City.

Jack Munns and Souleymane Coulibaly each scored for Spurs who have also progressed in the NextGen…

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