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Premier League:  Spurs Thrash 10-man United At Old Trafford

Premier League:  Spurs Thrash 10-man United At Old Trafford

Tottenham Hotspur thrashed 10-man Manchester United 6-1 in their Premier League clash at the Old Trafford on Sunday.

United started the game on a bright note when Bruno Fernandez converted a second-minute penalty.

The hosts however found themselves behind  when Tanguy Ndombele and Heung-Min Son turned the game around inside seven minutes.

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Anthony Martial was sent off for kicking Erik Lamela on 28 minutes, with Harry Kane and Son scoring to make the scoreline 4-1 before the break.

It was the first time United would concede four goals in the first half of a Premier League game.

Ivory Coast defender Serge Aurier scored Spur’s fifth early in the second half, while Kane netted the sixth from the spot 10 minutes from time.

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  • Ajasco 3 weeks ago

    What am I seeing man u beating 6:1 at their own backyard this is serious

     
    • GLORY 3 weeks ago

      You are here,getting surprised at Man u losing 6-1 at home. Defending champion Liverpool is getting roasted 7-2 at the moment by Aston villa. Convid, wearing jersey No 19 seem to be playing for Tottenham/ Aston villa.

       
  • I don’t really understand how Adrian can be a Liverpool goalkeeper. The guy is always a calamity. He was in goal when Atletico won 4-1 in the UCL at Anfield too, even though Liverpool did all the playing. Why is Klopp keeping Adrian? Na juju? The moment it was announced Allison and Mane were out, I knew there was a problem. How did Adrian get into Liverpool? Is he related ti the chairman?

     
    • Takumi Minamino, Naby Keita, Adrian, Joe Gomez, not Liverpool standard and should be offloaded before the transfer window closes. Whatever the fast and furious Shaqiri did against Klopp to relegate him below the smallish and average Japanese Minamino? This is mad!!! Aston Villa ke!!!!

       
  • pompei 3 weeks ago

    By far the craziest week of premier league football I have ever experienced. Craziest, and most entertaining! The audacity of a club like Aston Villa, to stand up to, and wallop a giant like Liverpool, is absolutely mind boggling and refreshing to see! A total nightmare for Klopp and Liverpool fans, but outrageously good entertainment for neutrals! This is why football is a beloved game. If the mighty are complacent, the underdogs can come from nowhere and put them to the sword. Madagascar did it to Nigeria at the last Afcon. Nigeria has done it to several footballing giant nations in the past. And today, we saw a small, humble Aston Villa absolutely dismantle European and world giants Liverpool.
    As if that is not enough, we saw other incredible results. Mourinho led Spurs to a 6-1 destruction of his former club Man United, at Old Trafford. They need to change the name of the stadium to THEATER OF NIGHTMARES. What a game! Ole Gunnar has been walking the tightest of ropes with recent underwhelming displays, and his perceived failure or unwillingness to sign top talent. Just before the game, Rooney was piling pressure on the gaffer to sign Harry Kane. After this freakish result, it does seem that Ole Gunnar’s days as Man United coach are winding down.
    How about Leicester’s 3-nil capitulation to West Ham, at home? After their impressive win over Man City last week, everyone expected much more from the Foxes in this game. It seems they over-celebrated the Man City win, and were not quite prepared to face David Moyes’ and co, and got their backsides smacked emphatically.
    Rodgers looked clueless on the sidelines, as West Ham ran riot on the pitch.
    A week of fantastic entertainment. The premier league is debatably the best in the world, but with results like this, their is no doubt that it is the least predictable. Let’s hope some sanity and order is restored in coming weeks.