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Tottenham Hotspur - Manchester United
Premier League - 13 January 2019
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FT: Spurs 0-1 United. Rashford's first-half strike makes it six out of six for Solsjkaer. De Gea was sensational in the second half as the hosts created chance after chance.
United trying to keep the ball in the home side's half. Spurs will have one last push.
- OffPaul PogbaManchester United
- OnScott McTominayManchester United
UNITED CHANGE: McTominay on for Pogba.
Four minutes added.
Lukaku looks to end Spurs' hopes on the counter attack, but sees his shot from the edge of the box well blocked by Davies.
Another big chance for Spurs Llorente controls a right-wing cross, but can only stab his shot straight at De Gea.
De Gea has been quite sensational in this second half.
Kane turns superbly in the box but sees another shot diverted to safety by the feet of De Gea. What a keeper!
United can see the finish line, but it remains all Spurs. The hosts will feel they can carve out a couple of openings in the dying moments, but will they be able to get past De Gea?
- OffJesse LingardManchester United
- OnDiogo DalotManchester United
UNITED CHANGE: Dalot on for Lingard.
- OffHarry WinksTottenham Hotspur
- OnFernando LlorenteTottenham Hotspur
SPURS CHANGE: Llorente on for Winks.
Kane turns 30 yards out but rifles way wide of target. That was a bit of a desperate effort from Tottenham's talisman.
- Yellow cardPaul PogbaManchester United
Pogba blots the copy book on a super display by going in the book.
United's threat on the counter has pretty much disappeared for now, but don't rule out the visitors from putting something together as the hosts take more risks trying to get level. It's been an onslaught from Spurs for much of this half.
This is ridiculous. Alli does brilliantly to manufacture space to get a shot away from Eriksen's pass, but once more De Gea is there to push it to safety.
- OffAnthony MartialManchester United
- OnRomelu LukakuManchester United
UNITED CHANGE: Martial off, Lukaku on.
Kane hovers over a 25-yard free kick but sees his curling effort plucked out of the air by De Gea. One for the cameras for the Spain keeper.
What a save! Alderweireld meets Eriksen's right-wing corner on the volley but De Gea reacts brilliantly to kick it clear at his near post.
Spurs are well on top now. Can they find a way past the inspired De Gea?
Eriksen steps up but fires the resulting free kick just wide of the far post.
- Yellow cardAnder HerreraManchester United
Free kick to Spurs as Herrera is forced to make a foul 25 yards out in the aftermath of that Alli opportunity.
Alli races clear into the right side of the box. He steadies himself but then sees his low effort thwarted by De Gea once more.
Eriksen skips beyond Shaw but sees a tame 30-yard strike fly straight at De Gea.
DID YOU KNOW? United are targeting consecutive clean sheets in the Premier League for the first time this season.
Spurs have just under half an hour to stop that happening. De Gea could be busy if the start of this half is anything to go by.
Martial does well on the left before teeing up Pogba who sees his first-time deflected effort from the edge of the box pushed to safety by the full-stretch dive of Lloris.
Winks does brilliantly to feed Trippier on the overlap. The full back hangs up a lovely cross into the middle, but Lamela makes a mess of it as he shoulders well wide.
Kane beats Jones to Eriksen's inviting delivery from the right but can't guide his header beyond the well-placed De Gea.
That sums up one of the major changes Solsjkaer has made since taking the helm.
Pogba powers through the middle once again. The Frenchman follows up on his deflected shot to try and stab it over the advancing Lloris, but the French keeper gets fingers on it to ensure it drops just over the bar.
Good hands from Lloris as he dives to his right and holds on to Pogba's header from Young's cross.
- Yellow cardDele AlliTottenham Hotspur
Alii booked for catching Pogba as the United midfielder looked to surge throguh the middle on the counter attack.
Spurs come again. This time De Gea leaps to his left to palm away Alli's header from Trippier's cross.
Kane bursts free following a neat Spurs move, but De Gea is there to deny him with his feet.
VIDEO: Rashford's opener.
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KICK OFF! United restart the contest.
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HT: Spurs 0-1 United. Rashford's clinical finish on the stroke of half time has given Solsjkaer's United the advantage.
STAT: Rashford has netted in a third consecutive PL game for the first time.
That was a sensational pass from Pogba. United will feel they deserve that.
- GoalMarcus RashfordManchester United
GOAL! Pogba benefits from Trippier's poor pass and wastes little time sending Rashford clear. The forward takes one touch before fizzing a low shot across Lloris and into the far corner.
- OffMoussa SissokoTottenham Hotspur
- OnErik LamelaTottenham Hotspur
SPURS CHANGE: Lamela on for the injured Sissoko.
Sissoko is down once more.
Meanwhile, there's a bit of hand bags between Martial and Tripper. The latter felt United should have put the ball out when Sissoko hit the deck again.
Sissoko is jogging with a clear limp. Surely, he should go off to avoid doing any further damage?
Sissoko is trying to run it off while Lamela appears to be getting ready on the touchline.
Play has been halted for Sissoko to receive some treatment.
Sissoko chases a ball down the right flank but pulls up short in his race with Shaw. Looks like a groin problem. Bad news for Spurs.
ATTEMPTS: Spurs 6-4 United.
ON TARGET: Spurs 0-2 United.
Winks takes Davies' pass 30 yards out, shifts it into space and rifles an awful effort high, wide and, er, not so handsome.
STAT: Plenty of talk about United's improved form under Solsjkaer, but Spurs have lost just once in 11 matches in all competitions, winning nine and drawing one.
Alli knocks Trippier's deep cross back into the six-yard box. Kane stabs it home - but his joy is short-lived as he is flagged offside. Let off for the visitors.
Eriksen, Kane and Son all have shots blocked as United struggle to deal with the home side';s movement in and around the left side of their penalty area.
POSSESSION: Spurs 58 per cent - United 42 per cent.
Kane is left free to take down a right-wing corner, but sees his goal-bound shot blocked.
TOP SIX SHOWDOWNS: United have yet to win in five encounters with the established top six this term, losing on three occasions. Meanwhile, Spurs have been beaten in four of their eight PL meetings with the top six at Wembley.
PHOTO: The chap on the right will be the happier of the two so far.
VIDEO: Winks' earlier chance for the hosts.
Pogba seizes upon an error by Trippier and sends Martial free down the left. The Frenchman jinks into the area and fires in a low shot that Lloris block away at his near post.
Rashford makes a smart diagonal run to latch on to Matic's slide-rule pass, but the England youngster is flagged offside as he looked to dink it over the advancing Lloris.
It's been an intriguing an entertaining opening to this one. Both sides have had good moments in attack with an end-to-end feel about it.
United respond and almost snatch the lead. Alderweireld's poor defensive header from Young's probing cross falls kindly for Lingard, who steadies himself before rifling a wild shot beyond the far corner.
From the resulting corner, the ball drops for Winks again but this time he blazes over the top from the edge of the box.
Spurs rip through United's defence for the first time. Son dances in from the left and slips a delightful pass in-behind for Winks who fails to find the far corner from a narrow angle.
DID YOU KNOW? Tottenham are on a club record run of 25 league matches without a draw (W19, L6). That dates back to a 1-1 draw at Brighton on April 17, last year.
VIDEO: Poch meets Ole.
STAT: Spurs could lose consecutive PL home games for the first time since May 2015.
Spurs with all of the ball in the very early stages. Trippier is given time to tee up a cross from the right that Kane doesn't quite react to. That could have been a real problem for United if the England captain had anticipated the curve on that delivery.
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KICK OFF! Spurs get us underway.
RED-HOT RASHFORD: Marcus Rashford has been directly involved in nine goals in his last eight top -flight matches. The England man has netted four and set up five.
Mauricio Pochettino: "To move to our new stadium will be massive, massive for our fans. I cannot wait to move. I told Daniel (Levy), he always listens and arrives in my office and says 'do you know what will be good, to move there or not?'. I said 200% we have to move there as soon as."
More from Solskjær, this time on Harry Kane: "He's not bad, is he? He is a fantastic goalscorer, one of the best in the world. From the outside it looks like he never misses chances really. We have to make sure he doesn't get any against us."
Meanwhile, Solskjaer says he understands why Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has been heavily tipped to take the reins on a permanent basis at Manchester United.
OPINION: It was a catalogue of failings which led to the sacking of Jose Mourinho as Manchester United manager, but less than a month later Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has the perfect stage upon which to stake a claim for the job on a permanent basis, writes Ben Grounds.
It's two changes from the side that last featured in the PL for Man United in their 2-0 victory at Newcastle. Ashley Young and Jesse Lingard start along with Paul Pogba, who is fit again after missing the FA Cup triumph over Reading with a knock to his right leg.
Spurs make three changes from their League Cup success over Chelsea. As expected, Hugo Lloris returns between the sticks while Jan Vertonghen and Ben Davies are also recalled.
CONFIRMED TEAMS - SPURS: Lloris, Trippier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies, Sissoko, Winks, Eriksen, Alli, Son, Kane... Subs: Gazzaniga, Sanchez, Foyth, Rose, Skipp, Lamela, Llorente. /// MAN UNITED: De Gea, Young, Jones, Lindelof, Shaw, Matic, Herrera, Lingard, Pogba, Martial, Rashford... Subs: Romero, Dalot, McTominay, Fred, Pereira, Mata, Lukaku.
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