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What UEFA Said After Manchester United's Dramatic Comeback Against Tottenham Hotspurs

Tottenham Hotspurs led their opponents Manchester United in the first half but the red devils produced unmatched performance to overcome stubborn Tottenham Hotspurs defense in the second half thanks to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's tactical change to introduce Mason Greenwood in place of the silent Marcus Rashford

Manchester United had a goal controversially ruled out for McTominay foul on Heung Min Son in the first half. However, this didn't affect Manchester United as the came from behind to win the match by 3 goals to 1. Fred scored on the 57th minute to make it 1-1. With the match at 1-1 and looking like it was destined for a draw, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer substituted Marcus Rashford and replaced him with youngster Mason Greenwood on 72nd minute. 7 minutes later, Nasin Greenwood lied a pinpoint cross which was met by flying Cavani to give the red devils the lead. Greenwood made it 1-3 in the 90th minute to to make sure United gets all the three points.

Following the win UEFA wrote in the official account to congratulate the red devils. The post read; Manchester United are now unbeaten in 23 premier league away games after coming from behind to beat Tottenham Hotspur.

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