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Manchester City v Tottenham
« on: January 21, 2017, 04:25:49 PM »

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Barclays Premier League - 21st Jan  - KO 17:30  - Ground: Etihad Stadium

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Re: Manchester City v Tottenham
« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2017, 03:59:17 PM »
I donít think we can complain about a draw. In the first half we were a bit sloppy and they attacked from the off. Spurs were lucky to hold them and when they went two up, we thought it was all over. And a few years ago it would have been all over. But this Spurs team has some steel in it. With the philosophy that never give up, if you lose the ball get it back and keep fighting, right up to the last minute.

Pep Guardiola's side, looking to bounce back from a 4-0 loss at Everton, had swept into that commanding advantage courtesy of two uncharacteristic errors from Spurs keeper Hugo Lloris. Lloris headed an attempted clearance straight at Leroy Sane four minutes after half-time to allow the City attacker a simple finish, then dropped Raheem Sterling's routine cross straight at Kevin De Bruyne's feet five minutes later. Spurs responded swiftly through Dele Alli's header before they were the beneficiaries of a decision that left Guardiola raging and paved the way for the visitors to scramble a point. The referee ignored Kyle Walker's push on Sterling as he raced into the area - and seconds later Son swept a low finish past City keeper Claudio Bravo with 13 minutes left. That didnít stop Man City pressing for a winner, but were frustrated once more when Brazilian teenager Gabriel Jesus, on as for his debut as a substitute for Sterling, saw an effort ruled out for offside. This brilliant result means Man City remain fifth, three points off second-place Tottenham and nine away from leaders Chelsea, who play Hull City on Sunday. Spurs  next league game will be against Sunderland. :up:
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Re: Manchester City v Tottenham
« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2017, 11:26:33 PM »
We came from a shambolic nowhere to a lucky draw.  City should have had a pen, so 1 very good point indeed.  Good game to watch.