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Tottenham 2-0 Manchester City: Bergwijn scores on his debut as Spurs earn huge win

Tottenham 2-0 Manchester City: Bergwijn scores on his debut as Spurs earn huge win

Photo by Catherine Ivill/ GIMME SOME OF THAT MOUNTAIN WINE! Tottenham Hotspur hosted Manchester City on Sunday knowing a result could put them in a good position to claw their way back into contention for a top-four finish. They didn’t just get a result — they took down the two-time defending champions 2-0 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Steven Bergwijn scored on his Tottenham debut and Son Heung-Min added the insurance as Spurs leaped up to fifth in the table. Jose Mourinho put out a strong lineup against the defending champions, who were themselves dealing with an injured...
WATCH: Steven Bergwijn scores on Spurs debut vs. Manchester City

WATCH: Steven Bergwijn scores on Spurs debut vs. Manchester City

Photo by Laurence Griffiths/ What a moment! Steven Bergwijn’s Tottenham Hotspur debut couldn’t have gone any better. The Dutchman, who was signed ahead of the January transfer deadline from PSV Einhoven for around €31 million, scored just 63 minutes into his first start. Not only did he get a goal, but his strike gave his new side a 1-0 lead over reigning champions Manchester City. It was a delightful take, as well. After a scramble around the box, Lucas found Bergwijn inside the box. His first touch was a beautiful chest down into a volley that was even better: BERGWIJN DEBUT...
The Sun Feb 2, 2020

Man City miss yet another penalty as Ilkay Gundogan makes it four of the last six botched by Pep Guardiola’s side

MANCHESTER CITY’S miserable run of missed penalties carried on after Hugo Lloris saved from the spot against Ilkay Gundogan. City were awarded a penalty after some farcical scenes at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium as Serge Aurier brought down Sergio Aguero. But referee Mike Dean waved play off before it took TWO MINUTES for VAR to […]
Tottenham Hotspur vs. Manchester City: match thread & how to watch

Tottenham Hotspur vs. Manchester City: match thread & how to watch

Photo by Shaun Botterill/ Another big-six clash is on the docket as City travels to London. In a surprising turn of events, Tottenham Hotspur wrapped up a truly busy January transfer window. Numerous players went out on loans or permanent transfers, and a couple new faces have made their way to North London. There are still gaps in the roster, but considering past winter transfer windows, it is pretty encouraging to see Daniel Levy at least attempt to help this team gear up for the last four months of the season. The impact of these moves could be felt as soon as Sunday against...
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TEAM NEWS: Three out for Tottenham vs. City on Sunday

TEAM NEWS: Three out for Tottenham vs. City on Sunday

Photo by Tottenham Hotspur FC/Tottenham Hotspur FC via Oh yeah, there’s a match this weekend. It might be a bit easy to forget today as it’s being swamped by the news and rumors coming out of the close of the January transfer window, but Tottenham Hotspur play a Premier League match on Sunday against Manchester City. Pursuant to that end, Jose Mourinho held his usual press conference to talk over the match, the (numerous) transfer rumors swirling around the club, and what his match day squad might look like. First, the injury news. Tottenham are about as healthy as they possibly...

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