Leyton Orient set up a third-round clash with Premier League side Tottenham after coming from two goals down to beat Plymouth Argyle.

Danny Johnson scored the winner in added time to secure a 3-2 victory after Louis Dennis and Jobi McAnuff had levelled the tie following goals from Panutche Camara and Kelland Watts.

The opening goal of the game came against the run of play with the Os on the front foot from the outset.

Ryan Hardie created room for a shot inside the box, but was denied by Lawrence Vigouroux’s save from close range. Camara reacted quickest and put the ball into the roof of the net.

The advantage was doubled before the end of the first-half with Argyle breaking from an Orient corner.

Danny Mayor collected the ball in space on the left and slipped Watts in behind the Os defence to make it 2-0.

Ruel Sotiriou had caused problems for Plymouth throughout the tie and he played his part in getting his side back in the tie.

His delivery into the box was turned behind for a corner, from which Orient eventually scored.

The initial ball into the box was cleared away, but Os recycled the possession well, with Sotiriou’s ball back into the box volleyed home by Dennis.

Ross Embleton’s men went on the offensive but were almost caught out at the back, with only Vigouroux’s acrobatics denying George Cooper on a counter-attack.

The Os were level soon after with McAnuff showing his experience and composure, lofting the ball over Mike Cooper in the Argyle goal after evading the offside trap to set up an exciting end to the match.

Substitute Johnson sealed the win in the final moments of the game, capitalising on a mistake in the Plymouth box before beating Cooper, to set up a third-round tie with Jose Mourinho’s Spurs.