Premier League heavyweights Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspurs met yesterday for the second time this season in a bid to clinch three points so each club could be in a fantastic position as the Premier League season draws closer to an end.
In their last meeting,it was an embarrassment to Manchester United who played hosts to the London club which went ahead to scoop a huge win at Old Trafford.
Their last meeting saw Tottenham Hotspurs ran riot at Manchester United by putting six past them against one consolation goal from Manchester United. This made Tottenham Hotspurs dominate Premier League then with an impressive form.
Of late, however, their form hugely dropped, losing several games in the run and finally dropping out of the top four.
Yesterday's game was also a continuation of the miseries,as they lost to Manchester United by three goals to one.
One of the most fantastic records of these match, however, was the fact that Manchester United Midfielder Fred Rodriguez finally scored a Premier League goal for the first time in four years. Fred scored the first goal to equalize Tottenham Hotspurs' opener.
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