Date: 14th January 2019 at 6:45am
Written by:
Tottenham Hotspur
0 – 1
Manchester United

Wembley Stadium

Premier League

13/01/2019 4:30 pm

Attendance: 80062

Referee: Dean

Tottenham Hotspur Manchester United
Rashford (44)
Lloris De Gea
Trippier Young
Alderweireld Lindelof
Vertonghen Jones
Davies Shaw
Winks 81 Matic
Sissoko 43 Herrera
 
Eriksen Pogba
 
92
Alli
 
Lingard 83
Kane Rashford
Son Heung-Min Martial 73

Substitutes

Rose Mata
Sanchez Lukaku 73
Lamela 43 Pereira
Llorente 81 Fred
Foyth Dalot 83
Gazzaniga Romero
Skipp McTominay 92

Game Statistics

21 Goal attempts 13
11 On Target 8
7 Corners 4
8 Fouls 8
1 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
61 % 39

Sunday afternoon’s fixture for Tottenham Hotspur saw them walk out at Wembley Stadium against Manchester United.

It was always going to be a tight encounter and Marcus Rashford’s late first half goal was enough to decide the points in the end as caretaker gaffer Ole Gunnar Solskjaer kept his own remarkable winning streak going since he replaced Jose Mourinho.

Spurs failed to do only one thing in the game though, and that was score. We dominated possession, chances overall and efforts on target but a resilient United held on for victory.

There will be plenty of disappointment following the game, especially as we slip to back to back ‘home’ defeats but sometimes you get days like this and you simply have to tip your hat to goalkeeper David de Gea who was in inspired form as we put the pressure on.

Play like that and we’ll soon be back to winning ways, so disappointment – yes. A need to overreact – no.