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Live Reporting

Neil Johnston and Emlyn Begley

All times stated are UK

  1. 'Really, really special'

    Man City 2-3 Tottenham

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham striker Harry Kane, speaking to Sky Sports: “It was a crazy game. We worked so hard for so long. We were 2-1 ahead for such a long time in the second half. To see the penalty awarded was so heartbreaking, but credit to the boys for creating another chance at the end.

    “For me it was [about ending] three losses in a row and we had to find a way of getting our season back on track. To get the result we did was really, really special. The boys worked their socks off today. To get the goals was obviously nice. We were great from Hugo all the way through.

    “We have high standards of ourselves and we’ve got ourselves in a position where we can really fight for the top four. Football’s about bouncing back. We can’t get too high or too low. The performance today show’s we’re fighting to the end. Hopefully we can use it as momentum going forward.

    “We probably have to learn how to be more consistent in a long season. To be in the top four, it has to be on a consistent basis. We’ve got Burnley in midweek – they’re fighting for their lives so we know it’ll be a tough one.”

    On his understanding with Son: “We had a lot of preparation obviously. We connect really well and have a great understanding off the pitch. I can’t wait to watch it back in the video room tomorrow.”

  2. 'Kane is an unbelievable player and guy'

    Man City 2-3 Tottenham

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham forward Son Heung-min, speaking to Sky Sports: "We have a group of positive players and guys. Before the game we lost three in a row. We still believed and worked really hard. We worked for this game especially.

    "It could be the worst time to face Manchester City for us, but this was actually the best time."

    [On Harry Kane]: "He's scored so many goals. I was really sad at the start of the season when he didn't score goals but he was working hard for the team.

    "He is an unbelievable player and an unbelievable guy. Working alongside him is a big honour."

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    SMS Message: So we lose three on the bounce and then we do the double on City. When was the last time anyone did the double on City? Why did my dad make me support Spurs? from Stu Emsworth
    Stu Emsworth
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    Antonio Conte (Chelsea, Spurs) is the fifth manager to win a Premier League away match at Etihad Stadium in charge of multiple clubs, after Claudio Ranieri (Chelsea, Leicester), Mark Hughes (Blackburn Rovers, Stoke City), Jose Mourinho (Chelsea, Man Utd) and Roy Hodgson (Fulham, Crystal Palace).

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    Fahad Khan: Kane getting all the praise, but what a signing Kulusevski has been. Match-winning performance. And I am a Chelsea fan!

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    Spurs are unbeaten in all Premier League matches outside of London this season.

    They have lost eight games - all in the capital (four at home, four away).

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    Jonathan: I believe in miracles. What a performance by Tottenham. Well done Harry Kane.

    SMS Message: Harry Kane showing Man City why they should've signed him. from Ammar Rao
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    Harry Kane's goal (94:25) is the latest winner Manchester City have conceded in the Premier League since Michael Owen scored for Manchester United in September 2009 (95:27).

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    Liverpool are six points behind City with a game in hand.

    If the Reds win all their games - including against City on 9 April - they could win the title on goal difference (if City won all their other games).

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    Harry Kane has scored as many goals today as he netted in 12 previous appearances for Spurs against Manchester City in all competitions.

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    SMS Message: ROM-HERO from Patrick in Brighton
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    SMS Message: Can we play city every week? from Jon, Spurs fan in Eastleigh
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    There were 350,000 of you reading that by the end!

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    I officially declare the title race OPEN.

  14. FULL-TIME

    Man City 2-3 Spurs

    It's all over. WHAT A GAME.

    Spurs move back into the European places as Harry Kane scores twice against the team who tried to sign him last summer.

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    Imto the 100th minute and Matt Doherty blocks Bernardo Silva's shot.

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    Lucas Moura boots the ball into touch. And still we go.

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    We're still going.

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    Spidey: Spurs doing a 'Reverse Spursy'...

    Deldude: This is the game of the season!

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    Davinson Sanchez clears.

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    Kevin de Bruyne is fouled and City have a free-kick 40 yards out. Everyone goes up.