At last, football is back as two of the English top sides clashed with each other at the Wembley Stadium. It’s Jose Mourinho against United’s Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as both manager slugged it out on the playing turf earning a 1-1 draw in the process.
The Red Devils equalized from Bruno Fernandes after going down to Tottenham`s Steven Bergwijn first-half strike in the 27th minute. With both sides sharing the spoils, we evaluate the three (3) interesting things we learned from the Crunch tie.
A smart finish from Steven Bergwijn
The Tottenham winger wasted no time before given his London side the lead in the frenetic contest. He took his chance pretty well to bury home the finish beyond United goalkeeper David De Gea leaving the visitors to chase the game for much of the contest.
Mourinho would be delighted with the goal as they mounted pressure on the Red Devils at home.It was a well-taken strike from the Tottenham man. That was the perfect start for the home side following the return of football amid the post-Corona Virus Pandemic.
Good result for Manchester United