MADRID, 5 Feb. (EUROPA PRESS) -
Manchester City fell (1-0) this Sunday in their visit to Tottenham on matchday 22 of the Premier, missing out on the option of cutting the leader Arsenal in their fifth game without scoring at the 'Spurs' Stadium.
Pep Guardiola's team left London empty when they aspired to cut the deficit to two points with their head. City, with one more game, however remains five behind an Arsenal team that lost to Everton on Saturday.
The defending champion was seen behind after a quarter of an hour due to Harry Kane's goal, his 200th goal in the Premier League, the result of good local pressure when the rival ball came out. City had siege moments and a ball hit the crossbar from Mahrez before the break.
Julián Álvarez was also around the goal, more subject to Haaland by the local defense. In the last one, Rodrigo asked for a penalty from Lloris, but the three points were good for a Tottenham that is one point away from the Champions League zone. Guardiola's men, who have not yet scored in the new 'Spurs' stadium, fail at a bad time.
In addition, this Sunday he left the victory (1-0) of a Nottingham Forest that has gone five games without losing, against a Leeds that is close to the relegation zone. Brennan Johnson's goal after 14 minutes left the victory at the City Ground, along with the saves of Keylor Navas, debuting after his loan from PSG.
-Friday, February 3.
Chelsea - Fulham 0-0.
Everton - Arsenal 1-0
Aston Villa - Leicester 2-4.
Brentford - Southampton 3-0.
Brigthon - Bournemouth 1-0.
Manchester United - Crystal Palace 2-1.
Wolves - Liverpool 3-0.
Newcastle - West Ham 1-1.
Nottingham Forest - Leeds United 1-0.
Tottenham - Manchester City 1-0.