The game didn't happen, but we know enough about Tottenham, Man United, the managers and players to guess.
Only one team carried out anything resembling a plan. Man United were as deserving winners as City were losers.
Chelsea might have a degree of regret when it comes to Giroud and Alonso. Tottenham probably should with Mourinho.
Man United are three points and three places behind Chelsea but seem far more content. And jolly Christ, VAR.
Jose Mourinho bloody well needed that from Tottenham. But what of Pep Guardiola and Manchester City?
For FA Cup thoughts on West Ham, Oxford, Solskjaer, Lo Celso, Minamino and more, head here...
That was definitely a thing that happened. Arsenal responded to the situation. Chelsea did not.
Solskjaer says the gap between Liverpool and Man United is not 30 points on that showing. Erm...
Jose Mourinho will be the happier manager. But were Liverpool there for the taking?
The FA Cup's problem, Solskjaer's more pressing worry, Brentford's brilliance, Liverpool's "shadows" and much more...
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was just out-coached by someone who started this profession two weeks ago. Haha.
Arsenal were excellent in the first half. Chelsea were determined in the second. Both have things to ponder.
Liverpool are the Premier League champions. The next five months will be as agonising as the last 30 years.
Jose Mourinho mocked Frank Lampard's tactics after the game and copied them during it. That's close to humiliating.
That was a proper Kevin De Bruyne performance. And so many question marks against Leicester.
Are Manchester City coming towards the end of their cycle? Are Manchester United restarting theirs?
Man United fully deserved their victory. Tottenham were as bad as they ever have been. Oh, Jose.
Chelsea more than held their own but were naive while Manchester City were ruthless. And that, right now, is the difference.
The biggest difference between Liverpool and Man City is mental strength. But that was more than enough at Anfield.
While Liverpool regain momentum, Tottenham hit a dead end. What is Mauricio Pochettino doing?
It was a point gained for Liverpool despite a rotten performance, while Marcus Rashford shone for United.
Our latest edition of EFL Conclusions starts with Middlesbrough, ends with entertainment and covers plenty in between.
Manchester United and Arsenal are confusing and confused. How do you possibly unpick all of *that*?
An apology of sorts to Sheffield Wednesday features, but Nottingham Forest top the damn pile.
Liverpool have more cause for concern than Chelsea after that. Yet these f***ng mentality monsters roll on.
Our latest edition of 16 EFL Conclusions takes us from Huddersfield to Cheltenham, with a few stops in between.
The EFL season is starting to take proper shape. And our resident expert can't see past Nketiah's Leeds.
Arsenal will be happy but disappointed, Tottenham frustrated but relieved. Inject the north London derby right in.
Where better to start than with EFL kings Swansea? Don't forget Charlton, Exeter or Jude Bellingham, mind.
Loads of games, loads of goals and a load of conclusions. Well done Everton; you probably need this.
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