Jose Mourinho introduced Alfie Devine as a substitute in place of Moussa Sissoko for the second half, with Carlos Vinicius scoring a hat-trick and Lucas Moura on goal to make it 4-0 against the non-league side.
Soon after coming off the bench for Tottenham, the 16-year-old scored as Minnows Marine faced a possible future Premier League star.
The teenager drilled past Bayleigh Passant at his near post on an already unforgettable day as he became Spurs’ youngest ever player, to make it 5-0 at Rossett Park on the hour mark.
On a day when he created history for Tottenham in their FA Cup third-round tie at Marine, Alfie Devine made a big impact.
In a deal estimated to be worth £ 300,000, Devine, who turned 16 in August, made the move to north London from Wigan Athletic back in July.
Marine 0 – 5 Tottenham
Goals: 0-1 Vinicus 24, 0-2 Vinicus 30, 0-3 Lucas 32, 0-4 Vinicius 37, 0-5 Devine 60
Marine: Passant, Joyce, Raven, Miley, Hughes, Solomon-Davies, Kengni, Barrigan, Devine, Hmami, Cummins
Substitutions: Wignall, Strickland, Doyle, Howard, Shaw
Tottenham: Hart, Doherty, Alderweireld, Rodon, Davies, Sissoko, White, Fernandes, Alli, Lucas, Vinicius
Substitutions: Tanganga, Bale, Reguilon, Clarke, Devine
Chelsea boss Tuchel believes his team will meet standards set by PL champions Man City and Liverpool
Thomas Tuchel, who took over from Frank Lampard in January, believes Chelsea will meet...
Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool manager has issued a transfer report ahead of their big match...
Manchester United’s lack of cutting edge is a “concern” after they were held to...