Report and highlights as Fernandes penalty makes up for David de Gea’s bad error against Spurs

Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United. Premier League.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.


  • S Bergwijn (27′)


  • B Fernandes (81′ pen)

Report and highlights as Fernandes penalty makes up for David de Gea’s bad error against Spurs

Paul Pogba stepped off the bench to help derail Jose Mourinho and Tottenham’s hopes of catching Manchester United in the race for the Champions League places, winning a penalty for Bruno Fernandes to cancel out Steven Bergwijn’s opener.

A woeful David de Gea error from Bergwijn’s first-half strike (27) looked like it would end United’s unbeaten streak on their Premier League return, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side were hugely improved after the break with the introduction of fit-again Pogba, and Spurs could not withstand the onslaught as it ended 1-1.Sponsored link

After a series of United chances, the Frenchman skipped past Eric Dier and the Spurs defender clumsily brought down his opponent for Fernandes (81) to convert a deserved equaliser from the spot.

Manchester United's Bruno Fernandes levels from the penalty spot at Tottenham
Image:Bruno Fernandes levels from the penalty spot at Tottenham

United were awarded a second spot-kick in the 90th minute by referee Jon Moss, but VAR spared Spurs after the collision between Dier and Fernandes was deemed to not be a foul.

A victory for Mourinho’s men – in his first match against his former side – would have closed the gap between Spurs and United to just one point, but the draw leaves the visitors two points ahead of Sheffield United in fifth and two points behind fourth-placed Chelsea.

Meanwhile, Tottenham’s hopes of a spot in Europe’s elite club competition are fading into the distance, following four Premier League games without a win.null

Player ratings

Tottenham: Lloris (8), Aurier (7), Sanchez (6), Dier (6), Davies (6), Winks (6), Sissoko (6), Bergwijn (8), Lamela (7), Son (7), Kane (6).

Subs: Lo Celso (6), Fernandes (6)

Man Utd: De Gea (3), Wan-Bissaka (7), Lindelof (6), Maguire (4), Shaw (6), Fred (6), McTominay (6), Fernandes (8), James (6), Martial (6), Rashford (7).

Subs: Pogba (8), Greenwood (7), Ighalo, Bailly, Matic (n/a)

Man of the Match: Bruno Fernandes (Man Utd)

Kia kia gas CEO wish to have a dinner with his birthday mate Boris Johnson Prime minister of UK

Below is an interview with him and his response

Firstly we congratulate you on your birthday sir, and would like to ask some questions

  1. Please introduce yourself proper to us?
    I am Emmanuel Ifeanyi Uwandu.
  2. Which of the business sectors are you involved in?
    I am involved with the oil and gas industry in Nigeria. My company Kiakiagas is the first online supplier of cooking gas in Nigeria.
  3. Tell us more what June 19 means to you.
    Aside being my birthday, I am reminding it is the day slavery ended in America when Major General Gordon Granger landed at Gavelstone Texas back in 1865.
  4. With the first half of 2020 coming to an end and the crises going on globally what are your plans for the rest of the year?
    We have switched our operations to become a fully remote business where all members of our team is working remotely adjusting to covid19 rules to deliver value to the market.
  5. Lastly if you could only make one wish today, what will it be?
    My wish. That will be my long time dream of having a physical birthday dinner with a man I admire so much and my birthday mate Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of the UK and discuss about the economic emancipation and freedom of oppressed people around the world. If you’ve seen the pictures and videos trending all over the world you will know it no longer news that black lives are not considered priorities and this brings worry to me.

Heavy rain disrupts commercial activities in Lagos

Business activities have been disrupted as flood hits Nigeria’s Commercial city after heavy rain on Thursday, 18th of June, 2020.

The heavy downpour has led to floods taking over most streets, and many residents were forced to stay indoors while those who attempted to step out were held in serious traffic.

According to reports, cars, buses, and trucks have been held in gridlock as all the major road connections in the state have been affected due to the continuous downpour.

In a bid to beat traffic and find a way out, some motorists were seen driving against traffic, while some commuters resulted to using motorcycles, thereby defying safety precautions and the state ban order.

Some commuters who could not afford the hike in fare however resulted to trekking so as to get to their desired destination.

Channels Television reporters on the road, cars and trucks have been held up in gridlock as a result of the gridlock.

Some of the places where traffic has built up due to the floods include Agege, Iju Road, Victoria Island, Lekki, Ikeja, Oshodi, Ogudu, and Ketu among other parts of the state.

On the Long Bridge axis of the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, the traffic was heavy inbound Lagos, but it was smooth out of the state.

However, some motorists were seen driving against traffic while some commuters took the option of using motorcycles, defying the safety implications, the state ban order, and the drizzle.

For some of the commuters, it was preferable to trek in order to get to their various desired destination.