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Dier is there again, holds his position and blocks behind for another corner. City knocking on the door but Spurs deal with the set piece.
This time he picks it up on the right but his cross is blocked behind for a corner, which Spurs clear. Uncharacteristically sloppy from the Belgian.
The Algerian cuts onto his left and lets fly but Lloris is down to save. Spurs will be happy if they can keep limiting their opponents to efforts from range.
The youngster's touch is too heavy and Aurier shepherds the ball out for a goal kick. De Bruyne picks up the ball on the half turn and drives towards goal.
He fires at goal and it whistles just beyond Lloris' post. The Spaniard's cut back is threatening but no one is there to meet it and City clear. Rodri shoots from range but the shot is blocked and City re-work the ball again.
This time Mahrez cuts in on his left foot, sends a ball to the backpost but it is just too high for Torres and goes behind for a goal kick.
Neither manager has made a change at the break. Jose Mourinho will be delighted with his troops for executing the plan to a tee.
He would not have expected his side to take the lead as early as they did, though, as Son made no mistake in dispatching beyond Ederson as City's high line was exposed once again.
City thought they had found the all-important equaliser on the half hour mark through Laporte but VAR deemed that Jesus had handled the ball in the build up.
The Brazilian and Kevin de Bruyne are questioning that decision as the players make their way off the pitch.
City have been dominant with the ball but can they find the breakthrough they need? It's Cancelo who drives forward, passes through to Torres who takes a tumble, Mahrez picks up the loose ball and Jesus steps up to fire over.
The hosts haven't given City a sniff since Laporte's equaliser was ruled out around ten minutes ago. Harry Kane wins a free kick to relieve the pressure for his side.
They have posed tricky questions to Spurs and will hope that they can make the all important break through before the half time break.
It looks like it struck Jesus' right arm before it hits his thigh and Dean agrees, awarding Spurs a free kick and the goal is ruled out. City have the ball in the back of the net!
Gabriel Jesus plays it into the path of Aymeric Laporte , who is still up from the previous corner, and the Frenchman buries home.
But Spurs are adamant that the ball struck the Brazilian's arm in the build up. VAR is checking The ball is cut back for Bergwijn who looks to have been bundled over by Rodri but Mike Dean says no penalty.
City break down the other end but Bernardo Silva dawdles and has to settle for the corner, which is eventually cleared. De Bruyne takes but it is too strong for Dias, Jesus recovers the ball to win another corner.
They have posed a threat on a number of occasions with deft chips in behind, but the Spurs defence has risen to the occasion so far.
De Bruyne sends in a wicked ball which is on a plate for Rodri. The midfielder's free header is directed straight at Lloris, who saves.
Wasted chance there. Bergwijn plays the ball into Son, whose scuffed shot falls into the path of Kane who prods into an empty net. The first is through Bergwijn, who carries the ball upfield before it's cut out by Rodri.
De Bruyne gets his head up to pick out the run of Torres, but Sissoko is there to harry the youngster away from goal.
The visitors play the ball so well as Torres and Jesus' interplay opens up the hosts. The ball is snuffed out by Alderweireld before Kevin de Bruyne's shot is blocked by the Belgian.
Spurs have a free kick just inside the City half. Ndombele is fed the ball, is afforded the time and space to look up and pick out the run of Son Heung-min , who is given acres of space beyond City's high line to run into.
Spurs look to counter through Reguilon who enjoys a footrace with Kyle Walker but the Englishman beats him this time. Spurs have barely had a touch of the ball and are happy to sit tight and compact and ask City to find a way through.
He gets his head up and fires a shot from range but it's straight at Hugo Lloris. The positioning of Rodri, Joao Cancelo and Laporte can be called into question for Son's opener, while Ederson charged out of goal on both occasions, though perhaps of greater concern is City's attacking play.
Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne did not find the target from 10 combined attempts, while Torres had just one key pass as he was unable to match his fine display for Spain.
The return of Sergio Aguero, an unused substitute in this one after a month out injured, cannot come quickly enough. Meanwhile, Spurs scored with both of their shots on target in this match.
City look to bounce back in in Greece as they play Olympiacos in the Champions League on Wednesday and return to top-flight action at home to Burnley three days later.
They've got a chance because Mourinho is in charge and has won it before. He knows what it takes to get over the line. Only time will tell but having Mourinho at the club gives them an advantage.
Mauricio Pochettino was a good manager, don't get me wrong. However, they've now got more chance of winning the title because of Mourinho.
You have to be there or thereabouts all the time. You cannot be giving teams six, seven or eight-point head starts, and they are right in the mix at the moment.
He's the only manager I know who treats every game like it is the last of the season. Every point mounts up and Mourinho always flies out of the stalls in a title-winning year.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola renews his long-standing rivalry with Tottenham manager Mourinho, formerly of Real Madrid and Manchester United, and he has given a glowing appraisal of his counterpart's recent performances at Spurs.
They've been exceptional for the last four or five years. This was the perfect result for Jose Mourinho, who worked his magic of focusing on the defensive side of the ball and then trying to go on the counter.
It worked all game long and for both goals. City had 22 shots in the match, while Tottenham had just four, but despite that from the moment Spurs went ahead in the fifth minute they were always favored to win the match..
Tottenham's defense was up to the challenge Whether it was closing down in defense in numbers or reading the speedy runs of City, Tottenham perfected the Mourinho bend but don't break defensive ethos.
They blocked 10 of City's 22 shots, nine of them within their own penalty area. In attack, it was more of the same with Harry Kane leading the way.
The superstar striker was key in a match where he didn't even register a shot. On the opener, which came five minutes in, he checked towards the ball and pulled both center backs with him, allowing Son to get past a sleeping Joao Cancelo for the opener.
Manchester City FC. Ederson Moraes. De Bruyne. Fouls won Kane. Mourinho: rejuvenated Jose has Spurs dreaming of title shot.