Man United's incredible defensive record at Old Trafford following Spurs shutout

Man United's incredible defensive record at Old Trafford following Spurs shutout

Man United's incredible defensive record at Old Trafford following Spurs shutout

UNITED boss Jose Mourinho reacted with a "finger to lips" gesture after beating Tottenham at Old Trafford today.

But one chance was all that was needed to decide matters, with Red Devils substitute Anthony Martial once again coming off the bench to devastating effect, as he latched onto Romelu Lukaku's perfectly-placed flick-on to slot past the onrushing Hugo Lloris with ten minutes remaining.

"We all feel we have to win every match so that's why I felt disappointed at Huddersfield", he told Sky Sports.

Manchester United's Anthony Martial celebrates scoring his side's first goal of the game during the Premier League match against Tottenham Hotspur (pic: Martin Rickett/PA Images). Our two strikers were up against wonderful central defenders today, some of the best in Europe.

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It turned out to be a masterstroke from Mourinho, with Martial keeping his nerve to score in the 81st minute, and the attacker sent a clear message to his manager after the win. "To play well against a very, very good team feels even better". Both teams were trying to win but both knew the opponent was strong.

"I think we had more chances to win the match, tactically hard for both teams, for both players".

"We tried and we deserved the victory".

"It was a shame to lose". Harry Kane chipped in with two more goals, but the performance of Son Heung-son showed Pochettino the kind of quality he had been keeping in reserve during most of the first two months of the season.

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