Spurs draw 2-2 for Manchester United in Premier League

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Spurs draw 2-2 for Manchester United in Premier League

Manchester United player ratings

David De Gea – 7/10

Make at least two important saves.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – 6/10

Fill the game with a bit of fun. Causing him to fall out of position sometimes That’s why Richarlison often slipped into the back of Manchester United’s home in the first half. But in the second half he was more careful.

Victor Lindelof – 6.5/10

Paired with Shaw no problem. But in the second half he was lucky not to be fired.

Luke Shaw – 7/10

Once again taking a role in the center back position. and do a great job He helps overlap the defensive game well. And there is no problem in duels in the air.

Diogo Dalot – 6/10

Starting at left-back again Sometimes there were problems dealing with Pedro Porro before the second half was moved to play at right-back.

Casemiro – 6/10

Helps Manchester United’s center to be balanced, but in the second half he sometimes loses the ball a bit too easily. and at the end of the game, he almost headed to score the winning goal for the team

Christian Eriksen – 7/10

Really great vision looking around Smart passing and accurately place long balls

Anthony – 6/10

In the first half, he rarely got pressured by opponents. The second half is relatively quiet.

Bruno Fernandes – 7.5/10

Often involved in offensive games And precisely placed long balls for Rashford to slip in and give the team a 2-0 lead, in fact, he should also be named as a scorer.

Jadon Sancho – 7/10

good start before blowing decisively, giving the team a 1-0 lead

Marcus Rashford – 7.5/10

1 assist and 1 tung

Tottenham Hotspur have just changed their caretaker manager once again.

After Christian Stellini’s 5-1 defeat at Newcastle saw him sacked and Ryan Mason appointed. come to act instead until the end of the season Before the game, they ranked fifth with 53 points from 32 games, 6 points behind Manchester United, the fourth-ranked team, but the Golden Spurs played 2 more games.

Manchester United, meanwhile, reached the FA Cup final by beating Brighton on penalties at the weekend. Causing them to play fewer games than other teams in the league, they are still in the top four with 59 points from 30 games at this time.