A glorious chance wasted to finish this match for Tottenham. Dele Alli is felled in the penalty area by Fernandinho, but Erik Lamela's spot kick is tame and Claudio Bravo dives to his right to make the save. Manchester City still have a chance here...
Is it possible to play 45 minutes better than Tottenham just have? Manchester City are being pressed into giving the ball away and punished for their defensive mistakes, and Pep Guardiola is staring at his first defeat since arriving in English football. Can he do anything to turn the tide?
Just as Manchester City appeared to be gaining a foothold in this game, Tottenham have given them a mountain to climb. Dele Alli's through pass is deflected to Heung-Min Son, who thinks quickly to play the England international through on goal. He finds the bottom corner.
Both teams have started at lightning pace and it's Manchester City who blink first. Danny Rose swings in an inviting cross from the left flank and Aleksandar Kolarov accidentally diverts it past Claudio Bravo and into his own net. Nightmare moment for the Serbia international, who didn't have the best of times against Celtic in midweek.
Manchester City: Bravo; Zabaleta, Otamendi, Stones, Kolarov; Fernando, Fernandinho; Silva, Sterling, Navas; Aguero.
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Harry Kane is one of five Tottenham players missing for Tuesday's crunch Champions League clash against CSKA Moscow - but the striker could return from injury earlier than expected.
Kane sustained an ankle ligament injury against Sunderland eight days ago and has been left out of the trip to Russia, along with Mousa Dembele, Eric Dier, Danny Rose and Moussa Sissoko.
It means Spurs are under-strength for their crunch test in Moscow but manager Mauricio Pochettino said there was better news regarding Kane.
The striker was initially feared to be facing around eight weeks on the sidelines but it is understood it could now be closer to six, raising hopes the 23-year-old could play in the north London derby against Arsenal on November 6.
"Half an hour ago, we received the information about the scan. It's much, much better than we expected," Pochettino said.
"We are happy, it was very positive, the scan. We're very, very happy about this news but still we cannot give a time of how long it'll be to recover.
"I am not a doctor, it's hard to say one, two, three weeks, but it's much, much better than we expected."