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Tottenham fought back from 2-0 down to hold Manchester United to a 2-2 draw on Thursday.
Spurs were smashed 6-1 by Newcastle on Sunday to bring Cristian Stellini’s four-game reign as interim manager to an end.
Things threatened to go from bad to worse in caretaker Ryan Mason’s first match in charge as United stormed into a 2-0 lead by halftime.
Jadon Sancho smashed home the opener after just seven minutes before Marcus Rashord turned on the afterburners to race past Eric Dier and fire in his 29th goal of the season.
United fans taunted the home support with chants of “Harry Kane, we’ll see you in June” amid interest from the Red Devils in Spurs’ all-time top goalscorer.
But Tottenham finally showed some fight to boost their chances of qualifying for Europe next season.
Pedro Porro reduced the arrears with a stunning strike before Kane crossed for Son Heung-min to level 11 minutes from time.
A point edges Spurs back up to fifth, but they remain six points adrift of fourth-placed United, who have two games in hand.
Newcastle opened up an eight-point cushion on the chasing pack for a top-four finish and a place in the Champions League next season as Callum Wilson scored twice at Goodison Park.