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Live score, lineups, updates, and result for Man City vs. Tottenham: Foden puts the champions ahead following Son's odd double

Manchester's ETIHAD STADIUM The Premier League match between Manchester City and Tottenham got off to a wild start with goals from Son Heung-min at either end. Phil Foden then gave the home team the lead.


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The champions under Pep Guardiola controlled the early going, but Spurs broke quickly from their third corner of the contest in the sixth minute, and Son took advantage of Jeremy Doku's mistake to shoot past Ederson.

Son scored his eighth goal in a match he adores, but moments later, his feelings were dashed when he beat Gugliemo Vicario with an Erling Haaland flick-on from Julian Alvatez's right-wing free kick.

Then, with the goal at his mercy, Haaland should have put City ahead but dragged wide after Alvarez and Bernardo Silva disrupted Spurs' most recent haphazard attempt to play out from the back.
After Alvarez set up Foden for his seventh goal of the year, Doku and Alvarez both struck the crossbar.

Sporting News is live-broadcasting the Manchester City vs. Tottenham match, with highlights, analysis, and score updates as they happen.

Line-ups:

Man City (3-2-4-1, from left to right): 24. Josko Gvardiol — 16. Rodri, 2. Kyle Walker, 3. Ederson (GK), Manuel Akanji, rank: 47. Phil Foden, 19. Erling Haaland, Julian Alvarez, 20. Bernardo Silva, 11. Jeremy Doku, 9.

Tottenham (4-2-3-1, clockwise): 13. Pedro Porro — 23. Guglielmo Vicario (GK), 12. Emerson Royal 33. Ben Davies, 38. Giovani Lo Celso, 18. Destiny Udogie 8. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (5. Bryan Gill) — 22. Brennan Johnson, 21. Dejan Kulusevski, 11. 7. Heung-min Son.

Live updates, highlights, and discussion for Man City vs. Tottenham
Minute sixty-three: Scammers Udogie sneaks into the City box. He must be offside. Dias clears his hoofs, and Ederson saves. The flag is raised. Everyone screams and laughs at the linesman.

Sixtieth minute: For the last five minutes or so, City hasn't been able to dictate terms. Spurs supporters have spoken up, and Grealish has been booked for kicking the ball away. That's stupid because it means that he and Rodri will both be suspended for the Villa match.

60th minute: Walker fouls Johnson to halt a lovely, calm, and investigative Spurs possession phase.

56th minute: Spurs break from the set piece, and Son gives Grealish a scare this time. Johnson's attempt is blocked, and the chance is lost.

Grealish wins a free kick in the 55th minute. Anticipate additional of that.

54th minute: Grealish makes a nice initial contribution as he cuts in and attempts a cross at the back post that is intended for Haaland. The City No. 9 can't possibly head it down; it's simply too high.

53rd minute: Ederson watches it all the way and Gatehrs, but Johnson hits a nice strike.
In the fifty-two minute, Jack Grealish replaces Jeremy Doku, presumably after Guardiola gave him a hard time for holding onto the ball.

50th minute: After Alvarez gets his fellow forward moving, Hojbjerg puts himself into a heavy challenge on Haaland. City free-kick and maybe more fighting between Scandi on Scandi in the future.

46th minute: Our return. Since Hojbjerg is starting in place of Gill, the Spurs may be changing their lineup. They still hand the ball to City in hazardous locations. Silva was set up for an exquisite stroke with the outside of his foot by Alvarez and Haaland. Vicario can match it.

Halftime: The last ten minutes of the half seemed to see a little bit of exhaustion for both teams. Before that, there was mayhem as Phil Foden put City ahead and Son Heung-min scored goals at both ends. The second big news for City is that Rodri will miss Wednesday's trip to Aston Villa due to his booking.

45th minute: Ederson plays an unusually sluggish pass from inside his six-yard box, even by his standards. Walker loses it and sends a clearing into the freezing Manchester sky. Three more minutes will be allotted.

42nd minute: Walker picks up again, and Kulusevski is now searching for Gill. The Englishman is undoubtedly succeeding in his job against his former team.

41st minute: This is a fantastic midfield play from Spurs. Son finds Gill, who Walker had, in a very "stead on, young man" kind of way locked the door on him.

39th minute: Dias retreats in an attempt to stop Son. He's growing very fond of this duel. Akanji, his center defense partner, punts the ball out of the goalmouth after that. Here, a lot of City's defensive work is fairly reactive, albeit not as much as Spurs.

Udogie is the first Spurs player to receive a yellow card in the 38th minute. You get the feeling he won't be the last because right now, last-ditch seems to be their default option.

Haaland Blooters one over in the 36th minute! This may get medieval if he discovers his shooting boots, hehe.

Alvarez strikes the post in the 35th minute! The Argentina striker is having an awful rash all over this Spurs defense. He fizzes a low shot that strikes the left-hand post's face and swerves away from Vicario.

Rodri is booked in the 34th minute for a foul on Porro. That means he cannot travel to Aston Villa on Wednesday. City lost all three of his games when he was suspended earlier in the season.

Davies made a last-ditch save above the Spurs crossbar in the thirty-second minute. Suddenly, they are clinging on a little bit.

Thirty-one minutes in GOOOOOOAAAAAALLLLLL! Phil Foden!

When the Spurs are unable to clear their lines, Haaland passes to Doku. The winger crosses the ball to Alvarez at the near post, who scores a close-range goal with a deft touch and selflessness, setting up Foden.   Champions League, Real Madrid, UEFA Champions League, Manchester United, Barcelona, MLS, Europa League, UCL, Al Nassr, PSG, Man United, Man Utd, AC Milan, Newcastle vs Man United, Bayern Munich, Liverpool FC, Man City vs RB Leipzig, Man City vs Tottenham, Arsenal vs Wolves, Barca, Newcastle, Liverpool vs Fulham, Inter Milan, Aston Villa, Chelsea vs Brighton.