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Tottenham v West Ham
Tottenham hosted West Ham as the club celebrated Harry Kane becoming their all-time record scorer last weekend.
They would have to do so though, without coach Antonio Conte who was given another leave of absence after surgery.
Ruthless Rashford ensures easy win
Scorers: Rashford 25′ 56′, Sancho 62′
Erik ten Hag’s side were looking for the win that could take them to within three points of Manchester City in second.
Rashford took his place in the XI with the England international aiming to add to his 14 goals since the end of the World Cup.
But it was David De Gea who impressed early on for United as he saved well from Harvey Barnes.
The Foxes were completely on top here and were once again stopped from taking the lead by De Gea who saved wonderfully from Kelechi Iheanacho’s header.
Against the run of play however, United took the lead. Rashford was played in by Bruno Fernandes and the red hot striker finished with aplomb.
Into the second half and United almost immediately doubled their lead but Lisandro Martinez’s header crashed back off the crossbar.
The home side did get their second soon after as Rashford raced in on goal and finished between Danny Ward’s legs.
Then it was Jadon Sancho’s turn to find the back of the net as he slotted in after great work between himself and Bruno Fernandes.