English Premier league is famous for its tenacious and unpredictable results.
Yesterday’s Super Sunday will be a night, the most successful teams in British football history wants to forget as Manchester United lost 1-6 at home to Spurs while Liverpool were beaten 7-2 away by Aston Villa.
Manchester United took the early lead in the second minute of the game from the penalty spot, scored by Bruno Fernandes. It went all wrong for them from then. N’dombele equalized for Spurs, 3 minutes later caused by a howler from United captain, Harry Maguire.
Another Maguire mistake led Spurs to take the lead as Huen-Ming Son scored his first goal of the game minutes later.
Manchester United were down to ten men after the forward Anthony Martial was sent off for hitting an opposition player in the neck. Eric Lamela, the suspect himself was shown a yellow card for his behavior as he was the first one start the brawl.
Spurs easily took control of the game, scoring their third minutes after the red, Harry Kane the skipper scoring. Son scored his second goal of the game before half time from near post, beating both Eric Bailly and keeper David De gea.
Spurs didn’t stop their ruthlessness there, scored two more in the second half by, Harry Kane and Serge Aurier.
Liverpool and Aston Villa both were at a 100% record before the game, but it was Villa who took the early lead by Ollie Watkins scoring two before 25 minutes. Salah scored a goal for Liverpool in the 33rd minute giving the champions some hope of retribution.
However, Watkins completed his hattrick, five minutes later while McGinn score the fourth goal before half time. Ross Barkley came on the second half and scored 10 minutes after resuming. Mo Salah scored another making the score 5-2 but Villa kept their cool and scored two more by the skipper, Jack Grealish.
This was the first time in English Football history where both Man United and Liverpool conceded more than 6 goals on the same day.