Tottenham v City – Sunday match quick overview

Man City

After losing against the Spurs last Sunday, City has been slapped with fines from Premier League over financial irregularities.

Last month Tottenham was left disappointed after losing 4-2 at Etihad.

Even after Kulusevski and Emerson snuck 2 goals in before half time, City doubled Spurs score sheet before the final whistle.

Spurs have stood home ground in the last 3 matches against Man City.

There has only been 2 other times where City have lost 4 away games in a row and that was against Chelsea and Sunderland.

Since their last match against the Gunners, City has made 4 changes.

  Walker replaced John Stones in the backline, due to an injury.
  De Bruyne is benched as Silva returns to the line-up.
 Alvarez, Grealish, Mahrez and Haaland all get the nod in the final third.
  Phil Foden seems to have no space on the bench.

Early in the game City starts getting into their rhythm and Spurs seem to be lost.

In the 15th min, Kane fires Spurs ahead. The only goal to be scored in the 90min game.

Kane makes history and becomes Tottenham’s all-time leading goal-scorer with 267 goals.

He also scores his 200th goal in the Premier League.

Tottenhams lead knocks City completely off their game and this can be seen throughout the rest of the game.

After a yellow card was handed to Rodrigo Bentancur, Mahrez wastes Cities free kick.

Kulusevski, Rodri, and Mahrez all take their turn to try and level with Spurs before halftime, but to no avail.

More attempts are made by Grealish, Kulusevski and De Bruyne but after 7 min into extra time City cant catch up.

Man City to go to Supreme Court to get cleared of all charges

For the past four years, there has been an ongoing investigation by the Premier League against City.

On Monday it was announced that the Citizens is now being charged with a series of financial offenses.

These charges are related to information concerning their revenue, manager and player salaries, UEFA regulations, profitability, sustainability and co-operation with the PL investigation.

City seemed to be surprised at the Premier League accusations and released a statement a few hours after.

"Manchester City FC is surprised by the issuing of these alleged breaches of the Premier League Rules, particularly given the extensive engagement and vast amount of detailed materials that the EPL has been provided with.

The club welcomes the review of this matter by an independent Commission, to impartially consider the comprehensive body of irrefutable evidence that exists in support of its position.

As such we look forward to this matter being put to rest once and for all."

If City is found guilty of these breaches they could face transfer bans, expulsion, point deductions and sanctions.

Reports by The Sun have stated that City is even considering going to High Court or Supreme Court to get cleared of these charges.

Currently Peps side is sitting in second place on the table, 5 points behind Arsenal.

How will the allegations effect The Citizens next match? Check out their odds on Betway.