Manchester United and Tottenham locked horns in the premier league round 31 fixture. Manchester United were hoping to get a win from the game so as to close the gap on table toppers "Manchester City". Tottenham on the other hand were hoping to secure all 3 points so as to move up the premier league table.
Later on in the second half, Manchester United equalized to make the score line 1:1. The goal was scored by Fred in the 56th minute.
Towards the ending of the match, Manchester United striker "Cavani", scored a goal to give Manchester United the lead. The goal was assisted by Greenwood in the 78th minute. Later on, Greenwood then scored a goal to make it 3:1. The match then ended in a 3:1 win for Manchester United.
-Harry Kane has netted 19 premier league goals so far for Tottenham.
-Mohammed Salah has netted 19 premier league goals so far for Liverpool.
-Bruno Fernandes has netted 16 premier league goals so far for Manchester United.
-Dominic Calvert-Lewin has netted 14 premier league goals so far for Everton.
-Son Heung-min has netted 14 premier league goals so far for Tottenham.
-Patrick Bamford has netted 14 premier league goals so far for Leeds United.
Can Manchester United still win the league this season?. Drop your predictions in the comment section below.
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