Looking ahead after insights from Ten Hag and Postecoglou, both teams are set for a winter break before facing FA Cup fourth-round matches.
Manchester United will either travel to fourth-tier Newport County or fifth-tier Eastleigh, while Spurs await the visit of holders Manchester City. Upon their return to Premier League action, Tottenham faces Brentford on January 31, and Manchester United takes on Wolves on February 1.
Ten Hag expressed disappointment at squandering the lead twice in the intense game, citing frustration over conceding soft goals, particularly from set pieces by a dangerous United side.
In the Spanish Super Cup, Real Madrid dominated early against Barcelona, with Vinicius Jr securing a hat-trick, overcoming his previous goal struggles against their rivals.
Werner’s debut for Tottenham showcased his skills, providing an assist for Bentancur despite not scoring. Postecoglou, despite ongoing injuries, praised his team’s outstanding response and control in the second half, expressing delight with their performance.
As the Premier League weekend concluded, attention shifted to the Spanish Super Cup final between Real Madrid and Barcelona. The draw between Manchester United and Tottenham marked a rare occurrence, the first Premier League draw in their last 18 encounters.
Werner expressed happiness about his return to the Premier League, causing problems for United and contributing to the equalizer. Van de Ven, returning to the Tottenham XI, acknowledged a good game but expressed dissatisfaction with the draw, clarifying a late-game cramp.
While both teams would have preferred a win, the point gained holds significance. Tottenham now shares 40 points with Arsenal, standing fifth based on goal difference. Manchester United climbed to seventh, surpassing Chelsea and Brighton.
The potential Fergie-time winner was narrowly missed, denying cameras the chance to capture celebratory scenes in the directors’ box. McTominay mistimed his jump to Garnacho’s cross, leaving both United and Ratcliffe settling for a point in a game they twice led.