By Wayne Veysey

15th Oct, 2016 | 6:57am

Tottenham fans react on Twitter to Marcus Edwards display against Man City

By London correspondent Tony Hughes

Marcus Edwards played for Tottenham in their 2-1 Premier League 2 defeat to Manchester City on Friday night – and fans took to Twitter to assess his performance.

The Spurs sensation featured from the start for Ugo Ehiogu’s team in the showdown at White Hart Lane.

But Edwards was unable to swing the match in his team’s favour in his sixth appearance this season for the club in Premier League 2, which is a development competition for leading players aged 23 and under.

City gained a modicum of revenge for their senior side’s 2-0 defeat to Spurs earlier this month, with the victory away from home.

Tottenham dominated for much of the match but had only a consolation penalty from substitute Shayon Harrison to show for their efforts.

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Edwards, who played the full 90 minutes of the encounter, was unable to add to the three goals and two assists he has accumulated in Premier League 2 this season.

Spurs fans subsequently gave their verdicts on the performance of the playmaker.

Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:

Edwards, who made his senior debut in Tottenham’s 5-0 League Cup hammering of third tier Gillingham last month, has a burgeoning reputation.

He has impressed in Spurs’ youth set-up in recent years as well as dazzling during pre-season for the senior team.

The left-footed playmaker was hailed as a future great in the build-up to the League Cup win by manager Mauricio Pochettino, who compared his style of play to Lionel Messi.

Given his involvement for the development side, Edwards is almost certain not to be in the senior squad for Spurs’ Premier League trip to West Brom on Saturday.

Nevertheless, Edwards may not involved in the next round of the League Cup later this month even though Pochettino’s side have been drawn away to Liverpool.

In other Tottenham team news, this is the expected starting XI against West Brom on Saturday.