An eventful night in London. Goals from Heung-Min Son and Giovani Lo Celso resigned Manchester City to a second defeat of the season, as Tottenham Hotspur effectively applied a Jose Mourinho trademark counter-attacking display.
A loss where Manchester City dominated, but could not make that in to tangible goals. We move on what was a wildly bad night for the sky blue.
On to the reaction-
Pep Guardiola Reaction
“It could be better, we played similar to how have all season. We did not defend good for the first goal. They then defended so deep, they defended with six and it was not easy.
“We had our chances, but we couldn’t score and they made two or three chances on the counter attack and we lost the game.”
“The stats speak for themselves, we were better in many departments but we didnt score. (Spurs) defended so deep and were waiting for a mistake. We found some moments but the reality is we are struggling to score goals this season. That can happen.”
“(Spurs) are top of the league so they are more title contenders than anyone else right now. There are a lot of teams in front of us. I think we are not far, far away but we struggle to score goals right now. Ten goals in nine games is not good enough.”
“I think we are not far, far away but we struggle to score goals right now. Ten goals in nine games is not good enough.”
Match over. Frustrating end and game. 2-0 loss.— Bitter and Blue (@BitterandBlue1) November 21, 2020
Manchester City at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium— WhoScored.com (@WhoScored) November 21, 2020
Games - 3
Defeats - 3
Shots - 51
Goals - 0
️ Spurs' stadium may be a thing of beauty but City can't stand the sight of it... pic.twitter.com/QVGBG8AJvw
Losing to Spurs 2-0 with 22 shots and conceding 2 on target.— Ryan Catanese (@rcatanese) November 21, 2020
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