Tottenham Hotspur are set to face another difficult Premire League battle this weekend as they play host to Manchester United at White Hart Lane this Sunday, December 1. After suffering a mauling against Manchester City in previous weekend, things are not getting easy for Spurs' manager Andre Villas-Boas as his job is already under strong pressure after that heavy defeat.
Obviously, defeating an in form Man United won't be an easy task for Spurs, despite playing in front of their home crowd. David Moyes' men are also keen in getting themselves back into challenging for titles at the top, so they will also push for three points from the weekend encounter. Villas-Boas, obviously hoped that their battle against another Manchester side will end in a much better result this time around.
The big match clash eventually ended in a 2-2 draw, much to the disappointment of Spurs as they are keen on bouncing back from their previous heavy league defeat against Manchester City. The home side got themselves in front thanks to Kyle Walker's effort on 18 minutes. However that lead was eventually canceled out when Wayne Rooney netting the equalizer on 32 minutes.
The home side regained their lead early in second period through Sandro, but three minutes later, Rooney rescued his team one more time, this time from a penalty effort. That 2-2 score line lasted until the final whistle was blown as both sides were forced to settle for a point.