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Summary

  1. Sane taps in after Lloris fails to clear
  2. De Bruyne pokes in after Lloris spills a cross
  3. Alli heads in to give Spurs hope
  4. Son equalises moments after Sterling denied penalty
  5. Sub Jesus has goal correctly ruled out for offside

Live Reporting

By Patrick Jennings

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good evening

    Right then, that's your lot from us today. 

    But we'll be back for more tomorrow: 

    • Southampton v Leicester (12:00 GMT)
    • Arsenal v Burnley (14:15)
    • Chelsea v Hull (16:30)

    Feel free to catch up on everything below if you're just joining in (there's a lot), and head over here for all the rest of the day's reports. 

    Until the next time.

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    Dave Payn: Pochettino seeing a handball that no one else did, i.e. It didn't happen

    Martin Walker: Today's games showed one thing. Chelsea will win the league.

    Paul Leonard: Another three points gone begging how many more chances do Man City need?

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    Man City 2-2 Tottenham

  4. 'I enjoy watching Tottenham'

    Man City 2-2 Tottenham

    Manchester City

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, speaking to Sky Sports: "We are not going to achieve big targets this season because in performances we are not able to score goals. We are going to try and keep going but we create too much and get nothing.

    "Of course I’m sad and upset because the players don’t deserve that but maybe in the future these kinds of things will make us stronger.

    "Tottenham is the best team by far in the league when you let them play. I enjoy when I am at home and I see Tottenham play."

  5. 'A massive point'

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    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, speaking to BBC Sport: "It was a tough game for both sides. It is true, they were better in the first half and maybe deserved more, it was lucky for us to be 0-0 but in the second half the game was more balanced. We conceded two and it was difficult to come back but they always believed, that is important. It's a massive point for us.

    "From the beginning you could smell that they tried to change the feeling from the last game at Everton and were better on the mental level. Maybe we were too relaxed, and we told them that at half-time. We had to be more aggressive in some areas, and relaxed going forward. City were better but football is sometimes about belief, when you cannot play at your best."

    On Kyle Walker's hand in the back on Raheem Sterling: "For me it was not a penalty. That is England, and you know it is the same if we complain Leroy Sane hand-balled for the first goal. I thought it was handball, but it's difficult for the referee. In the game there are lots of pushes in England that aren't a foul and it must be the same inside and outside the box."

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    SMS Message: In a game where 22 players make countless mistakes, one mistake by the officials is the one that everyone talks about. Every single goal today was a result of at least one player's mistake, and yet all people will blame it on is one official's decision. Hardly seems right. from Dom, from Hampshire
    Dom, from Hampshire
  7. 'We are sad, but proud'

    Man City 2-2 Tottenham

    Manchester City

    Pep Guardiola is asked for his take on Kyle Walker's hand in the back on Raheem Sterling. He's, what's the word... Not in a good mood. 

    "The first question is about the referee? This is the BBC, you are prestigious, you should talk about the football not the referee.

    "OK. We played good, it was an outstanding performance but it's a pity what happened. We created more chances, conceded few but were not able to win, and again right decisions were against.

    "Of course you have to score goals but we had so many chances and were not able. Everton shoot four times, four goals, they shoot two times Tottenham, two goals. It is impossible to create something like this.

    "All you can do is create and play better and better but it is the same the whole season. We keep going and I am, we are upset, sad at what happened but I am so proud about what we did and the players don't deserve that again.

    "I like to play good football. Leroy [Sane] was amazing today. Tomorrow we will be happier but today we are sad, because we played good."

  8. 'It was the perfect thing'

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    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino: "They were better in first half, it was difficult for us. 

    "In the second, we were a bit better with more energy but then we conceded. We needed to show quality and personality. We showed great character at 2-0 we had belief and it was the perfect thing. It was a massive point for us.

    On Raheem Sterling incident: "The first goal we conceded was handball. We can't start to see every single detail, in England it's different. It wasn't a penalty. From my side, there's no complaint about from me about the referee."

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    SMS Message: Imagine City with a keeper that could actually save a shot? He's let the last 6 attempts on target in. That's utterly pathetic, and must be so demoralising for the rest of the team. from Dave, Manchester
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    Man City 2-2 Tottenham

    Leaders Chelsea play at home to Hull tomorrow, when Arsenal are at home to Burnley.

    PL top six
  11. 'No justice for being honest'

    Man City 2-2 Tottenham

    Former England and Liverpool striker Michael Owen has been tweeting about the penalty appeal involving Raheem Sterling.

    Sterling appeared to be pushed by Kyle Walker while through on goal, and he lost his balance but didn't go down in the box...

    Michael Owen
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    SMS Message: For all the City fans crowing about a hand placed on Sterling's back, just remember it wouldn't have been 2-0 had Lloris not made two uncharacteristic, calamitous errors. from Jon in Eastleigh
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  13. 'You have to put him off as much as possible'

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    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham defender Kyle Walker on BT Sport: "I think we can adapt our style to all situations. It shows the character in the team and the trust the gaffer puts in us to switch it up. 

    On his push on Raheem Sterling and the penalty appeal: "I wasn't going to get [the ball] otherwise. You have to put him off as much as possible.

    On catching leaders Chelsea: "We're taking every game as it comes. We're not worried about others, we'll do our job and see where it leaves us."

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    Jonathan Cowley: Did enough to win 6 games today! Absolutely gutting. Fantastic performance though, keep it up and we will be just fine.

    Henri Bouvier: Is no one going to mention that Bravo had to deal with 2 shots on target and failed? ball watching for the first...

    Rob Bown: Something needs to be done about the standard of officiating in football. How about reviews? Because the ref can't see it all!

  15. 'Our character, our mentality'

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    Tottenham Hotspur

    Spurs forward Son Heung-min: "In the first 10 minutes of the second half we conceded two goals but we came back stronger. That is our character. Our mentality is strong and everyone wanted to get a point. I'm really happy with the result."

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    Haze: Chelsea are going to love today's results! Time to pull away!

    Mike Barnett: In the biggest league in the world a key match is decided by one of the worst calls you could wish to see.

    Chris Baldwin: Could this be Spurs' year? Basically battered, 2-0 down then come back to draw at City?

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    Man City 2-2 Tottenham

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    Former Manchester City player Paul Lake on BBC Radio Manchester: “It is frustration for City. You can see it in the body language of their players.

    "You can almost say Tottenham got out of jail."

    Pep
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    Man City 2-2 Tottenham

    Terrific game. Triffic even. 

    Pep Guardiola and Mauricio Pochettino embrace on the sidelines as their players applaud around the ground. 

    We'll hear what they have to say in a bit.