Full-time: Manchester City 2-2 Tottenham
- Heung-Min Son seals a share of the spoils for Spurs just one minute after Raheem Sterling is denied a penalty following an obvious push from last man Kyle Walker
- After an impressive first half in which they dominated without scoring, City finally take the lead when a botched headed clearance from Hugo Lloris allows Leroy Sane to tap into an empty net
- A dreadful second blunder from Lloris then results in Kevin De Bruyne doubling the advantage
- Tottenham hit back when Dele Alli heads home Walker's cross from close range for his ninth goal in 10 matches
- Brazilian debutant Gabriel Jesus provides an impressive cameo and sees a goal ruled out for offside
- Toby Alderweireld could join Jan Vertonghen in the treatment room after limping off with a hamstring injury
- City remain fifth and two points ahead of Manchester United, while Spurs, who had won each of their last six games, stay in second after Liverpool's shock defeat to Swansea
- Leaders Chelsea host Hull City tomorrow, while fourth-place Arsenal entertain Burnley
- Earlier: Liverpool 2-3 Swansea, Wayne Rooney breaks Manchester United's all-time scoring record with terrific last-gasp equaliser at Stoke
What a weekend so far for Antonio Conte and Chelsea, with this draw between two title rivals adding to Liverpool's shock lunchtime defeat.
We will be back tomorrow to bring you live coverage of the leaders as they look to avoid falling victim to a similar upset against relegation-threatened Hull City at Stamford Bridge.
Arsenal vs Burnley is first up from 14.15 GMT. Hope you can join us then.
Goodbye for now.
Manchester City 2-2 Tottenham
Lloris holds a hopeful cross and Walker goes down with a touch of cramp. An exciting game is petering out into a draw.
De Bruyne proves too quick for Dier, but Wanyama is able to deflect his near-post cross off intended target Delph.
Four minutes of added time signalled by the fourth official. Is there a late twist to come?
Guardiola's final change sees Fabian Delph replace Silva. Stones also came on for Clichy a little earlier.
Guardiola sank to his knees in frustration after that goal was chalked off. What a lift that would have been for everyone at City.
Jesus wheels away in ecstasy after turning home De Bruyne's diagonal ball at the back post. However, his celebrations are cruelly but rightly cut short by the offside flag.
What an eventful introduction.
An instant impact from Jesus, whose dangerous cutback just evades Sane. He then heads De Bruyne's cross onto the roof of the net.
City send on 19-year-old Jesus in place of Sterling. Time for some divine intervention, perhaps?
I'll get my coat...
Guardiola's fury will be exacerbated tenfold after Tottenham grab an equaliser just 67 seconds after that controversial Sterling miss.
Kane cleverly flicks Christian Eriksen's low pass into the path of Son, who sweeps his shot beyond Bravo and into the far corner.
Goal: Manchester City 2-2 Tottenham (Heung-Min Son)
Sterling is sent scampering free beyond the Spurs defence but provides an insipid finish after a clear push to the back from Walker that knocks him off balance.
Guardiola is apoplectic with rage. That should surely have been a penalty and a red card.
Winks sweeps a pass out for Rose, who drives a disappointing effort well wide and quickly apologises to his teammates.
Guardiola shows his frustration on the touchline after an uncharacteristically poor cross from De Bruyne is cut out by Wanyama. He should have pulled it back for Sane.
Jesus is warming up for City. Will we see him at some stage during this final 20 minutes?
A real worry here for Tottenham as Alderweireld limps off with an apparent hamstring injury. He is replaced by Harry Winks.
Pochettino surely cannot afford to be without both Alderweireld and Vertonghen during such a crucial stage of the season.
City had a half-hearted penalty claim waved away earlier when Sane went down under pressure from Dier.
This time they appeal more vociferously as Sterling is brought down by Rose, but replays show that was a fantastic last-ditch challenge from the Tottenham left-back.
Son has also avoided a booking for kicking the ball away.
Apparently you write Tottenham off at your peril. Alli heads home to reduce the deficit after a magnificent Walker cross deflects off Kolarov. That is his ninth goal in 10 matches.
It's another first chance conceded by Bravo, but in fairness there was very little he could do about that. Lloris is certainly leading the way in terms of blunders tonight.
Goal: Manchester City 2-1 Tottenham (Dele Alli)
City double their lead and it's another horrible moment for Lloris. The Spurs captain makes a complete hash of Sterling's cross and that allows De Bruyne to net from close range.
This is the least that Guardiola's men deserve, in truth. Wretched Tottenham have a real mountain to climb now.
Goal: Manchester City 2-0 Tottenham (Kevin De Bruyne)
A frustrated Alli shoves Otamendi to the ground to try and clear the way for a quick free-kick. Yellow card.
Finally City's pressure tells and they break the deadlock as a perfect long pass from De Bruyne picks out the excellent run of Sane.
Lloris races out to intervene but ends up heading the ball against the hand of the German international, who taps into an empty net.
Goal: Manchester City 1-0 Tottenham (Leroy Sane)