A week after Prestige's success in the derby against the defending champions Manchester City, Manchester United suffered yet another setback in the Champions League places. The English record champion had to settle for a 1-1 (0-1) against Everton on Matchday 17 in the Premier League, but still has the European Cup ranks in view after the sixth game without loss.
Tottenham Hotspur won four days after 1-3 on the final day of the Champions League group game in Bayern Munich thanks to a last-minute goal from Jan Vertonghen (90. + 1) 2-1 (1-0) at Wolverhampton Wanderers,
It was the Spurs' fourth win in the fifth series match under their new team manager Jose Mourinho. Tottenham are in fifth place, one point ahead of Manchester United.
Everton took the lead in Old Trafford through a separate goal by Victor Lindelöf (37th). Mason Greenwood (77th) saved ManUnited another point.
For Tottenham, Brazilian Lucas (8th place) scored 1-0, Adama Traore (67th) equalized for the Wolves before Belgian Vertonghen struck again at extra time for the guests.
Premier League: The matches from Sunday with a moment
Manchester United 1-1 Everton FC (0-1)
target: 0: 1 Lindelöf (36/ owner), 1: 1 Greenwood (77.)
Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur (0-1)
target: 0: 1 Moura (8.), 1: 1 Traore (67.), 1: 2 Vertonghen (90. + 1)
Arsenal FC – Manchester City (17:30 at LIVETICKER)
Premier League: The current table
|seventh||Sheffield United||17||9:16 p.m.||5||25|
|10th||Crystal Palace||16||2:18 p.m.||-4||22|
|11th||Newcastle United||17||5:24 p.m.||-7||22|
|12.||Burnley FC||17||10:29 p.m.||-7||21|
|13th||Brighton & Hove Albion||16||8:24 p.m.||-4||19|
|14th||AFC Bournemouth||17||7:24 p.m.||-5||19|
|15.||West Ham United||17||7:28 p.m.||-9||19|
|16.||Everton FC||17||8:29 p.m.||-9||18|
|17.||Aston Villa||17||11:30 p.m.||-7||15|
|18.||Southampton FC||17||6:36 p.m.||-18||15|
|19.||Norwich City||17||6:35 p.m.||-17||12|