Published: Thu, December 05, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Scott McTominay Plays - Manchester United Team vs Tottenham Hotspur Confirmed

Scott McTominay Plays - Manchester United Team vs Tottenham Hotspur Confirmed

Taking Martial's place in the United attack is 18-year-old striker Greenwood, who starts a Premier League game for the first time this season, while Scott McTominay is fit to come into midfield. "Tottenham want to win trophies and I don't think there is a better partnership than Mourinho and Tottenham together to try win some trophies", Bale told BT Sport. "We didn't start well at all", said Mourinho, whose side fell behind to a seventh-minute goal from Rashford.

"For 30 minutes they were not just better than us, they were much better than us", Mourinho admitted.

Following the win, Solskjaer was quick to praise Rashford for his fine performance that could've seen United go three goals up before Alli's equaliser if it hadn't been for Paulo Gazzaniga's heroics in goal. "I analyse them as an opponent, how they play".

Eriksen has been on Real Madrid's orbit for "sometime" and the first time they approached Tottenham for his transfer, the English side asked €250m.

'We want them to go out and enjoy themselves, with no fear of losing.

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"When he plays from the left he is really risky and I knew that and gave the players the best information about it".

Rashford has now scored nine goals and made four assists in the Premier League this season for the Red Devils.

On the penalty he added: "I don't know, I didn't see it, but I think what happened inside of the box is a outcome of what happened before".

Solskjaer was unsurprisingly even more fulsome in his praise of the 22-year-old England worldwide, who delivered a performance of real quality. "It's the best he's had under me", said Solskjær.

Solskjaer said: 'The boy is 22 and today he played like he was in the back yard or garden or in the playground with his mates. "We want them to have fun, there's nothing risky out there - just 75,00 people, wanting to see the best", he said.

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