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Harry Kane, Tottenham Demolish Jose Mourinho, Manchester United in 3-0 win | Bleacher Report



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Tottenham Hotspur inflicted a second Premier League defeat of the season on Manchester United on Monday night when they relieved to a 0-0 Victory at Old Trafford

Two goals in the second half were enough for the Spurs to take command after a goalless first half, in which the hosts had decided the match.

Harry Kane went home Kieran Trippier corner after 50 minutes to bring the Spurs into the lead. Lucas Moura quickly doubled his lead as he passed Christian Eriksen's pass to goalkeeper David De Gea.

The Brazilian finished the game with six minutes of playtime. He took a pass from Kane and sped past Smalling before confidently passing De Gea.

Mourinho's Lack of Ideas Suspended

Jose Mourinho caused a stir with his team selection as he joined Phil Jones and Chris Smalling recalled in the backcourt three alongside midfielder Ander Herrera. Eric Bailly was eliminated altogether from the squad, while Victor Lindelof remained on the bench.

BBC Sport Simon Stein offered an explanation for the lineup:

Mourinho's team selection was a real game of chance and one that backfired spectacularly. United was defensively shaky, with Herrera heavily in charge of the second goal:

Former footballer Danny Higginbotham highlighted her defense issues:

Also Mourinho had few ideas how United could come back into the game after the 0: 2-deficit. Alexis Sanchez arrived for Herrera, but made little impression.

Marouane Fellaini was also predictable as Mourinho sought a more direct approach. Adam Crafton on Daily Mail criticized his approach:

There is a growing sense of uneasiness about Alt Trafford with Mourinho failing to get the best out of a troop full of attacking talents like Sanchez, [19659009] Romelu Lukaku Marcus Rashford Juan Mata and Anthony Martial [19659004] It is also known that Mourinho entered his third season in Alt [19659009] Trafford arrives and at this time has the reputation of self-destruction in his term of office:

Per [19659038] Opta This result was Mourinho's biggest home defeat as a manager in a contest. Two defeats from the first three Premier League games have also shown a worrying lack of ideas Mourinho.

Shaw earns England spot before Rose

One of the few bright spots for Manchester United on Monday night was the performance of left-back Luke Shaw, who slightly outshined his opponent Danny Rose.

The 23-year-old has made it back to the team this season and impressed in the opening games.

He was one of United's better players at Old Trafford in a performance full of energy, drive and willingness to join the attack

Football writer Andy Mitten shared his thoughts: