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JOSE MOURINHO suffered his first defeat with Spurs on his return to Old Trafford.

Despite a Dele Alli wondergoal, a Marcus Rashford double saw Tottenham succumb to a 2-1 defeat.

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  • IT MAY have been Marcus Rashford who did the damage with two goals, but it was in midfield where Tottenham Hotspur really lost the battle at Old Trafford.

    Moussa Sissoko, who gave away the crucial penalty for United's winner, struggled to control the game alongside Harry Winks in the centre of the park.

    Find out more about Spurs' midfield failings and where they went wrong at Old Trafford by clicking here.

  • DELE ALLI'S fine goal was a mere consolation for Tottenham as they suffered a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Manchester United.

    The Marcus Rashford-inspired hosts proved too much for Jose Mourinho's men as they ruined the Portuguese's return to Old Trafford.

    Neil Custis was at the game for us tonight and gives you his take on proceedings here.

  • IT'S full-time in Manchester and it's not been a night to remember for Jose Mourinho.

    The Tottenham boss saw his side go down to a 2-1 defeat against Manchester United at Old Trafford.

    Defeat against his former employers sees Mourinho's perfect start to life as Spurs boss come to an end as they drop to 15th in the table.

    Dele Alli provided the main highlight for Spurs with a well taken equaliser on a night when they struggled to reach their best.

    Click here to see how we rated the Tottenham players at Old Trafford.

  • SPURS are currently trailing after Marcus Rashford's second half penalty, but they were level going into the break.

    They equalised in some style too, with this lovely Dele Alli strike.

  • DAN JAMES ensured Jose Mourinho had a eventful welcome back to Old Trafford after he clattered into the Tottenham boss.

    Competing for a ball with Harry Winks, the Welsh winger went tumbling off the pitch and left Mournho holding his knee after colliding with the Portuguese boss.

    Get the full story on the incident here.

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