Manchester United were ripped to pieces by a ruthless Tottenham Hotspur side, as Jose Mourinho’s men hit his former club for six.
Manchester United created some unwanted history on Sunday as they conceded four goals in the first half of a game at Old Trafford for the very first time.
United had taken the lead after just two minutes when Bruno Fernandes converted a penalty, but then the wheels came off of Ole Gunnar Solskajer’s side.
Ndombele pulled one back immediately before Son finished well past De Gea.
Kane made it 3-1 on 30 minutes with a brilliant effort from the edge of the area, before Son’s close range effort completed the first half rout.
It didn’t get much better for United after the break as Aurier scored a fifth thanks to a low, close-range drive and Kane scored a penalty.
Six of the best then for Tottenham, and a long, hard look in the mirror for United and manager Solskjaer.