Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Tottenham Sink Manchester United

This is the last match of Match Day 3 of 38. The highlights are appended below the points table. In case, you missed the last matches, click here.

Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Brighton Stuns Manchester United

Points Table – Premier League ’18-19

Rank Name Won Draw Lost Points
1 Liverpool 3 0 0 9
2 Tottenham 3 1 0 9
3 Chelsea 3 1 0 9
4 Watford 2 1 0 7
5 Manchester City 2 1 0 7
6 Bournemouth 2 0 0 6
7 Leicester City 2 0 1 6
8 Everton 1 2 0 5
9 Arsenal 1 0 1 3
10 Crystal Palace 1 0 2 3

For Complete Premier League 2018-19 team rankings, click here

English Premier League 2018-19 – Full Schedule

Match 10 of 10: Manchester United vs Tottenham

Result: 0 – 3

Goal Scorers:

  • Tottenham: Harry Kane 50′, Lucas Moura 52′, 84′

Match Statistics:

Manchester United Team Stats Tottenham
23 Shots 9
5 Shots On Target 5
58% Possession 42%
488 Passes 377
76% Pass Accuracy 67%
11 Fouls 16
2 Yellow Cards 3
0 Red Cards 0
2 Offsides 1
5 Corners 2


Premier League

  • Tottenham heaped on more misfortune for Manchester United, running out 3-0 champs at Old Trafford to hand the hosts a second Premier League defeat in the two consecutive weeks.
  • Jose Mourinho’s side was feeling the squeeze to get a win following a 3-2 misfortune to Brighton and Fred about gave them a fantasy beginning when he chested down a free ball in Tottenham’s penalty region and terminated a low volley into the side netting.

  • Romelu Lukaku at that point spurned another brilliant possibility at the United opener in the following 15 minutes, when he terminated wide of an open net after a poor back pass from Danny Rose enabled the Belgium global to round Hugo Lloris.
  • Luke Shaw was alongside set up Lukaku, pursuing down a long ball and reducing to the previous Chelsea player just to see him scrape his first-time endeavour at the goal keeper.

  • Harry Kane was demonstrated a merited yellow card as the match neared the 25-minute check for a sliding studs-up challenge on Antonio Valencia.
  • Dele Alli blew Spurs’ most obvious opportunity up to that point not long after the alert, spilling around David De Gea as opposed to intersection to a completely open Kane right in front of Manchester’s goal.

  • Manchester United kept on molding the better of the odds with Fred twisting wide of the far post after a perfect stepover and Paul Pogba constraining a spare from Lloris with a low line drive from outside the penalty region.
  • Tottenham came to form as the principal half wore on, yet the last move was absent for the guests as Christian Eriksen constrained a De Gea spare before simply passing up a shameless pass into the region from Alli.

  • Tottenham were in front not long after the restart with Kane heading home from a Kieran Trippier corner and Lloris denying Lukaku to save Spurs’ lead. It was Kane’s first goal in five appearances at Old Trafford.
  • Furthermore, minutes after, United went two down when Ander Herrera kept Eriksen onside and the Denmark international crossed for Lucas Moura, who discharged in a first-time shot to make it 2-0.

  • The hosts were scrambling to discover a path again into the match and Lukaku’s running the correct channel enabled him to set up an onrushing Lingard, whose diverted first-time shot circled over Lloris’ crossbar.
  • Lucas put the match away a short ways from full-time, utilizing his speed to open up the United back-line before evading Chris Smalling and discharging a relentless shot past De Gea.

  • The triumph implies Spurs keep pace with Liverpool, Watford and Chelsea on nine point on the table and puts Man United on three points and in thirteenth place.

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