After this victory in London, Pep Guardiola’s side are now just a win away from winning an unprecedented fourth English top-flight title in a row. Look back at tonight’s Premier League match with our Tottenham vs Manchester City stats centre.

Tottenham vs Manchester City Stats Centre

Our Opta match centre delivers you all the Tottenham vs Manchester City stats from Tuesday’s Premier League match at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London.

The match centre below includes team and player stats, expected goals data, passing networks, an Opta chalkboard and more. It gives you everything you need to do your own post-match analysis.

Underneath that, you’ll find the official Opta post-match facts for the game and the timeline graphics

Tottenham 0-2 Manchester City Post-Match Facts

  • Manchester City will sit top of the Premier League table heading into the final day of the season for the sixth time in the last seven seasons (exception 2019-20), going on to win the title in each of those previous campaigns.
  • Manchester City are now unbeaten in 22 consecutive Premier League games (W18 D4), including all 18 in 2024 (W15 D3); however, the last two teams to make as long an unbeaten start to a calendar year have failed to go on to win the title in that same year (Liverpool in 2022 – 2nd and Chelsea in 2008 – 2nd).
  • None of Tottenham’s 19 home league games finished as a draw this season (W13 L6), the first team to go a full home Premier League campaign without any of their matches finishing level since Manchester City in 2018-19 (W18 L1). It is the first time in Spurs’ history that they’ve not drawn at home once in a single league campaign.
  • Tottenham are now guaranteed to finish outside of the top four positions in the Premier League for the fourth time in the last five seasons, after finishing in the Champions League spots in each of Mauricio Pochettino’s final four full campaigns in charge (2015-16 – 2018-19).
  • Erling Haaland’s opener was the first goal Manchester City have scored in the Premier League at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with what was their 79th shot at the venue; it was the Citizens’ first away league goal against Spurs since Riyad Mahrez netted at Wembley Stadium in October 2018.
  • Haaland has scored 63 goals in 65 Premier League appearances, at least eight more than any other player has across their first two campaigns in the competition (Andy Cole – 55); the Norwegian also became only the second Manchester City player to net twice away from home against Spurs in the Premier League, after Edin Dzeko in August 2011 (4 goals).
  • Kevin De Bruyne has assisted Erling Haaland 12 times in the Premier League since the beginning of last season, at least four more times than any other player has for a teammate in the competition.
  • De Bruyne has now recorded 10+ assists in six different Premier League seasons, the joint-most times alongside Cesc Fàbregas; the Belgian (112) also moved ahead of the Spaniard into outright second for most assists in the competition’s history, behind only Ryan Giggs (162).

Tottenham vs Manchester City Timeline

Tottenham vs Manchester City Timeline
Tottenham vs Man City Timeline

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