Tottenham slips to 2-1 loss against Aston Villa, as Man U thrash Everton 3-0 away


Tottenham on Sunday suffered a 2-1 home defeat against Aston Villa at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, dropping it to fith place in the league.

Giovani Lo Celso’s deflected shot in the 22nd minute gave Spurs an early lead, but Pau Torres equalized for Villa deep in first-half stoppage time on Sunday.

Ollie Watkins secured the winning goal just past the hour mark, propelling Villa into fourth place in the Premier League, ahead of Tottenham.

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Despite opportunities, Tottenham couldn’t capitalize, with Villa’s goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez making crucial saves and Rodrigo Bentancur limping off with an injury in the first half.

A disallowed goal for offside added to the drama, but Spurs narrowly escaped with a 1-0 scoreline before Villa’s comeback.

In another incident, Everton lost 0-3 against Manchester United at Goodison Park since being hit with a 10-point deduction for breaching financial rules.

The game will be etched in memory for Garnacho’s spectacular overhead kick in the first half, setting Manchester United on the path to victory.

Rashford’s penalty and Martial’s skilful finish further solidified the win for Erik ten Hag’s side.

Manchester United ascended to sixth place in the table standing with only four points away from the top four, showcasing their potential as the visitors won a Premier League game by more than one goal for the first time this season.

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