In this week's Sport Spotlight, we look back at the weekend's football action, where Manchester City conceded further ground in the Premier League title race to Chelsea, whilst Spurs striker Harry Kane scored two goals in a marvellous display in the North London Derby. We also examine the importance of England's 21-16 win over Wales in the opening match of this year's Six Nations.
Manchester City slip up once more in Premier League title race
Whilst league leaders Chelsea managed an impressive 2-1 win away to Aston Villa, the reigning champions could only salvage a 1-1 draw at home to Hull City. The result means that City have not won their last four games, with Manuel Pellegrini's side now seven points behind the Blues. With only 14 games of the season left, it seems that Chelsea's lead is now in all likelihood unassailable.
Harry Kane a future England star?
A pulsating North London derby saw Tottenham run out 2-1 winners over Arsenal, but after the game there was only one name on everyone's lips - Harry Kane. The 21-year-old striker has been in phenomenal form for Spurs this season, scoring 12 goals in 20 Premier League games. Still uncapped at international level, there will now be a lot of expectation for the young man from Enfield to replicate his heroics when donning the Three Lions shirt.
England banish Welsh demons in Cardiff
An injury-ravaged England side got their Six Nations campaign off to the best possible start with a 21-16 win over Wales in Cardiff. The result will go some way towards restoring the psychological wounds of a 30-3 humbling at the Millennium Stadium two years ago, as well as lay down a marker for England in the same year that they host the 2015 Rugby World Cup.