Match report of Spurs v Man City 2 October 2016 Premier League - Manchester City FC
City's unbeaten start to the season is over following a 2-0 defeat by Spurs.
Match Report - Tottenham 2 - 0 Man City | 02 Oct 2016
Spurs got off to a flying start at White Hart Lane, taking the lead on nine minutes after Aleksandar Kolarov put through his own net before Dele Alli slotted a slick second seven minutes before half-time.
Several Man City players below Pep Guardiola's desired level, says Jamie Carragher | Football News | Sky Sports
Jamie Carragher believes Manchester City have several players below Pep Guardiola's desired level after their 2-0 defeat by Tottenham.
Pep Guardiola concedes Tottenham were better as Manchester City unbeaten run ends | Football News | Sky Sports
Pep Guardiola conceded Tottenham were the better team after they inflicted the first defeat of his tenure at Manchester City. The Premier League leaders were second best for much of Sunday's clash at White Hart Lane and succumbed to Aleksandar Kolarov's early own goal before Dele Alli sealed the Spurs victory.
Gary Neville's verdict on Tottenham's 2-0 victory over Manchester City | Football News | Sky Sports
Sky Sports co-commentator Gary Neville dedicated his post-match podcast to examining the key themes at White Hart Lane as Pep Guardiola suffered the first defeat of his tenure at City, while Mauricio Pochettino underlined his credentials as one of the Premier League's leading coaches.
How Tottenham handed Pep Guardiola his first defeat as Manchester City manager | Football News | Sky Sports
The win lifts Spurs up to second in the table, just one point behind City, and means the north London club have made their best-ever start to a league campaign.
Mauricio Pochettino highlights pre-match plan for Tottenham win over Manchester City | Football News | Sky Sports
Mauricio Pochettino hailed Tottenham as they carried out their pre-match plan to perfection to defeat Manchester City. Spurs were tasked with becoming the first side to defeat Pep Guardiola at City, and they rose to the challenge with a stunning display at White Hart Lane.