Spurs score six to humiliate 10-man United

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Manchester United were on the end of a humiliating 6-1 result at the hands of Tottenham at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Son Heung-Min and Harry Kane both bagged a brace while Tanguy Ndombele and Serge Aurier also scored as United suffered back-to-back Premier League defeats at home.

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United took the lead through a Bruno Fernandes penalty but played over an hour with 10 men after Anthony Martial was sent off.

It was United’s biggest home defeat in the league since Manchester City won 6-1 in 2011.

The hosts were awarded a penalty within the first minute after Davinson Sanchez brought down Martial and Fernandes converted from the spot.

Spurs levelled two minutes later after some disastrous defending from Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw and Ndombele capitalised on the errors.

Son put Spurs ahead three minutes while United were reduced to 10 men after Martial slapped Erik Lamela after a confrontation in the penalty box.

Kane scored two minutes after Martial’s sending off while Son notched his second on the stroke of half time.

Aurier got himself on the scoresheet while Kane got his second from the penalty spot after Paul Pogba brought down Ben Davies.