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I saw Man City do something they've never done before vs Spurs and it might win the title

Pep Guardiola said his players love playing under the intense pressure of a title race like this, but even he may not have expected the 90 minutes that unfolded at Tottenham on Tuesday.

City experienced every emotion at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, leaving elated and on the verge of another Premier League title. But don't let the 2-0 scoreline make you think this was easy - as Pep Guardiola had to pull out a new trick from his well-worn book of motivational tools to inspire victory.

After all, scoring at Tottenham was his main goal this season. They only got that strike (in the league) after doing something they had never done before.

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Guardiola needed the phrase 'squeaky bum time' explained to him on Friday before admitting he does get nervous before games and this one would be no different. Arriving at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium he said he had butterflies - but 'it's a good sign'.

Early on, Guardiola looked like he was right, and there was no change in City's warm-ups. The players looked focussed, but were still joking around and fizzing passes to each other. They roused the away end when they jogged over to their corner, and were geeing each other up before returning to the dressing rooms.

As the game got underway, they were calm under pressure and played themselves out of trouble. It was a typical City performance in that they kept things simple and didn't overthink anything. Slowly, though, Spurs got into the game.

They tested Ederson early, and after Vicario denied Phil Foden from close range, it was the hosts who had the better