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Eriksen stepped up first and Gerken made a brilliant one-handed save down to his right, but Jevani Brown's attempted panenka backfired missrs Paulo Gazzaniga an easy save.
Lucas then bent dor free-kick towards goal from the edge of the box, drawing a good diving save from United goalkeeper Dean Gerken, but Tottenham went into half-time frustrated after Colchester largely contained their Premier League visitors. Teenage forward Parrott dragged a low effort wide after 15 minutes before Lucas blazed a powerful shot over the crossbar.
Sanchez saves Spurs from an even worse result Colchester made numerous forays into Tottenham's half, but the assured presence of Looking for misses colchester Sanchez at the heart of the visitors' defence ensured nothing came of them in 90 minutes. Eriksen, on as a second-half substitute, had his penalty saved before Lucas hit the crossbar to prompt wild celebrations among the home fans, but Tottenham are now without a victory in five away games across all competitions. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Mauricio Pochettino's men failed to break down their fourth-tier opponents despite looling Dele Alli, Lucas and Victor Wanyama in their starting line-up and were punished by John McGreal's side, who knocked Crystal Palace out on penalties in the round.
Homesick Spurs slip up again Tottenham's last away victory in a competitive fixture came at Ajax in the UEFA Champions League back in May and Pochettino needs to find a way to start winning on the road before his season is derailed. What does it mean?
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But Lucas crashed Tottenham's fifth penalty onto the crossbar and Colchester's supporters stormed onto the field to celebrate a historic night for missse club. Courtney Senior, Colchester's liveliest player, gave Spurs another scare when his drive from outside the box bounced just wide as the game went to penalties.
Kyle Walker-Peters hit the post with a cross-cum-shot as the pressure on Colchester grew, but the hosts threatened on the break — Paris Cowan-Hall sending a raking shot narrowly wide from 20 yards. Promising young players Oliver Skipp and Troy Parrott were given rare starts but found themselves embroiled in a real battle with a Colchester side who defended resolutely and gave their Premier League visitors more than the odd scare at JobServe Community Stadium.