Sheffield United has gotten their first victory since the arrival of the Premier League when they conveyed an exceptionally encouraging performance against Tottenham to hold their dreams of playing European football next season alive.
Sander Berge opened his account for the club with a neat completion in the main half of Blades’ record marking, finishing a fine, attacking host move.
Harry Kane felt he had leveled minutes later however his shot was controversially called out by VAR thanks to Lucas Moura’s handball in the development.
Afterward, Spurs were unable to mount a reaction as they battled to break through a solid Sheffield United protection.
Chris Wilder’s men at that point grabbed a second midway into the second half when Lys Mousset changed over from near range in Enda Stevens’ cutback.
At that point in the end stages when Oli McBurnie hurried in for his fifth goal of the season, an increasingly secure success was finished.
Kane controlled for his thirteenth goal of the season in Son Heung-min’s cross yet it was simply to be a help strike.
Victory takes Sheffield United to seventh in the Premier League over their rivals, five points behind Manchester United and Wolves, who are fourth and 6th separately.
Tottenham, who have not completed outside the top six since 2009, is ninth, seven points adrift of Wolves.