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Gundogan goal not enough for Manchester City: Kane fires Spurs to win in turbulent final stage

After 15 games unbeaten, Manchester City were once again hit in the Premier League: the leaders lost their home game to Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday night after a turbulent final stage with two goals in stoppage time 2:3 (1:1). After Liverpool beat relegation candidate Norwich City (3-1) in the afternoon, Man City’s lead over Jurgen Klopp’s side is now just six points. However, Liverpool still have one game less.


Tottenham, who climbed to seventh in the table with their surprise away win, took an early lead. On the edge of the storm, Harry Kane sent to Heung Min Son in a perfect way and put the ball in the direction of Dejan Kulusevsky in front of the goal, who had to push only (fourth). Then, ManCity greatly pushed his pace, creating chances through Joao Cancelo (17/22), Ilkay G√ľndogan hit the post with his shot (21). The national player equalized with the help of Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, who bounced a cross from Gundogan (33). With a tie he went to the cabins.

Same picture after the break: Pep Guardiola’s side were overwhelmingly ahead, but he didn’t score a goal. Instead, Spurs responded perfectly. Kane himself started the lead with a pass to Son. Thanks to the rebound, the ball landed with the South Korean, who waited until Kane got into his spot in the penalty area and then sent it to perfection. The English striker calmly raised his foot and scored to make the score 2-1 (59th place). After a quarter of an hour, Kane scored the supposed goal 3:1, but the goal was not counted due to an earlier offside situation. In the final stage, I became restless. Tottenham defender Christian Romero received the ball in the penalty area in overtime. After the intervention of the video assistant referee, there was a penalty kick, which Riyad Mahrez confidently converted to a draw (90 + 2). But in the fifth minute of stoppage time, Kane scored the second goal for Tottenham.

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