Tottenham condemned terrible ten-man Manchester United to their worst Premier League defeat ever.
Anthony Martial’s controversial red card failed to overshadow shocking defending from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s fifth-bottom side as they let in four goals in the opening 45 minutes for the first time ever in the Prem.
Spurs dominated after coming from behind to lead 2-1 after seven minutes.
Davinson Sanchez tripped Martial after just 30 seconds for Bruno Fernandes’ penalty opener.
But Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw blundered for Tanguy Ndombele to smash home a leveller.
And Harry Kane then punished another Maguire error by teaming up Son Heung-min for a fine one-on-one finish.
United’s demise accelerated after Martial saw red for a soft retaliation when Erik Lamela collapsed to the floor dramatically.
England skipper Kane again pounced on schoolboy defending to make it 3-1 after swapping passes with Son on 31 minutes.
And Serge Aurier burst half the length of the pitch to pick out Son for spurs’ fourth just six minutes later.
Kane then hit the Red Devils for six with a spot-kick after Paul Pogba fouled Ben Davies.