Results English Premier League, Gol Martial Inter Man United Conquered Tottenham
Manchester United win 1-0 over Tottenham Hotspur guest in English Premier League match at Old Trafford Stadium on Saturday (28/10/2017). The single goal of the Red Devils team came from Anthony Martial who came on as a substitute, in the 81st minute.
Manchester United actually looks inferior in terms of the game. They only control 45.5 percent of the game and release three shots on target from ten businesses.
Compare with Tottenham armed with four kicks from 12 experiments.
After ten minutes of the first minute, the Spurs teams were able to get out of the nest and spread a number of threats.
Starting from Moussa Sissoko, Eric Dier, and Dele Alli took turns to make David De Gea sweaty, but none of them thrilled the goal nets in the first half.
After a pause, especially since Jesse Lingard and Martial entered, Manchester United gave tight resistance.
Starting from the service Lingard, Lukaku had launched a shot right into the crossbar in the 79th minute.
Two minutes later, Lukaku redeemed his failure by creating a Martial goal. The process showcased the effective game.
The ball of David De Gea’s kick was reflected by Lukaku so as to present a free space for Martial, who eventually conquered Hugo Lloris.
In total, Manchester United made only three touches from De Gea’s kick up to Martial’s goal.
The various attempts made by both teams in the last ten minutes of normal time, did not work out. Score 1-0 to Jose Mourinho’s troops victory was closed this game.
With this victory, Manchester United perched in second place with a collection of 23 points. They are two points adrift of top standings, Manchester City, who will play West Bromwich Albion a few hours ago.
Meanwhile, Tottenham stuck in third position. They are three points behind Manchester United.
Manchester United 1-0 Tottenham Hotspur (Anthony Martial 81 ‘)
Composition of players
Manchester United: 1-David De Gea; 3-Eric Bailly, 4-Phil Jones, 12-Chris Smalling; 25-Antonio Valencia, 21-Ander Herrera, 31-Nemanja Matic, 18-Ashley Young; 22-Henrikh Mkhitaryan; 19-Marcus Rashford, 9-Romelu Lukaku
Manager: Jose Mourinho
Tottenham Hotspur: 1-Hugo Lloris; 4-Toby Alderweireld, 5-Jan Vertonghen, 15-Eric Dier; 24-Serge Aurier, 29-Harry Winks, 23-Christian Eriksen, 20-Dele Alli, 33-Ben Davies; 17-Moussa Sissoko; 7-Song Heung-Min
Manager: Mauricio Pochettino
Referee: Jonathan Moss