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Video: Quick-Fire Double From Kane and Moura Puts Spurs 2-0 Ahead at Old Trafford

Video: Quick-Fire Double From Kane and Moura Puts Spurs 2-0 Ahead at Old Trafford

Harry Kane scored his first-ever goal at Old Trafford tonight, and was quickly followed by a brilliant strike by Brazilian Lucas Moura, as Spurs finally exerted some dominance at the home of Manchester United.

The blockbuster Premier League clash was 0-0 at half-time, despite being a pretty open and attacking game, and United were definitely the side in the ascendancy at the break.

However, Spurs came out firing in the second-half, and it wasn’t long before Kane piled the misery onto Jose Mourinho’s men, as the England striker angled his header brilliantly beyond a helpless David de Gea:

And as if that didn’t put Tottenham fans on Cloud Nine, Moura doubled his club’s advantage just a few moments later, as he excellently turned in a tasty cross from Christian Eriksen:

Given United lost to Brighton last weekend, does it look like we’re seeing the final days of Jose Mourinho as the club’s manager?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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