|Paul Pogba floors Giovanni Lo Celso in a keenly contested premier league encounter on Sunday. United won 3-1. (Photo credit: Premierleague.com)|
Manchester United beat Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 in a fiercely contested affair on Sunday at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium.
However, second half strikes from Fred, Cavani and substitute Mason Greenwood ensured that United left with the three points in what can be called a big revenge after the 6-1 annihilation of United by Spurs at Old Trafford earlier in the season.
McTominay, who already had a yellow card, wasn't booked for the incident but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his players were apoplectic that the foul had been given for an error that wasn't clear and obvious.
"At the time... you can't accept that, it's a total injustice. But you've got to get on with the game, and for us to come away with three points is pleasing."
Lloris pulled off an excellent save to deny Cavani on 57 minutes but didn't manage to hold onto the ball and Fred pounced on the rebound to fire it into the net and bring United equal.
"Dean [Henderson] made two very, very good saves, especially the one from Harry Kane. We were dominant at 2-1, but then they scored the third goal. My opinion is that it was a very good game and we did not deserve this result at all. But we lost against a very good team."
At the post match interview, the managers had a go at each other with Solksjaer aiming dig at Son for diving and Mourinho counting his trophies to shade Ole, more will definitely follow especially with social media taking it up