Martin Tyler Loses it as Spurs Rip Manchester United Apart – Video

Pochettino-TottenhamTottenham Hotspur registered an emphatic win against Manchester United to keep up the pressure in the title race.
Earlier in the day, Leicester City extended their lead to 10 points with a victory over Sunderland thanks to two great goals by Jamie Vardy. Spurs responded back in style and with 5 games remaining, the difference once again is 7 points.
Manchester United’s hopes of qualifying for the Champions League suffered a major setback as Tottenham defeated them 3-0 at White Hart Lane. The Red Devils trail rivals and neighbors Man City by 4 points.

The two times played a mundane first half and the second one was perhaps heading the same way until Spurs came to life and scored 3 goals in just over 5 minutes to ripe Manchester United apart.
Delle Alli opened the scoring thanks to a brilliant ball provided by Eriksen. Alderweireld doubled the lead from a set-piece and within minutes Lamela scored the third to ensure victory.
Here is the reaction of renowned commentator Martin Tyler when Spurs scored their third goal.

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  1. Trevor says:

    Man Utd. A shadow of the team we all knew. Two years ago LVG said to give him three months to get the team right and seven times three months United are seven times worse off. He has spent a ridiculous amount of money without improving the side. When he was given he managers job he was with Holland in the world cup with the team which reached the semifinal. All theWorld class players he saw in the World Cup everyone thought
    that he surely would buy a couple of world class players but instead bought Depay and Blind showing everyone that he had no idea about buying players as he had always been at teams who got the players through a director Pochetino started at Spurs the same time as LVG and has spent a tenth of the money and is streets ahead.
    Klopp of Liverpool started this season spent no money and they are becoming a lot better footballing side.
    This is a man who has got rid of 18 first team players and bought 10 so with injuries he has not had enough players through injury and was forced to play youngsters so before praising him for that he should be

  2. alan says:

    keep up the good work louis

  3. Patnevin says:

    When Utd came in and took LVG from under Spurs nose, I remember a lot of comments from Utd fans gloating about it. That worked out well didn’t it ?

  4. Peter McCarthy says:

    Martyn Tyler has to be the one of worst commentators about, I can’t think of any who don’t trust the evidence of their own eyes? Sure Utd pressured Spurs in the early stages, but failed to work Lloris in that period, not even once, while at the same time Lamela had missed a sitter and we’d created a few other chances which their keeper had to deal with? He wittering on about Utd’s dominance continued throughout , and only after Spurs had gone 3-0 up had he any inkling as to who were the better side, and Mr Tyler, it wasn’t Utd!

  5. Ian Nyar says:

    This will teach Man Utd Directors a lesson , never steal a coach from under the nose from a club that was to employ him.

  6. Dru says:

    Man u this Man U that .Sounds like the demise of Liverpool all over again to me. Big club rubbish. Teams have thier time and Man U are on the down despite thier so called “big club” status. There are many clubs in the Premiership who can rival Man U for “Big club” status these days as there is so much money pouring into uk football. Chelsea were never a “big” club nor were Man City but look at them now. Arsenal and Spurs are about the same status these days . Spurs new stadium will launch them into bigger things along with thier team and manager. Man U have no real right to asume prominance these days, they are a shadow of themselves of the past and proved that this season with second rate players and an arogant second rate manager.

  7. john says:

    Lvg said he was sorry to spurs fans for choosing man u over spurs as there manager in today’s paper . Me thinks we had a lucky escape

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