Both sides scored a goal in each half.
Manchester United came from behind twice to force a hard-earned 2-2 draw against Tottenham Hotspurs at the White Hart Lane.
Both teams scored a goal each in each half as they shared the spoils after 90 minutes of grueling action in Sunday’s early kickoff in the English Premier League.
The one point earned on Sunday failed to do both teams any good as they stay put in their previous positions; United in 8th place with 22 points and Spurs one point behind are in 9th position.
Walker put Spurs ahead in the 18th minute before Wayne Rooney restored parity in the 32nd minute to end the first half squared at 1-1.
In the second half, Brazilian midfielder, Sandro, netted a master class goal to again put Spurs ahead in the 54th minute; but the celebration was short-lived when Rooney again got another goal, this time from the penalty spot.
Sunday’s result takes Spurs’ win-less streak against United in EPL matches at home to 13 games; May 19, 2001 was the last time Spurs got a home win over the Red Devils.
The last time these teams met in this exact fixture was on January 20, when they drew 1-1.
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