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Martinez v Kane. Out fought and out thought Kane. I actually think Martinez plays better against tall strikers.

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Fuck the Glazers wrote: 3 months ago Martinez v Kane. Out fought and out thought Kane. I actually think Martinez plays better against tall strikers.

I think you’re right you know. He makes sure from the first second that they know he’s there and he won’t be taking any shit.
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brianofnazarethffs wrote: 3 months ago Yeah we’ll get done tonight. Just accept it and you may enjoy the game!
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Some great stats from last night:

- Bruno Fernandes notched nine key passes – the final pass before a team-mate shoots at goal – against Spurs. That’s a record for one player in a Premier League game this season and as many as Antonio Conte’s men managed collectively.

– Fred registered six shots and five in the first half alone. The Brazilian midfielder managed six shots in total in his eight Premier League appearances this season before last night.

– Man of the match Bruno Fernandes covered 12.37km – the furthest distance of any United player on the pitch.

– United’s 14 shots from outside the box in the first half is the most of any first half since Opta began keeping records in 2003-04. Their 19 (first half) and 28 (total) shot tallies were the most by any side in any Premier League game this season.

– The score reflected United’s superiority. They registered over three times as many shots (28-9) and five times as many shots on target (10-2), which was reflected in 1.5xG to Tottenham’s 0.5xG.

– Lisandro Martinez had a 100% successful tackle rate, registering four tackles, the joint-most in the game alongside Casemiro and Luke Shaw. The Argentinian centre-back also wasn’t dribbled past once, made four clearances and one interception. He completed 44 of the 49 passes he attempted (90%).

– Ten Hag has now led the Red Devils to six wins from their last eight Premier League outings. Only Arsenal have picked up more points since United’s shock 4-0 defeat to Brentford in early August. Turnaround.

– United have won their last four matches against Tottenham. That’s their best winning streak against Spurs since Sir Alex Ferguson and Harry Redknapp were in charge (seven games, 2009-2010).

– Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez have seven wins and five clean sheets from the eight games they’ve started together.

– Having beaten Liverpool, Arsenal and now Tottenham, Ten Hag’s men have taken now taken nine points from four matches against fellow ‘big six’ opposition. They only managed 11 points from 10 matches against the rest of the big six in the entirety of last season.
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JoelfuckingGlazer wrote: 3 months ago Some great stats from last night:

- Bruno Fernandes notched nine key passes – the final pass before a team-mate shoots at goal – against Spurs. That’s a record for one player in a Premier League game this season and as many as Antonio Conte’s men managed collectively.

– Fred registered six shots and five in the first half alone. The Brazilian midfielder managed six shots in total in his eight Premier League appearances this season before last night.

– Man of the match Bruno Fernandes covered 12.37km – the furthest distance of any United player on the pitch.

– United’s 14 shots from outside the box in the first half is the most of any first half since Opta began keeping records in 2003-04. Their 19 (first half) and 28 (total) shot tallies were the most by any side in any Premier League game this season.

– The score reflected United’s superiority. They registered over three times as many shots (28-9) and five times as many shots on target (10-2), which was reflected in 1.5xG to Tottenham’s 0.5xG.

– Lisandro Martinez had a 100% successful tackle rate, registering four tackles, the joint-most in the game alongside Casemiro and Luke Shaw. The Argentinian centre-back also wasn’t dribbled past once, made four clearances and one interception. He completed 44 of the 49 passes he attempted (90%).

– Ten Hag has now led the Red Devils to six wins from their last eight Premier League outings. Only Arsenal have picked up more points since United’s shock 4-0 defeat to Brentford in early August. Turnaround.

– United have won their last four matches against Tottenham. That’s their best winning streak against Spurs since Sir Alex Ferguson and Harry Redknapp were in charge (seven games, 2009-2010).

– Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez have seven wins and five clean sheets from the eight games they’ve started together.

– Having beaten Liverpool, Arsenal and now Tottenham, Ten Hag’s men have taken now taken nine points from four matches against fellow ‘big six’ opposition. They only managed 11 points from 10 matches against the rest of the big six in the entirety of last season.
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