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PostSubject: Tottenham 4-1 Manchester City full match preview and highlights(video)   2015-09-26, 18:39



Harry Kane ended his long wait for a Tottenham Hotspur goal as his side came from 1-0 down to beat Manchester City 4-1 at White Hart Lane.

Kevin De Bruyne's third goal in as many games had put the Barclays Premier League leaders in front midway through the first half but Eric Dier's superb strike from distance levelled matters in the 45th minute.

Toby Alderweireld's header handed Spurs the lead before Kane fired in his first club goal of the season to put Mauricio Pochettino's men 3-1 up. Erik Lamela's composed finish completed the comeback as City conceded three in one half for the first time in two years.

The win moves Spurs to within three points of City, who have lost back-to-back Barclays Premier League games and will relinquish top spot in the table should Manchester United beat Sunderland later.

Chances were few and far between in the opening exchanges, although Hugo Lloris reacted well to turn Sergio Aguero's curling effort wide. The Man City striker was then denied by a good block from Jan Vertonghen.

Spurs began to grow into the match but handed City the advantage on 25 minutes. Kyle Walker's loose pass on the edge of the City area allowed Yaya Toure to burst forward on the break and pick out De Bruyne, who fired low beneath Lloris from the right of the box.

A fine low save from Lloris prevented Raheem Sterling from doubling City's lead within two minutes, before Lamela lashed over the bar from inside the area and Willy Caballero, who was included in the starting XI with regular goalkeeper Joe Hart on the bench due to a minor injury, denied Kane's fierce drive.

Caballero could do nothing to prevent Dier levelling the scores in the 45th minute. After his point-blank save from Son Heung-min City failed to clear and the ball broke to Dier outside the area. The 21-year-old drilled a low shot through the crowded box and into the bottom corner.

City started the second half on the front foot but Spurs snatched the lead when Alderweireld headed Lamela's free-kick over the stranded Caballero, who had tried but failed to claim the cross.

Spurs had their tails up and doubled their lead just past the hour as Kane brought an end to a domestic goal drought lasting 748 minutes. He fired in the rebound after Christian Eriksen's free-kick had clattered the crossbar.

City pushed for a way back into the match and Jesus Navas's stinging drive had Lloris at full stretch before Sterling pulled a low shot wide. At the other end, the offside flag came to City's rescue when Son poked Nacer Chadli's header over the line.

Lamela clinched the points for Spurs in fine style with a little over 10 minutes to play, collecting Clinton N'Jie's pass on the break before working his way around Caballero and slotting home.

Match facts

Tottenham Hotspur scored 4+ goals in a league game against Manchester City for the first time since September 1962 (4-2).
Spurs have won three successive Barclays Premier League matches, their best run in the competition since Feb 2015.
Man City have lost two successive BPL matches, having won the previous 11 in a row.
City have lost consecutive BPL matches for only the second time under Manuel Pellegrini (other was a run of two matches in April 2015).
City have conceded more goals in their last two BPL matches (six) than in their previous 11 combined (four).
City conceded 3+ goals in a single half of a Premier League match for the first time since September 2013 (three goals conceded in the second half of a 2-3 defeat).
This was City’s heaviest Barclays Premier League defeat (three-goal margin) since a 0-3 defeat by Liverpool in April 2011.
Harry Kane ended his personal goal drought of 748 minutes (12 hours, 28 mins) in all competitions for Spurs.
Kane’s goal was the 150th scored in the Barclays Premier League in 2015/16.
Since Erik Lamela made his BPL debut on 1 Sep 2013, only Christian Eriksen (12) has more BPL assists for Spurs than him (10).
This was the first time that Lamela has scored and assisted in the same Barclays Premier League match for Spurs.

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PostSubject: Re: Tottenham 4-1 Manchester City full match preview and highlights(video)   2015-09-27, 12:58

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Harry Kane ended his long wait for a Tottenham Hotspur goal as his side came from 1-0 down to beat Manchester City 4-1 at White Hart Lane.

Kevin De Bruyne's third goal in as many games had put the Barclays Premier League leaders in front midway through the first half but Eric Dier's superb strike from distance levelled matters in the 45th minute.

Toby Alderweireld's header handed Spurs the lead before Kane fired in his first club goal of the season to put Mauricio Pochettino's men 3-1 up. Erik Lamela's composed finish completed the comeback as City conceded three in one half for the first time in two years.

The win moves Spurs to within three points of City, who have lost back-to-back Barclays Premier League games and will relinquish top spot in the table should Manchester United beat Sunderland later.

Chances were few and far between in the opening exchanges, although Hugo Lloris reacted well to turn Sergio Aguero's curling effort wide. The Man City striker was then denied by a good block from Jan Vertonghen.

Spurs began to grow into the match but handed City the advantage on 25 minutes. Kyle Walker's loose pass on the edge of the City area allowed Yaya Toure to burst forward on the break and pick out De Bruyne, who fired low beneath Lloris from the right of the box.

A fine low save from Lloris prevented Raheem Sterling from doubling City's lead within two minutes, before Lamela lashed over the bar from inside the area and Willy Caballero, who was included in the starting XI with regular goalkeeper Joe Hart on the bench due to a minor injury, denied Kane's fierce drive.

Caballero could do nothing to prevent Dier levelling the scores in the 45th minute. After his point-blank save from Son Heung-min City failed to clear and the ball broke to Dier outside the area. The 21-year-old drilled a low shot through the crowded box and into the bottom corner.

City started the second half on the front foot but Spurs snatched the lead when Alderweireld headed Lamela's free-kick over the stranded Caballero, who had tried but failed to claim the cross.

Spurs had their tails up and doubled their lead just past the hour as Kane brought an end to a domestic goal drought lasting 748 minutes. He fired in the rebound after Christian Eriksen's free-kick had clattered the crossbar.

City pushed for a way back into the match and Jesus Navas's stinging drive had Lloris at full stretch before Sterling pulled a low shot wide. At the other end, the offside flag came to City's rescue when Son poked Nacer Chadli's header over the line.

Lamela clinched the points for Spurs in fine style with a little over 10 minutes to play, collecting Clinton N'Jie's pass on the break before working his way around Caballero and slotting home.

Match facts

Tottenham Hotspur scored 4+ goals in a league game against Manchester City for the first time since September 1962 (4-2).
Spurs have won three successive Barclays Premier League matches, their best run in the competition since Feb 2015.
Man City have lost two successive BPL matches, having won the previous 11 in a row.
City have lost consecutive BPL matches for only the second time under Manuel Pellegrini (other was a run of two matches in April 2015).
City have conceded more goals in their last two BPL matches (six) than in their previous 11 combined (four).
City conceded 3+ goals in a single half of a Premier League match for the first time since September 2013 (three goals conceded in the second half of a 2-3 defeat).
This was City’s heaviest Barclays Premier League defeat (three-goal margin) since a 0-3 defeat by Liverpool in April 2011.
Harry Kane ended his personal goal drought of 748 minutes (12 hours, 28 mins) in all competitions for Spurs.
Kane’s goal was the 150th scored in the Barclays Premier League in 2015/16.
Since Erik Lamela made his BPL debut on 1 Sep 2013, only Christian Eriksen (12) has more BPL assists for Spurs than him (10).
This was the first time that Lamela has scored and assisted in the same Barclays Premier League match for Spurs.

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PostSubject: Re: Tottenham 4-1 Manchester City full match preview and highlights(video)   2015-09-28, 06:26

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