After hiring Jose Mourinho & spending over £100m, Manchester United miss out on top four spot (Tottenham 2-1 Man U)

Tottenham celebrated their last match at the White Hart Lane on Sunday evening with an impressive 2-1 win over Manchester United ending the Old Trafford team’s chances of qualifying to the UEFA Champions League via a league table finish.

Liverpool comfortably beat West Ham 4-0 earlier on Sunday meaning Man U had to at least draw with Tottenham to have any hope of reaching the top four places, but two goals from Victor Wanyama and Harry Kane ensured Man U will end either 5th or 6th while the Tottenham is guaranteed the number two spot on the league table, a massive points improvement from last season.


White Hart lane, housing over 30,000 fans will now be destroyed and redeveloped to contain 61,000 fans and what better way to celebrate moving temporarily to Wembley stadium than defeating a Jose Mourinho tutored side who have an eye on securing champions league football by beating Ajax later this month in the Europa League final.

More photos of the interesting match after the cut.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *