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Tottenham’s different shirt sponsor for Manchester United clash explained

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Apr 27, 2023
Tottenham's different shirt sponsor for Manchester United clash explained

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Tottenham are playing host to Manchester United in a huge Premier League top four clash.

United sit 4th in the league and have two games in hand over the north London side who are 7th.

Spurs displayed a different shirt sponsor to normal

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Spurs displayed a different shirt sponsor to normal

Spurs have come into the match off the back of their 6-1 defeat to Newcastle, with United playing four days after their FA Cup semi-final win against Brighton.

Ryan Mason’s side are playing at home so have donned their first strip, but it features a different sponsor than normal.

Spurs are sponsored by AIA, which remains on the front of their kits, but this time with an extra design for a special reason.

Before the the match, the club tweeted: “Our players will wear special edition charity shirts for tonight’s match against Manchester United, raising awareness and funds for an initiative supporting the education of children in rural China.”

Spurs need to win to keep their hopes of Champions League qualification alive.

Victory for United would all but secure their spot in the prestigious competition next season.

The club revealed the special reason as to why

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The club revealed the special reason as to why

Erik ten Hag’s side took the lead after seven minutes thanks to Jadon Sancho’s fine finish.

Marcus Rashford made it 2-0 on the cusp of the break to put United in control of the match in north London.

Pedro Porro pulled one back for Spurs with a well hit strike into the top right corner.

Son’s late equaliser ensured that the points were shared in north London

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Son’s late equaliser ensured that the points were shared in north London

Heung-min Son made it 2-2 as they approached the final ten minutes when netted at the back post.

Spurs held on to seal a point on home turf, with United heading home knowing they let go of a two goal lead.

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