Tottenham v United: All the essential info
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United will look to claim the biggest scalp of the resurgence so far, when travelling to Wembley on Sunday to face the Premier League’s third-placed team, Tottenham Hotspur.
But it’s also worth highlighting the aforementioned Son, who has been scything through opposition defences with extra relish during recent weeks. The whippet-quick South Korean has seven goals and five assists in his last seven appearances, and his pace and shooting quality with both feet add a further dimension to the north London side’s forward line. Premier League defences will certainly be glad to see him temporarily removed from action due to his upcoming international commitments at the Asian Cup, but United will have to deal with him if they are to record that first away win at Spurs since 2012.
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