2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
14-7-10, 7th in English Premier League
Why Harry Kane to Manchester United is a massive gamble (1:55)
6h
Mourinho: Son lucky his father a better person than Solskjaer (1:52)
1d
Should Man United keep Cavani around after this season? (1:57)
1d
Photo by Matthew Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images
1dESPN

Solskjaer, Mourinho clash after VAR controversy

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Jose Mourinho clashed over a controversial VAR goal reversal in Manchester United's 3-1 Premier League victory over Spurs.

Jose Mourinho has been 'living in the past' for a while (1:35)
1d
Photo by Carl Recine/PA Images via Getty Images
3dJames Olley

Mourinho takes swipe at Solskjaer's Cup remark

Tottenham Hotspur coach Jose Mourinho has hit back at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's claim that winning cup competitions are "sometimes an ego thing."

Mourinho stops conference to pay respects to Prince Philip (0:52)
3d
Photo by ATTILA KISBENEDEK/AFP via Getty Images
3dJames Olley

Mourinho: Tottenham may boycott social media

Jose Mourinho has said Tottenham are considering joining a social media boycott after Davinson Sanchez became the latest player to receive abuse.

Photo by Malcolm Couzens/Getty Images
4dMark Ogden

Sources: Spurs eye Johnstone amid Lloris doubt

Tottenham are leading the race for West Brom's Sam Johnstone, sources have told ESPN, with West Ham and Leeds also monitoring the goalkeeper.

Which team will clinch fourth spot in the Premier League? (2:15)
7d
When will Harry Kane's loyalty to Spurs run out? (1:25)
7d
Aside from Harry Kane, Spurs are 'embarassing' (1:28)
8d
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8dReuters

Spurs 'disgusted' by abuse aimed at Sanchez

Tottenham Hotspur said they were disgusted by online racist abuse received by Davinson Sanchez after the draw at Newcastle United on Sunday.

SCOTT HEPPELL/POOL/AFP via Getty Images
8dReuters

Mourinho on draw: 'Same coach, different players'

Spurs manager Jose Mourinho said they were the architects of their own downfall after failing to hold on to the lead in a draw at Newcastle United.

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8dESPN

Spurs held at Newcastle after late equaliser

A late Joe Willock equaliser dented Tottenham Hotspur's top four hopes as they were held to a 2-2 draw at Newcastle United on Sunday.

2020-21 Prem Ladder

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Manchester City322354+4474
Manchester United311894+2763
Leicester City311759+1856
West Ham United311678+1255
Chelsea311597+1954
Liverpool311579+1652
Tottenham Hotspur3114710+1749
Everton2914510+347
Arsenal3113612+845
Leeds United3114314045
Aston Villa3013512+1044
Wolverhampton Wanderers3110813-1038
Crystal Palace3110813-1938
Southampton3110615-1736
Burnley318914-1733
Brighton & Hove Albion3071112-532
Newcastle United318815-1932
Fulham3251116-1826
West Bromwich Albion315917-3124
Sheffield United314225-3814

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference175th
Goals Scored525th
Assists441st
Goals Conceded35Tied-5th