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E. Bailly
S. McTominay
Bruno Fernandes
Penalty Goal
1 - 1
O. Ighalo
A. Martial
D. James
Yellow Card
S. Bergwijn
S. Aurier
1 - 0

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Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 3 6
Total Passes 365 586
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That's all for today, goodbye! 
United stay in fifth after that draw, now just two points behind Chelsea, and extend their unbeaten run in all competitions to 12 games. Next up for them is another tough game as they face Sheffield United on Wednesday. Spurs remain in eighth and are six points away from the top four. Mourinho will be hoping his side can bounce back against West Ham as they're without a win in seven.
The points are shared after a 1-1 draw between Tottenham and Manchester United. Bergwijn gave Spurs the lead in the first half with a powerful shot that De Gea couldn't keep out despite getting a hand to it. Pogba came on in the second half and won a penalty after being brought down by Dier which Bruno Fernandes converted. They were awarded another penalty in the 90th minute, but it was rightly overruled by VAR.
90' + 5' CLOSE! Shaw's picks out Ighalo on the edge of the box and he spots Greenwood in a lot of space on the right. He takes the shot quickly as Davies is getting back and his low shot is just wide of the far post.
90' + 3' It's getting a little frantic in midfield from both sides as they try to chase a late winner in this game. Kane's cross-field pass is cut out by Bailly, but he can't keep hold of the ball as he gives his pass straight to Winks.
90' + 1' NO PENALTY! VAR has had a look at the replays and Dier doesn't actually make contact with Bruno Fernandes before he falls to ground. The decision is overturned and Spurs have the ball.
90' UNITED HAVE ANOTHER PENALTY! Rashford passes the ball to Bruno Fernandes and he quickly touches it on. Dier gets across and bumps into the midfielder and the referee points to the spot while Mourinho is furious on the sidelines. VAR is having a look at this one though...
E. Bailly
S. McTominay
89' Final change for United now and it's a defensive one as Bailly comes on to replace McTominay.
88' The free-kick is in a good position down the middle for Kane, but he doesn't get enough height on the shot and hits his effort straight into the United wall.
87' United are struggling to get out of their own half at the minute as they give another foul away. This time, it's Lo Celso that's brought down by Greenwood and Kane has placed the ball down.
85' Spurs have another free-kick on the left in a dangerous position and it's Son that's standing over it. He tries to curl his cross around the United wall, but McTominay sticks out a leg to deflect it and the away side come away with the ball.
83' Spurs are on the attack following the restart and Gedson Fernandes wins a free-kick on the left when he's brought down by Wan-Bissaka. Son swings the cross into the box, but he can't pick out a team-mate as Maguire heads it clear.
Bruno Fernandes
Penalty Goal
81' UNITED ARE LEVEL! It's Bruno Fernandes that steps up to take it and it's a confident spot-kick from the midfielder. He sends Lloris the wrong way and fires the ball into the bottom-left corner. 1-1!
80' PENALTY TO UNITED! It's clever footwork from Pogba on the right as he dribbles past Dier to get into the box. The defender is struggling to catch him and ends up bringing him to ground and the referee points to the spot straight away.
N. Matić
V. Lindelöf
78' Lindelof is limping as he comes off and Matic is on in his place.
O. Ighalo
A. Martial
78' Another double change for United now and it's Martial that's coming off now for Ighalo.
76' Son switches play out to Aurier on the right and he plays a clever one-two with Kane to get himself into more space. He sets himself to cross it into the middle, but Shaw gets across to him quickly to block it.
74' Lo Celso pulls away from Wan-Bissaka on the right and fizzes a cross into the middle of the box. Kane is waiting to get on the end of it at the far post, but De Gea comes off his line to punch it away.
72' Bruno Fernandes has been directly involved in five of United's nine shots so far (three shots, two chances created).
Gedson Fernandes
E. Lamela
70' Lamela is the other player to make way as Gedson Fernandes comes on.
G. Lo Celso
S. Bergwijn
70' Mourinho is making a double change now and the goal scorer, Bergwijn, makes way first for Lo Celso.
68' We're halfway through the second half, so the referee has blown his whistle for the second cooling break of the game.
66' BRILLIANT SAVE! Shaw does really well to get away from Aurier and square the ball to Martial in the middle of the box. He sets himself before hitting his shot at goal and Lloris gets across to tip the swerving shot wide.
65' GOOD CHANCE! Fernandes turns with the ball and plays a throughball into Martial on the right of the box. His first touch takes him away from Davies, but the defender recovers well to slide in and block his low shot.
P. Pogba
63' Pogba is also brought on and he replaces Fred.
M. Greenwood
D. James
62' Solskjaer is making a double change now and James is the first to make way as Greenwood replaces him.
60' Wan-Bissaka gets into a good position on the right again and this time hits a good cross into the middle of the box. Rashford is closest to it, but Aurier does really well to get ahead of him and clear his lines.
58' The referee plays an advantage after Maguire brings down Lamela as Kane picks up the ball on the left wing. He plays a great cross into the box to Son, but Lindelof is covering him and makes a good interception.
56' Spurs have all of their players back in their own half as United continue to patiently push forward. Wan-Bissaka is given a lot of space on the right, but he overhits his cross to Rashford who is waiting at the far post.
54' CLOSE! Fernandes starts the move in his own half and plays a one-two with Martial to get into a shooting position. He hits the shot first time when he gets it back on the right and his low effort is just wide of the far post.
52' Spurs lost their most recent Premier League game when leading at half-time (against Wolves). Mourinho had been unbeaten in 101 PL matches from such positions prior to that defeat.
50' James is brought down by Winks on the right wing and United have a free-kick in a good position. Fernandes swings the cross into the box, but can't find a team-mate as Sanchez heads it clear.
48' United have made a bright start to the second half and are quickly moving the ball upfield. So far though, their passing in the final third has been letting them down and they're giving it away sloppily.
46' Spurs get us back underway for the second half!
Mourinho will be pleased with how his side performed in the first half and Spurs looked dangerous every time they went forward. He'll be hoping they can keep the pressure on United after the break. As for Solskjaer, his team have created some good chances, but they've struggled to get in behind Spurs at times. He could benefit from making a change at half-time to try and switch things up.
Bergwijn's goal gives Spurs a 1-0 lead over United at half-time. The Dutchman dribbled past two United defenders to get himself into the box before firing his shot into the net, despite De Gea getting a hand to it. Son could've doubled their lead with a header minutes later, but was denied by a brilliant save from the goalkeeper. Rashford had the best chance for United, but his low shot was well-saved by Lloris.
45' + 2' Fernandes turns to get away from Winks and although he's a long way out from goal, he decides to have a shot. It's a good hit from the midfielder, but it's straight at Lloris who holds onto it.
45' Aurier is in a lot of space on the right wing again and he's picked out by Lamela. He goes for goal this time and hits his low shot across goal, but it doesn't test De Gea as it's sent well wide of the far post.
43' Maguire's clearance on a corner falls to Winks on the edge of the box and the midfielder hits the shot first time on the volley. It's a wild effort though and it flies high and wide of the top-left corner.
D. James
Yellow Card
41' James is dispossessed by Dier and he feels that he should've had a free-kick. He gets up and catches Dier with a late challenge and is shown the first yellow card of the game.
39' Fernandes plays another clever throughball to Rashford on the edge of the box, but the forward is quickly closed down by Spurs defence. He's crowded off the ball and Spurs come away with it.
37' Spurs are closing United down high up the field and putting them under pressure to clear their lines quickly which is forcing the away side into making some sloppy passes.
35' Aurier plays a good throughball into the box for Son and he taps it into Bergwijn's path with his touch. He chips a shot towards goal, but the offside flag has gone up against Son.
33' Bergwijn is only the second player to score in his first three home Premier League appearances for Spurs after Rafael van der Vaart in 2010.
31' GREAT SAVE! Bergwijn cuts inside and chips a great cross to Son on the left of the box. He's unmarked and heads his effort on target but De Gea is quickly off his line and tips the ball over the crossbar.
30' Fernandes swings the free-kick into the box and Rashford is waiting in the middle. Sanchez reaches it ahead of him though and a deflection off the defender sends it towards the bottom-right corner, but Lloris gets down quickly to push it away.
29' McTominay is brought down on the right wing by Sissoko and United have a free-kick in a dangerous position which Fernandes is standing over.
S. Bergwijn
27' SPURS TAKE THE LEAD! United don't deal with Lloris' goal-kick and Aurier finds Bergwijn. He still has a lot to do though as he dribbles past two United defenders to get into the box and fires his shot at goal. De Gea gets a hand to it, but can't stop the ball from hitting the back of the net. 1-0 Spurs!
S. Aurier
27' Shaw's clearing header is aimed towards Rashford, but Aurier puts pressure on the forward and manages to squeeze the ball to Bergwijn.
25' James overhits his initial cross into the box but Rashford recovers it and touches it onto Fernandes. He drills his low shot towards the near post from the left of the box, but Lloris gets across to hold onto it. 
24' The referee's whistle has gone and the players make their way to the side of the pitch for the cooling break.
22' GOOD SAVE! Fernandes swings a cross into the box and Sanchez heads it away. It's a poor clearance that falls to Rashford on the left of the box and Lloris stops his first-time shot with his foot.
21' United are slowly starting to move out from the back, but are struggling to find space in the final third. Wan-Bissaka is closed down by three Spurs players when he receives it on the right and he can't squeeze a cross into the box.
19' Aurier is in a lot of space on his own on the right and Winks switches play to him with a great pass. The right-back takes too long to decide what he wants to do though and United get players back to clear his low cross into the box.
17' Rashford picks the ball up near the halfway line on the left wing and turns away from Aurier to swing a deep cross into the box. James makes the run at the far post, but Davies gets there just ahead of him to tap it out for a corner.
15' Lamela finds himself in some space on the left wing this time but plays his cross into Kane too early once again. It takes a deflection off Wan-Bissaka and De Gea comes off his line to collect it.
13' Spurs have the first shot of the match as Son picks up the ball just outside the box. He keeps it low, but there's no power on it and it's a comfortable save for De Gea at his near post.
12' Aurier plays a neat one-two with Bergwijn down the right but has two United players tracking his run. He sets himself to put a cross into the box, but Shaw is there to block it from close range.
10' United are looking to record consecutive away Premier League wins against Spurs for the first time since a run of six between September 2001 and February 2007.
8' Spurs have a chance to counter-attack and Lamela spots Kane's run through the middle. He curls his cross towards the forward, but Maguire makes a good block to intercept it.
6' Bergwijn makes a darting run down the right and finds himself in a lot of space as he swings a cross into the box. Shaw sticks a leg out to send it out for a corner, but Lamela can't find a team-mate in the box.
4' Lloris' goal-kick is intercepted by Lindelof and he plays a long ball over the top to try and play in Rashford. He's being tightly marked by Dier on the edge of the box and he's beaten to it by the defender.
2' McTominay slides the ball through to Fernandes and he plays a throughball into the box with his first touch. He's looking to pick out James' run, but Davies reads it well and clears his lines.
1' Rashford gets the game underway for United! Just before the kick-off, the players and officials all took a knee in recognition of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The teams are coming out onto the field now, with kick-off just moments away.
Spurs lost their last home league game, 3-2 against Wolves. The last time they lost back-to-back home games in the Premier League was in January 2019, with those defeats coming against Wolves and United.
The big news for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is that he brings back Rashford into the starting line-up following a back injury with Pogba also returning to the squad, but he starts on the bench.
Mourinho is handed a big boost as Kane returns to the starting line-up for the first time since January. Aurier, Davies, Sissoko, Winks and Son are also brought in. Alderwiereld, Vertonghen, Ndombele and Skipp drop to the bench while Dele Alli misses out through suspension.
MANCHESTER UNITED SUBS: Sergio Romero, Juan Mata, Paul Pogba, Nemanja Matic, Mason Greenwood, Odion Ighalo, Jesse Lingard, Brandon Williams, Eric Bailly.
MANCHESTER UNITED STARTING XI (4-2-3-1): David de Gea; Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw; Scott McTominay, Fred; Daniel James, Bruno Fernandes, Marcus Rashford; Anthony Martial.
TOTTENHAM SUBS: Paulo Gazzaniga, Oliver Skipp, Gedson Fernandes, Harvey White, Giovani Lo Celso, Toby Alderweireld, Ryan Sessegnon, Tanguy Ndombele, Jan Vertonghen.
TOTTENHAM STARTING XI (4-2-3-1): Hugo Lloris; Serge Aurier, Davinson Sanchez, Eric Dier, Ben Davies; Moussa Sissoko, Harry Winks; Son Heung-Min, Erik Lamela, Steven Bergwijn; Harry Kane.
United were in good form before the season was paused due to Covid-19 as they were on an 11-match unbeaten run in all competitions (W8 D3) and have a chance to get into the top four with a win today. As for Spurs, they were struggling before football was brought to stop, having failed to win their last six games in all competitions (D2 L4). A win for Jose Mourinho's team today would close the gap to the top four as they continue to push for a Champions League spot.
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