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United dominate Tottenham, win with a unique goal and touch G4

United dominate Tottenham, win with a unique goal and touch G4

Mastery from start to finish. That was the duel dynamic between Manchester United And Tottenham, at Old Trafford, on Wednesday (19). The Red Devils dominated the match in the first few minutes, but they faced a superb display from goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, who prevented Red’s defeat. The match was valid for the 12th round of the Premier League and ended 2-0 for the Red Devils.

The Frenchman was finally hit in the second minute of the second half: after a good play, the ball was left to Fred, who shot in place and deflected by defender Ben Davies. At 23, Bruno Fernandes took advantage of a rebound at the entrance to the area and hit his position to defeat the Tottenham captain once again.

With this victory, the Manchester team reaches 19 points and touches fourth-placed Chelsea, who drew 0-0 with Brentford, with 20 points. On the other hand, Tottenham stopped at 23 points, but maintained third place, also benefiting from the Blues’ equalizer.

The best of the game – Loris

The choice of the first goalkeeper for the French national team was required at least five times in the first half, with shots by Anthony, Fred, Rashford, Luke Shaw and a serious mistake by Portuguese Bruno Fernandes. Everything looked fine in the picture. But she can’t do anything about Fred’s skewed shot and Bruno Fernandez’s volley. With the score already 2-0, the Frenchman was required several times and prevented the Red Devils from getting a more flexible score.

The worst thing about the game – Ben Davies

The Welshman had difficulties keeping an eye on former Sao Paulo Anthony throughout the match, and had no luck with Fred’s shot that cleared him and left goalkeeper Lloris short.

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uniform match

United started the game with more possession, even frightening goalkeeper Lloris on a few occasions. Halfway through the first half, the Red Devils dominated play at Old Trafford. The Portuguese-speaking midfield, made up of Fred, Casemiro and Bruno Fernandes, got along well and set the team’s rhythm.

Tottenham match

Tottenham are betting on a better-filled midfield, with five players in the second row and exploring the flanks. But getting the ball a little, Antonio Conte’s team suffered from United’s attacks, and only caused the problem of Spaniard De Gea in the 44th minute of the first half, with Kane scaring the Spaniard’s goal again in the middle of the second half.


The judging trio, formed by Simon Hopper, and his assistants Ian Hussein and Adrian Holmes, had a conservative and confident performance in the classics. It was the 40-year-old referee’s first duel, which whistled 13 fouls and gave Casemiro only one yellow card.

A decisive moment

Two minutes into the second half, Sancho received the ball from Anthony on the edge of the area and serves a unique arrival. At first, the Brazilian hit a plank, and Davies veered off the road and killed any chance of defending Lloris.