Watch Tottenham's Dele awaken sleepy match with goal, nap celebration


Watch Tottenham's Dele awaken sleepy match with goal, nap celebration

After a sleepy first hour at Goodison Park, Sunday's match between struggling Tottenham Hotspur and Everton finally showed signs of life -- thanks to a woeful error. 

Dele Alli opened the scoring for Tottenham in the 63rd minute, capitalizing on Alex Iwobi's errant back-pass. The former Arsenal man intended to pass to his defense, but the ball instead fell directly in the path of Spurs forward Son Heung-Min. 

Son's nutmegged through ball found Dele, and the English attacker did the rest. 

Tottenham and Everton combined for a lifeless first half befitting of a match between two of the English Premier League's most underwhelming sides this season. The Toffees attempted the only shot on target of the first half and began to ask questions of Spurs' defense in the second half.

Dele's celebration after his second goal of the Premier League season was entirely fitting, and just about the most entertaining portion of the match. 

Prior to Sunday, Tottenham had not won a league match away from home since beating Fulham -- who were relegated last season -- in January. Dele's tally had Spurs on the verge of waking up from their own long nap, but Tottenham could not hang on. 

Son picked up a red card in the 79th minute after his reckless challenge on Everton midfielder Andre Gomes resulted in a gruesome ankle injury. Gomes was carted off, and a long VAR check on a suspected Dele handball in Spurs' penalty area led to 12 minutes of stoppage time. In the 97th minute, Everton's Cenk Tosun equalized.

Dele's celebration showed more creativity than Spurs did in the attacking half during Sunday's draw. Tottenham, in the absence of star striker Harry Kane, managed just four shot attempts -- and only two on target. 

Tottenham Hotspur-Burnley live stream: Watch Premier League game online


Tottenham Hotspur-Burnley live stream: Watch Premier League game online

Tottenham Hotspur suffered their first loss under the guidance of Jose Mourinho on Wednesday, and they will look to bounce back against Burnley on Saturday morning.

Spurs, 3-1 since Mourinho was hired on Nov. 20, currently sit in eighth place in the Premier League table.

Burnley, in 12th place in the Prem, will attempt to snap a three-match losing streak.

Keep an eye on Tottenham's Dele Alli, who has scored four goals in his last three games, including an incredible marker in the loss to Manchester United on Wednesday.

Here's how to watch Tottenham Hotspur-Burnley, exclusively streaming on NBC Sports Gold: 

When: Saturday Dec. 7 at 10:00 a.m. ET/7:00 a.m. PT
Live Stream: NBC Sports Gold

Watford vs. Crystal Palace will also air on NBC Sports Gold during the match window.

Manchester City-United live stream: Watch Premier League game online

Manchester City-United live stream: Watch Premier League game online

Get your popcorn ready. This one is going to be good.

Manchester United and Manchester City face off on Saturday at City of Manchester Stadium in another edition of the Manchester Derby. The rivalry had long been dominated by United, but City have had the upper hand in recent years, going 10-4-2 against the Red Devils over their last 16 encounters.

City have been in great form as of late, with their sole loss over their last 11 matches coming on the road at first-place Liverpool. The Citizens lead the Premier League with 43 goals scored, and are tied with Leicester City for the best goal differential in the Prem. With 32 points, City comfortably sit in third place in the league table.

United, meanwhile, have been a bit inconsistent, but are coming off an impressive 2-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday. Marcus Rashford scored both goals in that victory, and has now scored seven goals over Man United's last seven games. With 21 points, the Red Devils currently are in sixth place in the Prem standings, two back of Wolverhampton and eight behind Chelsea in fourth.

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Here's how to watch Saturday's Manchester City-Manchester United match online and on TV:

When: Saturday, Dec. 7 at 12:30 p.m. ET/9:30 a.m. PT
TV Channel: NBC
Live Stream: NBC Sports