A second-half turnaround gave already eliminated Barnet their first Checkatrade Trophy win in what will be their last game in the competition this season.

Their 2-1 win over a young Spurs side at The Hive came courtesy of strikes from Christian Maghoma, who turned Andre Blackman's cross into his own net, and Alex Nicholls' inadvertent second.

They had trailed to a 15th-minute opener from Shayon Harrison following a typical back-to-front Spurs move.

Despite their win, they finish their trophy group second bottom and are out of this year's competition.

EFL rules stipulated a strong side must be fielded and so new boss Mark McGhee made only a few changes from Saturday's defeat to Grimsby, with Wesley Fonguck and Nana Kyei both starting.

That Spurs took an early lead might suggest they had begun in the ascendency but it was Barnet who took the game to their opponents in the opening minutes; Michael Nelson, of all people, struck the post with a volley nine minutes in.

After falling behind to Keanan Bennetts' cross and Harrison's finish, Barnet responded well and Nicholls saw a low drive parried wide, while Ryan Watson also struck the woodwork with a 30-yard free-kick.

The second half saw them continue their dominance, but with the goals to match.

Within two minutes they were level through Maghoma's error, turning Blackman's cross into his own net.

And it was not long before they took the lead in even more unusual fashion, Nicholls charging down a clearance from the Tottenham goalkeeper, with the rebound flying into the empty net.

Those goals seemed to kill the game and only a half-chance from Kyei threatening another goal at either end.

Barnet: Ross, Santos, Nelson, Watson, Coulthirst (Amaluzor 71), H.Taylor, Kyei (Tutonda 71), Fonguck (Coker 81), Vilhete, Nicholls, Blackman.

Not used: McKenzie-Lyle, Payne, Aghadiuno, Pascal.