Manchester United continued their revival under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and defeated Tottenham on Sunday with 1-0.
The goal of Marcus Rashford just before half-time was the difference between the two teams.
Here, Sportsmail takes you through all the things you missed during the game in Wembley …
Marcus Rashford scored the only goal of the game when Manchester United defeated Tottenham
Teddy Sheringham and Dimitar Berbatov watch
There were two particularly interested observers at the competition, with Teddy Sheringham and Dimitar Berbatov representing both clubs.
Sheringham had two spells at Tottenham on either side of his illustrious stint at United, which was between 1997 and 2001.
Berbatov, who is currently a free agent, played for Tottenham between 2006 and 2008 before joining United for £ 30.75 million.
Berbatov was sitting next to his former Tottenham teammate Ledley King.
Teddy Sheringham excelled excellently for Manchester United and had two spells with Tottenham
Dimitar Berbatov, who played for both Tottenham and Manchester United, watched the game
The legendary former United boss, Sir Alex Ferguson, also watched the match.
NFL and Major League Baseball stars attend the game
Sheringham and Berbatov were not the only notable sports stars who watched the game, while NFL and Major League Baseball players also took action at Wembley.
Ryan Fitzpatrick, who plays as a quarterback for NFL side Tampa Bay Buccaneers, enjoyed the game, just like baseball player Daniel Murphy, who plays for the Colorado Rockies.
NFL player Ryan Fitzpatrick (left) and MLB player Daniel Murphy (right) were at Wembley
Victor Lindelof makes his 50th appearance for United
Victor Lindelof has had his ups and downs since joining United in Benfica in 2017, but the middle back is impressive under Solskjaer.
The game against Tottenham was an important opportunity for Lindelof, who made his 50th appearance for United.
Lindelof will have been especially pleased that he marked the milestone with a clean slate.
United defender Victor Lindelof made his 50th performance for the club on Sunday
Solskjaer becomes the first United manager to win his first six games
Solskjaer has received much praise for the work he has done as United caretaker boss, and he has set a new record with this victory.
The Norwegian became the first United manager to triumph in each of his first six games in charge of the club, with the win against Tottenham following successes against Cardiff, Huddersfield, Bournemouth, Newcastle and Reading.
Solskjaer celebrates it while his United Party wins their sixth game in a row
Paul Pogba congratulates Hugo Lloris on saving
Perhaps they were opposed on this occasion, but the mutual respect between Paul Pogba and Hugo Lloris was clearly present.
The pair knows each other very well from the French national team and last year was part of Les Bleus & # 39; successful squadron at the World Championship.
The unified midfielder Pogba took the opportunity to congratulate Lloris for preventing him from scoring in the second half.
The united midfielder Paul Pogba took the opportunity to congratulate Hugo Lloris with his save
Harry Winks goes for purpose
Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks is not known for his goal scorer. In fact, he just found the club in 88 gigs once for the club.
However, there was a change in approach for Winks against United, as he had three attempts, which was more than he had accumulated in his previous 18 league games combined this season.
All Winks's efforts were not directed, but he could not be blamed for trying.
Harry Winks went to the goal against United more often than usual
Marcus Rashford is under the leadership of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Many United players love to play under Solskjaer and Rashford is the leader among them.
Rashford enjoys his stakes as a striker and scored for the first time in his third consecutive Premier League-game when he followed his battles against Bournemouth and Newcastle.
Rashford scored for the first time in three consecutive Premier League games
Anthony Martial reacts furiously to the push of Kieran Trippier
Tottenham defender Kieran Trippier endured a frustrating afternoon when his party went down.
The right back once took his anger at Anthony Martial and pushed the United attacker.
Martial, however, was not very friendly and took revenge, Winks and Jesse Lingard had to intervene to calm the situation.
Mike Dean tries out a new yellow card technique
Mike Dean is known to be the center of attention and the referee tried a new technique during this game.
Rather than simply showing the yellow card to Tottenhams Dele Alli, Dean instead chose to point it in his direction.