On De Bruyne brilliance, atrocious Alli, wonderful Walker, poor Pawson, and two sides on different levels.
Mauricio Pochettino thinks that Spurs gifted Man City a "massive present" for one of their goals.
Manchester City won their 16th consecutive Premier League match as they overcame Tottenham 4-1.
"They are right to complain," says Pochettino of players who want short-term success. Like Kyle Walker.
Goals, shots, chance creation, hold-up play and defensive contributions are all analysed.
To give credit where it's due, you have to say Tony Blair had an excellent taste in footballer.
Liverpool 'can f**k right off', but Degsy is still backing goals against Bournemouth. Lukaku will also bag.
In rude health last season, but limping their way through 2017/18. These are the drifting ones...
Everyone, including the two managers, is giddy for City v Spurs and the battle of the flying wing-backs...
"They don't expect the other ones, they want to make their own game," says a giddy Pep Guardiola...
David Silva's majesty, Burnley, Claude Puel, Newcastle and Liverpool's momentum...
"We're going to Manchester thinking we can win," says the Spurs boss. He's a happy bunny after three wins...
Serge Aurier and Son Heung-min were the scorers as Spurs beat Brighton 2-0 at Wembley.
There is a busy night of Premier League action ahead, and you can follow every kick here with us.
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