Tottenham Hotspur blasted past (then) top of the table Manchester City 4-1 in Barclay's Premier League action at White Hart Lane on Saturday. After an opening goal by City's Kevin De Bruyne, Spurs came back to equalize with a controversial low corner blast from Eric Dier.
Spurs went on to score three in the second half: Toby Alderweireld headed home bast Willy Caballero, Harry Kane broke his scoring duck after chipping home a rebounded free kick by Christian Eriksen that went off the crossbar, and Eric Lamela put the icing on the cake after rounding Caballero and defender Martin DeMichelis.
This was the Tottenham's first win over Manchester City since a 3-1 home victory in April of 2013. Since that match, Spurs were 0-4 against the Sky Blues and were outscored 16-4. The win puts them in fifth place in the table with 12 points from seven matches, and Spurs are unbeaten in the league since their opening day loss to Manchester United.
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