Manchester City returned to the top of the Premier League standings after beating Tottenham Hotspurs 2-0.

In what was a potential title decider, City had no chance to drop points in the Tottenham stadium.In the first half, Vicario produced a wonderful save to deny Foden from close range. Bernado Silva saw his effort blocked on the line as they were goalless after the first half.

In the second half, Vicario produced another brilliant save to deny Kevin De Bruyne’s turnaround effort. City eventually got the breakthrough after Erling Haaland tapped in a De Bruyne low cross. Son had a glorious chance after Akanji’s mistake, and it was substitute goalkeeper Ortega who denied him brilliantly to keep the city lead. In the final minutes, Doku was brought down in the box, and Haaland stood to score his second goal, finish the game, and send City to the top of the table.

Speaking after the game, Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou “Unfortunately, in the last 48 hours, I saw that the foundations are really fragile.” “It’s inside the club, outside the club.” On Spurs chants, he said. “I don’t care.” I just want to build a winning team. I want to win,” he added.


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