Tottenham vs Manchester City 0-1 – Highlights
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Guardiola makes three changes to his City side as Jesus, Otamendi and De Bruyne drop out of the team that beat Shakhtar Donetsk 3-0 last week. Bernardo Silva and Walker start, while Aguero, one goal off 150 in the Premier League, leads the line.
Tottenham make two changes to the side that drew 2-2 with PSV last week, bringing Sissoko and Lamela into the fold. Eriksen and Son are the players who drop to the bench as a result.
Man City subs: Arijanet Muric, Leroy Sane, Nicolas Otamendi, Phil Foden, Kevin De Bruyne, Gabriel Jesus, Vincent Kompany.
Man City XI (4-3-3): Ederson; Kyle Walker, John Stones, Aymeric Laporte, Benjamin Mendy; Bernardo Silva, Fernandinho, David Silva; Riyad Mahrez, Sergio Aguero, Raheem Sterling.
Tottenham subs: Paulo Gazzaniga, Kyle Walker-Pieters, Christian Eriksen, Dele Alli, Son Heung-Min, Serge Aurier, Harry Winks.
Tottenham XI (4-2-3-1): Hugo Lloris; Kieran Trippier, Davinson Sanchez, Toby Alderweireld, Ben Davies; Eric Dier, Mousa Dembele; Moussa Sissoko, Erik Lamela, Lucas Moura; Harry Kane.
10 – Erik Lamela has been directly involved in 10 goals in his last nine games in all competitions (7 goals, 3 assists). Form. #WHUTOT
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0 0 So’ton FT
4 2 Fulham FT
5 0 Burnley FT
0 1 Brighton FT
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# Team Pl GD Pts
1 Man City 10 24 26
2 Liverpool 10 16 26
3 Chelsea 10 17 24
4 Arsenal 10 11 22
5 Tottenham 10 8 21
6 B’mouth 10 7 20
7 Watford 10 4 19
8 Man Utd 10 0 17
9 Everton 10 2 15
10 Wolves 10 0 15
11 Brighton 10 -2 14
12 Leicester 10 0 13
13 West Ham 10 -6 8
14 C Palace 10 -6 8
15 Burnley 10 -11 8
16 So’ton 10 -8 7
17 Cardiff 10 -14 5
18 Fulham 10 -17 5
19 Newcastle 10 -8 3
20 Huddsf’ld 10 -17 3
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With just a minute to go until half-time, Lamela netted what proved to be the winner with a glancing header into the far corner after being picked out by a cross from Moussa Sissoko.
West Ham did have the ball in the net with five minutes to go through Javier Hernandez, but it was correctly ruled out after Marko Arnautovic had drifted into an offside position.
Mauricio Pochettino did not look particularly happy at full-time after witnessing another scrappy performance from his side, but the win lifts them into the top four and just two points behind league leaders Manchester City.
A defeat to Brighton before the international break punctuated West Ham’s good run of form but a draw and win against Chelsea and Manchester United respectively in their previous two games at the London Stadium, meant that they entered this match in confident mood, with Arnautovic firing a shot straight at Lloris inside the opening five minutes.
It took a while for the game to come to life but a clash between the Brazilian Lucas Moura and the Argentinian Pablo Zabaleta on 15 minutes which left the latter with a gash above his right eye did result in the tempo being belatedly picked up. Zabaleta wasn’t the only West Ham player to suffer discomfort in the first half, as Andriy Yarmolenko departed on a stretcher just before half-time after suffering a nasty looking ankle injury.
10 – Erik Lamela has been directly involved in 10 goals in his last nine games in all competitions (7 goals, three assists). Form. #WHUTOT
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On the stroke of half-time, Spurs took the lead through the lively Lamela. Sissoko did well to deceive Felipe Anderson on the right wing before sending a cross in with his left foot that required just a faint touch from Lamela to beat Lukasz Fabianski. A minute later, Spurs almost doubled their lead when Lamela’s cross-shot did drop on Fabianski into the path of Davidson Sanchez, but that Colombian’s effort did tackle via those West Ham ‘keeper.
Manuel Pellegrini made two changes with Aaron Cresswell and Robert Snodgrass replacing Arthur Masuaku and Pedro Obiang. Mauricio Pochettino also made two changes as Erik Lamela and Ben Davies came in for Son Heung-Min and Danny Rose.
The hosts started the second half in the ascendancy, and Arnautovic thought he had equalized when he headed an Aaron Cresswell cross towards the top corner three minutes after the restart. However, Lloris darted across his goal-line to tip the ball over with an acrobatic save that left Arnautovic stunned.
Hugo Lloris made a string of fine saves in the second half
The battle between Arnautovic and Lloris continued, and on the hour mark the Frenchman won out again, this time diverting a low shot from the Austrian wide of the post. Moments later, Arnautovic let his frustration get the better of him, clashing with Sanchez down by the touchline before receiving a yellow card for a rash sliding challenge on Kieran Trippier.