Manchester United’s terrific away form continues in grand style as they came from a goal down to beat Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham 3-1 in what can be described as a spirited second-half performance.
Despite a controversial VAR call that saw Manchester United’s first goal canceled, the Red Devils did what they have done for most part of the season away from home.
A Fred’s rebound, Edison Cavani’s thumping header, and sublime strike in the second half sealed the win for Red Devils.
Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s men are still unbeaten this season away from home with eight games left before the season ends.
Here are three records you should know
1. Mason Greenwood is the first teenager (19y, 192d) to score and assist as a substitute for Manchester United in a Premier League match since Cristiano Ronaldo in November 2003 (against Portsmouth).
2. English top-flight history, Manchester United’s current 23-game unbeaten run away from home in the league (W15 D8) is bettered only by a 27-game run from Arsenal between April 2003 and September 2004.
3. José Mourinho has suffered 10 league defeats in a single season for the first time in his entire managerial career.