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Unseen Man City celebration says everything as Erling Haaland breaks Tottenham curse

Are you watching, Arsenal?

Maybe not by the end, but few could take their eyes away from this tense thriller as Manchester City overcame several jitters to end their Tottenham Hotspur Stadium curse and keep control of the title race going into the final day. Like London buses, a goal and a win came for Pep Guardiola's side with a 2-0 victory getting them an almighty three points but that does not tell anything like all of the story.

It may not feel from the outside like there is much squeaky bum time among the City squad, with Guardiola praising the incredible focus of the squad as they close in on another Premier League title. However, not many of the 3,038 fans in the away end will have felt comfortable as kick-off approached; many of them remember when City were leagues worse than this, and all knew the astonishingly bad record the Blues have in this stadium even while they have been winning everywhere else in the country.

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This stadium, where City had not only failed to win any of their previous four league meetings but failed to score a goal. This stadium, where Rodri last tasted defeat as a City player 72 matches and 15 months ago.

City have contrived to not score more goals than most have scored in this stadium, so when Phil Foden was denied the opening goal by an outstanding arm from Vicario in the Spurs net in the 16th minute, there was a knowing feeling. Ederson had already been called into an excellent stop of his own, tipping Rodrigo Bentancur's effort over the bar.

Spurs fans were divided over how they wanted tonight's result to go. There was an early chorus asking people to stand up if they