City's downfall was the sloppy defending that let Spurs back in after Sterling's opener, the normally reliable Laporte diverting Dele Alli's pass into Son's path for the equaliser before the Frenchman's heavy touch led to Son's second. Guardiola's players slumped to the turf as the final whistle sounded but they will not be allowed to stay down for long. It is back to business in the Premier League on Saturday. Their opponents? There will be no genuine consolation for City after a night such as this, but what stood out was the sheer relentless quality of De Bruyne, back to his best after an injury-troubled season, while Sterling continues to go from strength to strength.
Both men will be key to City's bid to overhaul Liverpool in the Premier League title race before they meet Watford in the FA Cup final, but the disappointment of missing out on the trophy that would confirm the club's status as a European superpower will remain. Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola: "It is cruel but it is what it is and we have to accept it. I have never heard noise like that since I have been in Manchester but football is unpredictable.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino: "It was unbelievable, the way it finished. I am so happy, so proud. My players are heroes to be here. The disappointment was massive but they changed the decision. Today we showed great character and great personality. It was an unbelievable game. They do it all over again.
Formation Match ends, Manchester City 4, Tottenham Hotspur 3. Corner, Tottenham Hotspur. Attempt blocked. Son Heung-Min Tottenham Hotspur right footed shot from the right side of the box is blocked. Assisted by Ben Davies. Offside, Tottenham Hotspur. Hugo Lloris tries a through ball, but Fernando Llorente is caught offside.
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No complaints, perfectly good goal for Llorente and correct decision on the VAR but what a game! Ref was excellent too, just one of those games, great for football. You can say what you want about oil money but you cannot buy entertainment like that, it's priceless. All the best Spurs and let's hope it's an all Englis final!
Huge Huge Huge round of applause to both teams Comment posted by Just some bloke, at 17 Apr Just some bloke. It'll be tough but I like what Spurs are doing and hope they can win. Nothing against City per se, they are a joy to watch, but that is to be expected with virtually unlimited resources of questionable origin. Come on Spurs! Comment posted by sabbir , at 17 Apr sabbir. Whatever the outcome Spurs have done well to compete with limited resources compared to their opponents who have spent at least 1.
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It has been a year since he succeeded the hugely popular Mauricio Pochettino and Spurs are starting to resemble Mourinho's image and likeness, epitomised by the unfussy but highly effective midfield sentry Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, a signing from Southampton that was a managerial priority in the summer. Spurs are currently a potent mix of solidity and threat, as proved by the way they dug deep to keep Manchester City out before striking to deadly effect.
Spurs had two shots on target and scored twice. In Kane, Spurs also possess the complete forward at the very top of his game, a class act as a provider for the ninth time in as many league games this season - but also the master marksman when his chances come along, as they will with regularity this season. Spurs and their fans will not get carried away but there can be no denying Mourinho's tried and trusted methods are having their effect, with the long-time foe Guardiola the victim on this occasion.
Manchester City clearly had a grievance against the decision to rule out Laporte's goal for handball against Jesus that left them nursing a sense of injustice. However, it would still disappoint Guardiola that his team had so much of the ball but actually did so little with it when it came to seriously testing Spurs keeper Hugo Lloris.
It has become something of pattern with Manchester City and this was another occasion, although Guardiola did not feel able to risk the likes of Raheem Sterling and Sergio Aguero other than on the substitutes' bench, reducing their level of threat.
City were easily unpicked by Ndombele's pass for Son's early strike and there was almost a sense of inevitability that their toothlessness would end with Spurs sweeping up the other end to add a second through Lo Celso. It is hardly panic stations for City as they stand eight points off the top with a game in hand. This is shaping up as a season with many twists and turns to come - but this was another unsatisfactory result and performance.
Aguero's now regular fitness issues rob Guardiola and City of their most lethal finisher in and around the box, the year-old Argentine still the most reliable goalscorer at the club but now seemingly troubled too much by injury. Guardiola will now move into the next phase of his reign at City after signing a two-year contract extension and preparing for the day they have to do without one of their all-time great players will soon be an issue.
This is still a Manchester City side packed with world-class players but this was another of those days that have been happening since the start of last season when they simply lack a ruthless edge and end up being punished.
It is a problem Guardiola needs to resolve - and quickly. Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho told BBC Sport: "It feels good [to be top], but maybe tomorrow we are second again and honestly that would not be a problem for me, I am just happy with the evolution. We are not fighting for the title, we are just fighting to win every match. But we are going to lose matches, we are going to draw matches. But no problem if Leicester wins [on Sunday] and we are second again. Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said: "It could be better, we played similar to how we have all season.
We did not defend good for the first goal. They then defended so deep, they defended with six and it was not easy. We had our chances, but we couldn't score and they made two or three chances on the counter-attack and we lost the game.
We had more chances than them but we lost. Mourinho's teams are like this, you make a mistake and they punish you on the counter-attack. Player of the match. Kane Harry Kane. Formation Match ends, Tottenham Hotspur 2, Manchester City 0. Phil Foden Manchester City wins a free kick in the attacking half. Raheem Sterling Manchester City wins a free kick on the left wing. Foul by Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur. Attempt missed.
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You know how Jose will set up his team, you know what Son n Kane will try to do And you know how the stats will be and how the score line will be. Not saying the title is gone but Pep needs to start thinking differently and do something about this familiar trend in our defeats. Well played Spurs, very solid performance.
Reply posted by Tobes, at 21 Nov Tobes. Tobes replied: Thank you, very magnanimous - how fans should respect one another. More replies 27 down. Comment posted by kaveh, at 21 Nov kaveh City fan here Well done Spurs. Took your chances and deserved to win, no complaints. Our focus this season should be the champions league, brilliant Son and Ndombele seems to have found feet. Well done! Champions League Bayern would steamroll that City backline. Comment posted by davey bones, at 21 Nov davey bones.
Top of the League after a brilliant performance from Spurs.
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He had one chance and he took it. Even in the warm-up, Tottenham were carrying out shooting practice and Lamela came out on top with a screamer in the top left corner. But once the match started for real, Spurs struggled to test Ederson. Only two more shots came in the second half.
One was from Harry Kane from the halfway line and was well wide, and just one was on target - Lucas Moura's header just 19 seconds after he replaced Harry Winks. Tottenham only managed three crosses from open play too and didn't win a single corner in the first half.
He impressed during pre-season, grabbing an assist against Juventus with his first touch as a second-half substitute, and scored a fine goal on his Premier League debut against Aston Villa last week. But despite working hard and winning more tackles than anyone else five , he couldn't provide the creative spark that Tottenham needed at the Etihad, while Christian Eriksen put in a performance that suggested he wasn't settled amid transfer speculation, which continues to link him with a move away.
Any time Tottenham did break through the high-pressing line of their hosts, they were halted by the strong presence of City's new signing Rodri or deceived by the offside trap successfully laid by the home side's back four. Moussa Sissoko had some rare success down the right in the first half when he flicked it over Ilkay Gundogan's head, but he lacked composure at the final moment, blasting his pass straight into Aymeric Laporte.
Kane couldn't hide his frustration. Eriksen didn't help the back four out, does he want to run back? Is it lack of awareness or application? When Moura nodded in the equaliser to make it seconds after his introduction, he sprinted towards the away fans, who were deliriously celebrating with as much bewilderment as happiness. He has proven his worth with the heroics that sent Tottenham to the Champions League final last season, but even when Son Heung-min returns to partner Kane, Spurs' attacking options can't compare to City's.
Pep Guardiola was able to call upon Riyad Mahrez, David Silva and Gabriel Jesus in the second half - with the Brazilian number nine thinking he had scored the winner, only for it to be ruled out for handball following a VAR review. The competition for places at Manchester City is so high. Aguero was so frustrated by his removal that he argued with Guardiola in the dugout.
Meanwhile, Pochettino had little choice but to leave Kane on the field despite the striker registering just one shot and 23 touches all game. The most overwhelming contrast in the performances was between the teams' intensities on and off the ball. A group of fans in front of the press box burst out laughing when Raheem Sterling and Bernardo Silva boxed poor Kyle Walker-Peters into the corner in the first half, giving the full-back little option but to smash it against Bernardo's legs in a frantic attempt to win a throw-in.
It was the story of the game for Spurs - fighting to break through City's press, while struggling to get anywhere near the ball. At one point in the second half, Sterling threw his arms up in frustration at Gundogan opting to pass it backwards rather than feeding him in. The England international sensed Tottenham were struggling and wanted to pounce.
On the rare occasion Tottenham were able to match City's intensity, creating a press of their own, Ederson coolly lifted it into Bernardo Silva, who flicked it onto Oleksandr Zinchenko and the move ended with a corner to City. Step by step we are improving and we all know the direction we want to take as a club. City may look at a shot count of in their favour and wonder how they didn't win.
But in the end, Tottenham took their chances - as few as they were - and came away from the Etihad with a highly creditable draw against the defending champions. Last season, they lost four of their five away games against established top six opponents and they had also taken just four points from their previous nine games at Manchester City's ground.
So while they looked a class apart for large periods, the scoreline remained even - with Spurs shaking off their supposed 'weak mentality' tag to come from behind twice. They still haven't won a Premier League away game since January and they lost their last six in a row away from home at the end of last season. Line-ups Match Stats Live Text. Line-ups Tottenham Formation 1 Lloris. Man City Formation 31 Ederson. Referee: Mike Dean.
Well played Spurs, very solid performance. Reply posted by Tobes, at 21 Nov Tobes. Tobes replied: Thank you, very magnanimous - how fans should respect one another. More replies 27 down. Comment posted by kaveh, at 21 Nov kaveh City fan here Well done Spurs. Took your chances and deserved to win, no complaints. Our focus this season should be the champions league, brilliant Son and Ndombele seems to have found feet. Well done! Champions League Bayern would steamroll that City backline.
Comment posted by davey bones, at 21 Nov davey bones. Top of the League after a brilliant performance from Spurs. Kane sensational yet again. Occams Razor replied: The betting is now on when the Spuds will bottle it. More replies 32 down. Comment posted by gkm, at 21 Nov gkm Who'd have thought - a lilywhites defensive masterclass.
Denis Wray replied: City's worst attack for nearly 20 years! More replies 5 down. Jose has Spurs purring like a kitten at the moment. Seems that documentary the club did actually vindicates him from Man Utd past and puts the players in more of the spotlight.
Plus he gets to go home at the end of the day. All in all a happier Jose means a better Spurs - MU fan. Reply posted by pique blinder, at 21 Nov pique blinder. Will it show how when he gets the deals he wants he is actually a good a manger still? Did Jose let Man U down or the other way around? More replies 6 down. Comment posted by U, at 21 Nov U Any team that can beat the oilers is good enough for me! City better keep de Bruyne fit because they're nothing without him!
Well done Spurs from a Liverpool fan. Reply posted by livingmercerway, at 21 Nov livingmercerway. More replies 7 down. Comment posted by Oncha, at 21 Nov Oncha. Give it up for Jose and his boys. You can't take away anything from this win. This is not packing the bus, this is tactical game at its best.
Spurs should enjoy this right now. Denis Wray replied: Not parking the bus? First half every player average position in your own half. Sorry that is parking the bus, the right tactics against a side with no defence only a better teamwould have been able to throw a few more up and unders straight down the middle and scored more, at least had more chances. More replies 8 down. City need to break the glass cabinet and use the emergency Big Sam.
AFCDale replied: Do people seriously still find this clever or funny? The gag ran it's course ages ago. More replies 11 down. Comment posted by Missingaflutter1, at 21 Nov Missingaflutter1. Eric and Serge not diving into tackles. TheAwesomeSiv replied: True. All the diving was done by Kane. What an absolute disgrace he is. More replies 18 down. Comment posted by Sureditch, at 21 Nov Sureditch. Top of the league. Early days, but I'd rather be here than in the bottom half of the table like that other North London club.
BlackbirdLeysSpurs replied: There a south London club really fact. More replies 17 down. Comment posted by Maxpaulthespurdog, at 21 Nov Maxpaulthespurdog. Loved having Poch but this game said it all. We got so many thrashings by City when he was in charge but today our manager showed a master class in tactics.
SammyG replied: Spurs actually drew at Citeh last year when Poch was in charge, and also famously won that Champions League tie the year before Comment posted by jjsays, at 21 Nov jjsays. Well played Spurs. The Spin Doctor replied: Spurs will end the weekend on top regardless of the outcome of this week's remaining games. Knowing Spurs they will now remain in the top spot until late March at which point they will start their customary descent.
More replies 1 down. Comment posted by Ceciliars, at 21 Nov Ceciliars. Don't worry City You can concentrate on the league Cup.. They whinged about it for months. I even believed it occasionally. Good news for the Prem, Peps re-signed.
Well done Spuds, best team in London by a mile. More replies 16 down. Comment posted by xishan, at 21 Nov xishan. Kane has started to remind me alittle this season of Liverpools Firmino, Knitting the attack together, doing lots of defensive cover, pulling defenders out of position.
That no 9 seems to be evolving! Congrats to Spurs, definitely in with a good shot at the title, I know its early days but they are looking like gathering momentum City on the other hand not looking like anywhere near favourites. Reply posted by Wicksy, at 21 Nov Wicksy.
Congrats to Spurs, definitely in with a good shot at the title, I know its early days but they are looking like gathering momentumCity on the other hand not looking like anywhere near favourites. Wicksy replied: Are we talking about the same Firmino? Comment posted by Effah, at 21 Nov Effah. Reply posted by nochiponmyshoulder, at 21 Nov nochiponmyshoulder. More replies 3 down. Comment posted by Ottoman, at 21 Nov Ottoman. Thats the best defending ive seen since we went unbeaten at WHL Bring on the next one COYS.
Bring on the next oneCOYS. Denis Wray replied: Are you aware of the next one - your beloved Stamford Bridge.
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