Manchester United fans worship David de Gea after stunning display vs Tottenham

Harry Kane could be set for a spell on the sidelines

Harry Kane could be set for a spell on the sidelines

"It wasn't the intention of the United player but it was a bad tackle and now he has a bit of swelling on his ankle and he was limping after the game", Pochettino said in his post-match interview with Sky Sports.

"We dominated in the first half but we didn't organised ourselves well when we lost Moussa Sissoko and that is how we conceded the goal". The 45-year-old was initially brought in to steady the ship after a tumultuous spell under Mourinho and he has been able to get the best out of Pogba having worked with the World Cup victor when he was reserve team coach at Old Trafford between 2008 and 2010.

However, the revitalised United now find themselves just six points off fourth-placed Chelsea - and level on points with fifth-placed Arsenal - after five league wins in a row.

The France midfielder created the only goal of the game for Marcus Rashford with a wonderful pass as Manchester United extended their remarkable run under the Norwegian caretaker manager to six successive victories.

Paul Pogba lauded the more attacking brand of football Solskjaer has brought to the club, saying that he feels the current philosophy is allowing him to thrive. "It was really hard playing in the system we used to play". I think, in the plan you have to play, it's not ethical to talk about how he is doing or I am doing.

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United fans will now be hoping De Gea's long-term future can be resolved so that they can rest assured their best player won't be leaving any time soon. Defending is not my best attribute. "That is why we love football".

"It was a big one for us".

- Manchester United have kept back-to-back clean sheets in the Premier League - they'd only kept two in their first 20 league matches this season. We knew that was the weakness of Tottenham.

"We were unlucky, but we need to understand that's football". We knew it would be very hard, we knew we could hurt them on the counter.

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