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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's tactical acumen overcomes Mauricio Pochettino

Stewart Robson shares his thoughts on how Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's tactics and vital saves from David de Gea helped them overcome Tottenham 1-0 at Wembley.
Craig Burley goes to the tape and demonstrates how the pace of Manchester United's front three played a key role in their win at Tottenham.
David De Gea's 11 saves helped Ole Gunnar Solskjaer become the first Man United manager to win his first six matches with a huge win at Tottenham.
David De Gea's 11 saves helped Ole Gunnar Solskjaer become the first Man United manager to win his first six matches with a huge win at Tottenham.
David De Gea's 11 saves helped Ole Gunnar Solskjaer become the first Man United manager to win his first six matches with a huge win at Tottenham.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down the key factors that guided Manchester United to a statement victory over top-four rivals Tottenham Hotspur.

LONDON -- With 95 minutes on the clock and Manchester United leading 1-0, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer stood on the edge of his technical area and urged substitute Diogo Dalot to move away from the touchline on the far side to congest space in midfield and restrict Tottenham options through the centre of the pitch.

Seconds later, Mike Dean's final whistle ensured that Solskjaer passed his first big test as United caretaker manager in emphatic fashion, with that small instruction serving as a microcosm of...

Liverpool again show they will sacrifice style in favour of results on the road to the Premier League title

Liverpool extended their lead at the top of the Premier League to seven points with a battling 1-0 win over Brighton.
Liverpool extended their lead at the top of the Premier League to seven points with a battling 1-0 win over Brighton.
Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner examine Liverpool's bounce-back win at Brighton & Hove Albion and its implications on the title race.

BRIGHTON, England -- In any title-winning season there are games that end up being almost forgotten: staging posts along the road that offer essential nourishment but nothing in the way of vivid scenery.

Should Liverpool see the job through in May, this laborious win over an excellently drilled Brighton side will only merit a few seconds of the highlight reel. It will not matter one bit, because these may prove to be their most important three points of the entire campaign.

Make no mistake,...

Samir Nasri shines to show Unai Emery and Arsenal what they're missing in attack

Samir Nasri assisted on Declan Rice's winner as West Ham defeated Arsenal at home for the first time since November 2006.
English Premier League: Declan Rice (48') West Ham 1-0 Arsenal

If, before Saturday's 1-0 win over Arsenal, you had informed a West Ham supporter that Samir Nasri and Marko Arnautovic would be substituted together after 70 minutes, they probably would have imagined a very different storyline. Nasri was seemingly lacking match fitness and making his first league start for the club. Arnautovic was said to be unhappy, having recently declared his intention to leave.

But, somewhat surprisingly, the pair departed to great acclaim. West Ham were 1-0 up courtesy of...

Kane reminds Chelsea of what they're missing as Spurs grab advantage

Tottenham will travel to Stamford Bridge on January 24 for leg two with a slim advantage thanks to Harry Kane's penalty.
With Gonzalo Higuain enduring an inconsistent season at Milan, the FC crew assess whether he is worth the price for top-four hopefuls Chelsea.
Gab Marcotti explains Chelsea's predicament with Callum Hudson-Odoi in light of Bayern Munich's reported offer for the young forward.

LONDON -- When Stuart Pearce was England Under-21s manager, he went to visit Pep Guardiola at Barcelona. The two spent a few days together, Guardiola offered various pieces of advice on all aspects of the game, but as the two men parted he turned around and offered one final suggestion: "By the way, get a Messi in your side."

Mauricio Pochettino might say something similar about Harry Kane.

Kane's first-half penalty was the difference between Tottenham and Chelsea in the first leg of their...

Ramsey serenaded by Arsenal fans, yet Emery seems content to let him leave

Nineteen-year-old Joe Willock scored twice, and Alex Iwobi added a third, as Arsenal cantered into the 4th round.
The crew responds to your questions about young English players taking their chances abroad, when to take down holiday decorations, and much more!

BLACKPOOL, England -- These are strange and confusing times for Aaron Ramsey. The Arsenal midfielder is playing for a manager who sanctioned the withdrawal of a new contract offer earlier this season, but despite being unwanted by Unai Emery, the Welshman knows he has admirers at Juventus, Bayern Munich and Liverpool, all of which are prepared to sign him as a free agent this summer.

And judging by the prolonged chanting of his name by more than 5,000 Arsenal supporters during Saturday's FA Cup...

Manchester City ditch style in dramatic win to put brakes on Liverpool title charge

Manchester City won a crucial match against league leaders Liverpool to close the gap to four points and reignite the title race.
Manchester City won a crucial match against league leaders Liverpool to close the gap to four points and reignite the title race.
Manchester City won a crucial match against league leaders Liverpool to close the gap to four points and reignite the title race.
Craig Burley and Paul Mariner highlight the areas in which Pep Guardiola bested Jurgen Klopp from a tactical standpoint at the Etihad.
Despite trimming Liverpool's lead to four points, ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes Man City need to be just about perfect to repeat as champions.
Mark Ogden explains how desperation could factor into Liverpool's pursuit of the Premier League title after their defeat at Manchester City.
Liverpool manager was left bewildered after Vincent Kompany escaped a red card for his first-half lunge on Mohamed Salah.

Big moments change big matches and big matches define a season, so if Manchester City are able to overhaul Liverpool's four-point lead and retain the Premier League title, it may all stem back to John Stones' remarkable goal-line clearance during the first half of Thursday's table-topping clash at the Etihad.

It was a huge moment in City's 2-1 victory. Without it, Liverpool could now be heading over the horizon toward their first championship since 1990, but they have now been dragged back into...