Tottenham v. Manchester United | PREMIER LEAGUE HIGHLIGHTS | 4/11/2021 | NBC Sports

Tottenham v. Manchester United | PREMIER LEAGUE HIGHLIGHTS | 4/11/2021 | NBC Sports

Manchester United came roaring back after Heung-min Son’s opening goal, as they scored three unanswered in the second half to sink Tottenham. #NBCSports #PremierLeague #Tottenham #ManchesterUnited
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60 Responses

  1. An Achilles Tendon says:

    Greenwood was sensational in the limited time he had

  2. Mascellino Ariho says:

    Them touches to Fred’s goal doe🔥🔥

  3. Ermi says:

    Glad to see that Fred finally found his Brazilian passport😂🇧🇷

  4. oranges says:

    solskjær at halftime: “lads, it’s second-half and we’re facing tottenham.”

  5. Cem Spicer says:

    dude Henderson is such a fast goalkeeper, the fact that he almost saved Son’s shot is crazy

  6. Off The Hook Productions says:

    You gotta love Cavani’s passion. His excitement when he scores a goal is contagious!

    • Kojo Boateng says:

      You have to have passion as a center forward when that ball rips that net.

    • M M says:

      Cavani’s a very passionate racist as well

    • Paigon Merchant says:

      @M M Negrito is not offensive, just a friendly way to say black guy with care (“Ito” is added to a word to show care ex; flakito, gordito, guerito)

    • Uber Guy says:

      @M M no. Cavani was talking to his friend. And the word he used is a term of Endearment used by millions of people every day in Latin America. Blanquito = my little white friend, negrito = my little black friend, gordito = my chubby friend, flaquito = my skinny friend. Any word that ends with ITO in Spanish is a term of endearment. It was nothing but cultural misunderstanding.

    • Velocity Spritz says:

      @Stephen A. Smith son fell like he got a concussion or something I was fuming

  7. viet tran says:

    Are we going to ignore Greenwood assisted with his left foot then scored with the right foot a few mins later?

  8. Hammed A says:

    Notice how all the Spurs defenders raised their hands for offside simultaneously when Fred scored 🤣🤣

  9. sean Burst says:

    Not enough people are talking about how good pogba played

  10. Chuong Do says:

    Cavani is just so professional. He can’t adjust to life in England and want to leave at the end of the season. Yet, every time he’s on the field, he still plays with so much passion. Contrast this with how Di Maria behaved back then.

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