Manchester United defender Patrice Evra insists his team deserved to lose to Tottenham on Saturday.The win was Spurs' first at Old Trafford in 23 years and came after being 2-0 up at the break courtesy of goals from Jan Vertonghen and Gareth Bale, with Evra bemoaning the United's performance in the first half.
Tottenham have recorded their first league win at Manchester United in 23 years with a 3-2 victory at Old Trafford on Saturday.Andre Villas-Boas' team dominated the first half and were good value for their 2-0 lead at the break, courtesy of goals from Jan Vertonghen and Gareth Bale.
Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has admitted he is scared to comment on Sir Alex Ferguson's influence over referees.Wigan boss Roberto Martinez has been charged by the FA this week for criticising referee Michael Oliver's performance during the Latics' defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Chris Waddle believes Tottenham are capable of finishing in the top four again, despite the heavy investment of those around them.Under Harry Redknapp last season, the side blew a 12-point lead over bitter rivals Arsenal to finish a point behind them in fourth, but their poor form was punished even further when Chelsea went on to win the Champions League and take the fourth qualification spot in their place.
Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen admits his decision to move to the club was based on the prospect of facing the world's best strikers.The Belgian defender, who was signed from Ajax in July, has started Tottenham's past four English Premier League games as Andre Villas-Boas' side sit in eighth place following victories over Reading and Queens Park Rangers.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson says the club are suffering under the weight of another defensive injury crisis.Phil Jones (knee) and Chris Smalling (broken metatarsal) have each spent a prolonged spell on the sidelines, with club captain Nemanja Vidic facing more time out after undergoing minor knee surgery on Tuesday.
Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas says his team will go all out to earn maximum points at Manchester United for the first time since 1989.The former Chelsea boss attempted to take the game to Sir Alex Ferguson's team last season and left empty-handed as the Blues were beaten 3-1 having conceded three goals before half-time.
|30-09||Spurs deserved their win, says Evra|
|29-09||Premier League: Manchester United 2 Tottenham 3|
|29-09||Villas-Boas bites lip over Fergie|
|29-09||Waddle confident Spurs can finish top four|
|28-09||Vertonghen ready to face world´s best|
|28-09||Ferguson short of defensive options|
|27-09||Villas-Boas: We´ll go after United|