2017 Season

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2017 Schedule
9-4-5, 7th in English Premier League
ICYMI: Ronaldo wins Club World Cup, Serie A title race, and more (1:19)
Pochettino: City's first goal a 'massive gift' from Spurs (1:33)
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1dBen Pearce

Alli, Spurs outclassed by City

Spurs surrender yet another set-piece goal as Dele Alli and Kieran Trippier struggled mightily as Manchester City easily extend their streak.

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1dDan Kilpatrick

Pochettino: Spurs gave City 'massive gift'

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino felt his side gifted Manchester City the all-important first goal in the 4-1 defeat at the Etihad Stadium.

1dMark Ogden

Superb De Bruyne teaches Alli a lesson

Two minutes after almost being kicked out of the game, Kevin De Bruyne made Spurs pay and, in the process, showed he is a level above Dele Alli.

Man City 4-1 Tottenham: 16 straight wins (3:42)
Eriksen nets a late consolation goal for Tottenham (0:45)
1dPA Sport

Man City make light work of Tottenham

Leaders Manchester City powered to their 16th successive win in the Premier League with a 4-1 thrashing of Tottenham at the Etihad Stadium.

Sterling puts the cherry on top with Man City's fourth (0:57)
WATCH: Sterling rounds off brilliant Man City team goal (1:05)
Gabriel Jesus' penalty hits the post (0:52)
De Bruyne thumps home to double Man City's lead (1:09)
Was Tottenham's Dele Alli lucky to stay on the pitch? (0:48)
Should Harry Kane have seen red for Tottenham? (0:39)
Tottenham's Kane curls an effort just wide (0:25)
Gundogan heads in Man City's opener (0:45)
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2dDan Kilpatrick

Poch: Spurs 'opposite' of big-spending City

Mauricio Pochettino says it is "completely unfair" to compare Tottenham Hotspur to Saturday's big-spending opponents Manchester City.

Pochettino won't stop players leaving Tottenham (1:05)
Pochettino: Tottenham don't need motivating vs. Man City (1:03)
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2dDan Kilpatrick

Pochettino accepts stars may want to leave

Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has accepted that his star players are entitled to want to leave the club if they continue to fall short of silverware.

EXCLUSIVE: Tottenham's Son Heung-Min chats to ESPN (6:13)
2dMichael Cox

How Tottenham can end City's streak

Mauricio Pochettino's tactical acumen has been widely praised, but it looks like it'll take something truly innovative to stop Manchester City.

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference135th
Goals Scored31Tied-5th
Goals Conceded185th