As far as pinpoint headers come, it’s hard to do much better than this.
While Manchester United may have felt they were in the ascendency, the home side missed a ton of great chances, failing to take advantage of any positive play they had. On the other end, Spurs proved dangerous, but had been equally as unable to take control in the opening half. After the break, a Kieran Trippier corner centrally for Kane, who rocketed a missile into the top corner from a pretty hefty way out.
The home side was sloppy, with poor back-passes and missed connections. Mourinho’s club has struggled early on, coming off a loss to Brighton & Hove Albion last weekend. They have just three points this year, while the three Premier League table leaders sit on a perfect nine, with Spurs joining them after today’s victory.