Mourinho’s Spurs Humiliate Man Utd at Old Trafford


Jose Mourinho returned to Manchester United and humiliated his old club as Tottenham came from behind to record a famous 6-1 win at Old Trafford.

Son Hueng-min and Harry Kane scored twice, with Tanguy Ndombele and Serge Aurier also on target as 10-man United suffered their worst defeat since they were memorably hammered 6-1 at home by Manchester City in 2011.

It meant it was not only the heaviest defeat since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took temporary charge in December 2018, but also the largest United have suffered since Ed Woodward took over as executive vice-chairman in 2013.

The result leaves United 16th in the Premier League table, with newly promoted Fulham and West Brom the only clubs with a worse goal difference. Only West Brom have conceded more than their 11 goals.

United were completely outplayed, even before they were reduced to 10 men midway through the first-half when Anthony Martial dragged his hand across Erik Lamela’s face in reaction to an elbow in his neck.

In contrast, Tottenham moved up to fifth after emerging from a packed schedule of five games in 11 days in three competitions with a creditable four wins and a draw.



Leicester 0-3 West Ham

So’thampton 2-0 West Brom

Arsenal 2-1 Sheffield Utd

Wolves 1-0 Fulham

Man Utd 1-6 Tottenham

Aston Villa 7-2 Liverpool


Osasuna 2-0 Celta Vigo

Alaves 1-0 Bilbao

Levante 0-2 Real Madrid

Barcelona 1-1 Sevilla


Atalanta 5-2 Cagliari

Benevento 1-0 Bologna

Lazio 1-1 Inter Milan

Parma 1-0 Spezia

Juve v Napoli (PP)


Montpellier 0-1 Nimes

Bordeaux 3-0 Dijon

Brest 1-0 Monaco

Metz 3-1 Lorient

Strasbourg 0-3 Lille

Rennes 2-2 Reims