Twitter's Analysis As Spurs Hammer Man City

Twitter's Analysis As Spurs Hammer Man City
By Mark Farrelly Updated

Tottenham Hotspur have only gone and beaten Man City 4-1. Even Harry Kane scored!

Yes, Man United can go top this afternoon if they beat Sunderland, thanks to Spurs coming back from 1-0 to be league leaders. Pretty much every goal scored was offside (including a Spurs goal that was actually ruled out) in a match that was dull in the first half but came to life after Eric Dier's equaliser.

City's new signing Kevin De Bruyne had put them in front with his third goal in as many games but after pulling level just before the break, Spurs ramped it up in the second half.

First, Toby Alderweireld gave the home side the lead before Harry Kane scored his first of the season, from a rebound off a Christian Eriksen free-kick. With 11 minutes to go, Erick Lamela ... Yes, Erik Lamela ... scored their fourth.

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