Man United prevail Arsenal, as Tottenham slip again

Man United prevail Arsenal, as Tottenham slip again Manchester United blitzed Arsenal with two quick-fire goals in a breathless encounter to close the gap on Manchester City on Saturday but Tottenham slipped further off the pace with a costly draw at Watford. With Pep Guardiola’s Premier League pacesetters not in action until Sunday, United’s 3-1 victory took them to within five points of the Premier League summit following emphatic wins for Chelsea and Liverpool earlier in the day. But Mauricio Pochettino must find a way of lifting struggling Spurs after…

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Rooney looks to Spurs to redeem himself

Everton manager Ronald Koeman confirmed Wayne Rooney will play against Tottenham on Saturday despite a drink drive charge hanging over the striker. Rooney was arrested a week ago and has a court hearing on 18 September after being released on bail over the incident. The 31-year-old has scored twice in three Premier League games for Everton, having rejoined his boyhood club from Manchester United in the summer. Koeman was unable to bring in another top striker before the transfer window closed and will therefore keep faith with Rooney despite his…

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