Manchester United ended the first half feeling as if the world was against them, wounded by the decision to rule out Cavani’s goal and then hit by Son’s opener.
And yet, as they have done so often this season, they bounced back from going behind to win and did so in very satisfying fashion for manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
United are an enigmatic side, clearly full of talent and danger and yet often not at their best, but no-one could deny their quality here and no-one could begrudge them a very fine victory.
Man Utd come from behind at Spurs
Manchester United came from behind to damage Tottenham’s hopes of a top four finish.
Edinson Cavani thought he had given United a first-half lead but the goal was controversially ruled out by VAR after Scott McTominay caught Son Heung-min with his trailing arm.
Son then put Spurs ahead before the break but Fred equalised in the second-half.
Cavani headed United in front before Mason Greenwood completed the formalities with virtually the last kick of the game.But first, let’s take a look at some of the back pages you will be waking up to at the start of the new week..Good morning
It was another busy weekend of Premier League action with important games in the race for top four and the battle for relegation.
Stay tuned as we bring you all of the reaction…