DELE ALLI scored a wonder goal against Manchester United to equalise for Tottenham.
The midfielder’s England team-mate Marcus Rashford opened the lead on six minutes after he cut in from the left and somehow beat keeper Paulo Gazzaniga at the near post.
Dele Alli took the ball down after it fell loose from a cross, easily shrugged off an easy tackle from FredCredit: Getty - Contributor
But the stopper’s blushes were spared emphatically after Alli netted his fourth goal in as many matches under new boss Jose Mourinho.
The playmaker took the ball down after it fell loose from a shot and easily shrugged off a tackle from Fred by flicking it around the hopeless United midfielder.
Alli’s flick put him at an impossible angle but he somehow poked the ball past David De Gea to level the game.
Fans online were gobsmacked with the finish - with one questioning what Mourinho has been feeding the inform midfielder.
One said: "He's definitely back."
Another said: "In absolute awe of this goal by Dele Alli."
One added: "What has Mourinho been feeding Dele Alli."
In absolute awe of this goal by Dele Alli pic.twitter.com/7J8H0ThzTd— Mark Rofe 🧦 (@iamrofe) December 4, 2019
What has Mourinho been feeding Dele Alli— ManUtdMindset (@ManUtdMindset) December 4, 2019
Dele Alli that is naughtypic.twitter.com/0CYUqM12rW— JCC | Pro Clubs 🌍 (@WorldofJCC) December 4, 2019
@Lucasjhunter1 good goal this— Danny/DJYGaming 😝😝 (@DannyYates1818) December 4, 2019
@MichaelJordaaan he's definitely back— Joshua Chiriches 🇷🇴 (@JoshHorsley) December 4, 2019
It was not the only talking point from the half, as United winger Dan James took out former Old Trafford boss Jose Mourinho on his return to Manchester.
Welshman James was battling for the ball with Spurs midfielder Harry Winks when he tumbled off the pitch.
Mourinho did his best to avoid contact with the United wideman but ended up receiving an inadvertent headbutt.
A falling James went face first into the knee of Mourinho - who did well to remain on his feet.
It is the first time the ex-Chelsea boss is back in the dugout at Old Trafford since his sacking last season.
Alli netted his fourth goal in as many matches under new boss Jose Mourinho.Credit: AFP or licensors