Bruno Fernandez Scores, As Man. United Hold Tottenham To 1-1 Draw.

Tottenham returned to Premier League action this evening.

They faced a tricky test – Manchester United at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

It was a key fixture in the battle to hunt down Chelsea for that coveted final Champions League spot.

Bruno Fernandes’s penalty helped United held Tottenham to a 1-1 draw, as the Red Devils had another late spot-kick overturned by a VAR review on Friday.

Jose Mourinho was on course to get the better of his former club when Steven Bergwijn’s strike gave Spurs a half-time lead.

However, United’s second half pressure finally told nine minutes from time when Fernandes converted from the spot after Paul Pogba had been brought down in the box.

In keeping with all matches since the Premier League’s return earlier this week, all players and officials took a knee before kick in protest against racial injustice.

United remain in fifth, two points behind Chelsea, while Spurs are four points further back in eighth.

When the two teams met earlier in the season a Marcus Rashford double gave United a 2-1 win and Jose Mourinho was hoping to earn revenge.

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