Semi-professional, eighth-tier club Marine almost took the lead against Spurs in the opening half of their FA Cup third-round tie on Sunday. However, apprentice plumber Neil Kengni's 30-yard effort rattled off the bar, giving the Premier League's fourth-placed side a welcome reprieve. Despite the wake-up call for Jose Mourinho's men, it still took them another 24 minutes to break the deadlock. Carlos Vinícius made it 1-0 from close range. Vicious struck again minutes later to double the visitors lead, Dele Alli providing pin-point assists for both goals. Lucas Moura's lovely free-kick put the tie out of Marine's reach and put the London side three up after just half an hour's play. Vinicius secured his hat-trick 5 minutes later with this delicate lob. The gulf of 161 places separating the two sides in the Leagues was apparent as Marine headed into the break 4-0 down and dejected, After the restart 16-year-old substitute Alfie Devine made Tottenham history - not just by playing the fixture, but at 16 years and 163 days, becoming the team's youngest-ever scorer. That settled the match as Marine were sunk 5-0.