Man United rally to beat Newcastle, Spurs win

Man United rally to beat Newcastle, Spurs win

Man United rally to beat Newcastle, Spurs win

United's stirring comeback appears to have kept Mourinho is a job for now, but a return to poor form after the global break could well see the manager sacked before Christmas. "If there (are) some difficulties with the agreements of Brexit, it is my fault". It's my life, it's a life I love, it's a life I worked since I was a kid.

Mourinho said he was surprised to hear the crowd chanting his name - "Actually I was amazed, but I don't really want to hear that because it's not about me, it's about the club" - and compared the loyalty of United fans with that of Liverpool supporters when Chelsea scored four at Anfield when he first joined the London club.

"Again, this was the goal, You see Newcastle, no one is on him, and that is the little awareness there, the quality, that is what he's got".

Barely three minutes later, it was Jonjo Shelvey who collected a throw-in, his cross beating Eric Bailly's half-hearted attempt to clear and landing at the feet of Yoshinori Muto who evaded Young before turning to beat David De Gea.

Other results: Watford 0 Bournemouth 4; Crystal Palace 0 Wolverhampton 1; Burnley 1 Huddersfield 1; Leicester 1 Everton 2. Marcus Rashford was scared on the pitch.

Mata pulled one back three minutes later, chipping a free kick from 20 yards over the wall and curled it into the bottom near corner, and after a flurry of chances, including attempts by Fellaini, Chris Smalling and Pogba, it was Anthony Martial who provided the equaliser in the 76th minute. "Even some of the players, they commit some mistakes that were not normal".

He told BT Sport: "At half-time we had a good conversation". We didn't promise that we would win the match. "We are better than this and, because we are better than this, our situation is going to improve".

Iceland playmaker Gylfi Sigurdsson produced a contender for goal of the season for Everton.

Cardiff was reduced to 10 when Joe Ralls was sent off in the 58th minute at Wembley Stadium.

There were boos at half-time as Rafael Benitez's winless Newcastle led, having scored twice in the opening 10 minutes at Old Trafford.

Huddersfield rallied to draw with Burnley for only its third point.

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