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 By Ben Pearce

Tottenham stellar across the board in victory at Manchester City

Christian Eriksen's goal in the 83rd minute propelled Tottenham into second place in the Premier League with a 2-1 win at Man City.
ESPNFC's Craig Burley says that Tottenham have shown their resilience time and time again this season.

Tottenham launched themselves into the heart of the title fight after triumphing 2-1 away at Manchester City, moving just two points behind leaders Leicester.

While Mauricio Pochettino's side looked solid in the first half, they lacked ambition and a bit of quality in the final third, underlining the question: did they really believe they could win the domestic crown? The answer came in the second period.

Admittedly they got some luck with a controversial penalty decision, enabling Harry Kane...

 By Nick Ames

Tottenham boost their Premier League title chances with victory at Man City

Christian Eriksen's goal in the 83rd minute propelled Tottenham into second place in the Premier League with a 2-1 win at Man City.
ESPNFC's Craig Burley says that Tottenham have shown their resilience time and time again this season.

MANCHESTER, England -- Three thoughts on Tottenham's 2-1 win against Manchester City.

1. Tottenham prove they're for real

However it happened, and however loud the controversy reverberates over the coming days, Tottenham Hotspur have shown -- like Leicester last week -- that they are for real in the Premier League title race.

Manchester City had shown admirable application to draw level through Kelechi Iheanacho after Harry Kane's hotly disputed penalty had given the visitors the lead, but an 83rd-minute...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League top four combined XI -- best of Leicester, Spurs, Arsenal, City

Top four XI
More than half of the team are from Arsenal.

Ahead of Sunday's Premier League double-header of Arsenal vs. Leicester and Tottenham vs. Man City, we asked you to pick the best combined XI of the four clubs.

And, while there are a few Leicester players who have made it, there isn't a single Man City star involved!

GK: Petr Cech - Arsenal - 61 percent of the vote

RB: Hector Bellerin - Arsenal - 67 percent

CB: Toby Alderweireld - Spurs - 62 percent

CB: Laurent Koscielny - Arsenal - 58 percent

LB: Nacho Monreal - Arsenal...

 By John Crace

Pochettino manages expectations but win at City sparks Spurs title talk

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino believes his side are capable of going on a title run.

On a glorious May evening in 2010, Peter Crouch's late header gave Tottenham the victory at Manchester City that secured their place in the following season's Champions League.

The game was billed as the battle of the Premier League's perennial chokers. Both sides had flattered to deceive in previous seasons; now there was no escape for either team. The last Champions League place had to go to either side. On the night it was visitors who took the honours. Glory, glory Tottenham Hotspur.

Or not...

 By Nick Miller

Arsenal vs. Leicester, Man City vs. Tottenham: Five key questions

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol feels Leicester City have the upper hand against Arsenal.

Sunday sees the four sides that will contest the Premier League title race face each other, as Leicester visit Arsenal and Tottenham travel to play Manchester City. We look at what will decide these crucial games...

1. Will Leicester find it as easy to play Arsenal as they did Man City?

Arsene Wenger has a reputation for not really adapting his tactics to counter different opposition teams, the arch aesthete who prefers to concentrate on his own team's strengths rather than his opponents' weaknesses....

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: LVG 'disappointed,' Jerome Valcke banned 12 years

The FC crew discuss Manchester United's potential record-breaking profits, but recent failure to bring in top talent.

Here are the top stories from Friday:

MAN UNITEDLouis van Gaal directed questions to the boardroom when asked if he believes he can remain manager of Manchester United next season, a day after saying both he and Manchester United's ownership are "disappointed" by results this season.

- Van Gaal also piled pressure on Leicester City and Tottenham, claiming there will come a time when the inexperienced title-challengers "have to win."

- United suffered a triple injury blow with Phil Jones,...