LONDON (AP) — Ryan Giggs kept the Premier League title race bubbling in his 900th game for Manchester United on Sunday, scoring during injury time in a 2-1 victory at Norwich. Arsenal rallied to thrash Tottenham 5-2 in a game between London clubs.
United trails league leader Manchester City by two points with 12 matches left.
Third-place Tottenham’s title hopes appear gone after surrendering a two-goal lead against its fierce rival. Arsenal scored five times in 29 minutes to climb back into the top four.
Tottenham is eight points behind United and ahead of Arsenal.