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Manchester City dropped crucial points in the Premier League title race on Saturday as Antonio Conte's side secured a historic win thanks to goals from Dejan Kulusevski and Harry Kane  at the Etihad.
Kane, who was named Man of the Match for his efforts against City, netted a header just moments after Riyad Mahrez converted from the spot. It was a dramatic ending to an eventful clash in Manchester.
🏴 Tottenham Hotspur Striker Harry Kane’s Performance Against Man City:— Last Word On Spurs 🇮🇹 (@LastWordOnSpurs) February 19, 2022
🦶 Touches: 38
⚽️ Goals: 2
🧩 Passing Accuracy: 20/29 (69%)
🎯 Shots On Target: 3
💪 Duels Won: 11
🔑 Key Passes: 2
🚫 Interceptions: 1
👑 Man Of The Match!#THFC | #COYS | #MCITOTpic.twitter.com/vkLnkhNWbB
Moments after Kane sealed a memorable victory for the Lilywhites, a furious Pep Guardiola was seen pacing on the touchline. In fact, footage has now emerged of the Spaniard giving his assisant a stern word.
Pep Guardiola's assistant was on the receiving end after the Spurs winner 😬pic.twitter.com/qB86FC08nw— 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) February 21, 2022
As you can see in the clip above, Rodolfo Borrell sits emotionless on his chair as a clearly agitated Guardiola appears to vent his frustration about conceding at such a late stage.
Despite the scenes shortly after Kane's goal, however, the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager was satisfied with how his team performed on Saturday afternoon.
“We performed well,” he said. “We were who we normally are. They defended in the 18-yard box. It was so difficult, we had to go outside and after they can run with the quality they had.
“Every time we played inside, we had to go outside and we crossed and for many actions were not there to score. I think we performed well, honestly.
“The first goal was the quality they had, the second was difficult to defend. The third was our mistake.”
🗣 | Pep Guardiola:— City Chief (@City_Chief) February 20, 2022
"Sky...I'm going to tell you something, one day we are going to lose a game and you're going to ask me if I miss a striker, I bet you whatever you want."
Pep called it…🤷♂️🤔
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