Tottenham Beat Manchester United After 23 Years At Old Trafford
Tottenham repelled a second-half onslaught as Andre Villas-Boas masterminded their first away win 3-2 over Manchester United since 1989.
Jan Vertonghen and Gareth Bale gave the visitors a deserved half-time lead, but not for the first time at Old Trafford in recent years Tottenham were hit by a fierce second-half fightback.
However, Clint Dempsey scored in between efforts from Nani and Shinji Kagawa to keep Spurs in front, and after Wayne Rooney and Michael Carrick had struck the frame of Brad Friedel's goal, Tottenham clung on for the final whistle.
The result ended one of English football's longest winless streaks, as well as raising more questions over United's ability to regain the Barclays Premier League title as they slipped four points behind leaders Chelsea.