The Telegraph report that the scenes were caught on CCTV, and that the matter could be referred to Greater Manchester Police.
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.
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