Rodwell scores Sunderland’s goal past ’keeper David de Gea. AFP PHOTO / IAN MACNICOL
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Manchester United secured their first Premier League point under Louis van Gaal, but were still left searching for a first competitive win of the Dutchman's reign, after a 1-1 draw away to Sunderland Sunday.Gus Poyet's side caused a huge upset by winning 1-0 at Old Trafford in May as part of a "great escape" that saw the north-east side avoid relegation.But despite the urging of their Uruguayan manager, Sunderland couldn't manage a second goal, and neither could United, with van Gaal having said in midweek the team would need a "miracle" to win the league this season.10-man Hull draw 1-1 at home to Stoke.Chadli put Spurs ahead in the 12th minute when he thrashed home Emmanuel Adebayor's cross from 6 yards out.Rangers did prevent Spurs adding to their tally until the 65th minute when Togo striker Adebayor side-footed home from 6 yards out after a fine run and cross by Danny Rose.
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