• Tottenham end Manchester City's undefeated start to the season.
  • Aleksander Kolarov own goal and Dele Alli effort put home side ahead before half-time.
  • Spurs enjoying their best ever start to a Premier League season.
  • They sit just a point off the top of the table after seven games.

Superb from Spurs. Without Harry Kane and Mousa Dembele, Mauricio Pochettino's side have ended Pep Guardiola's undefeated streak as Manchester City manager. Four of five Spurs players have been candidates for man of the match today, they were that good. They move to within a point of the summit of the Premier League.


FULL-TIME: Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Manchester City


City poke their way through with neat, one touch passing and it eventually finds Aguero inside the box, but his tame effort is easily collected.


Four minutes of time added on here.


Vincent Janssen now enters the fray to replace Son, who again been brilliant today.


There's been some fantastic defending from Vertonghen and Alderweireld in the past few moments. Each man has thrown there body in the way of a shot to keep Tottenham's two goal advantage intact.


And here's another late one for City, Leroy Sane comes onto replace Sterling.


Here comes another change for Spurs, Georges-Kevin Nkoudou comes onto replace Alli.


Iheanacho makes a fine run into the box and is picked out by Fernandinho but the teenager trips over his own feet just as he is about to pull the trigger.


City are piling on the pressure. A slick move frees Aguero inside the box and his low drive deflects up, forcing Lloris to react quickly to palm it over the bar.


Just under 15 minutes remaining at White Hart Lane and this game is still being played at a frenetic pace. City have the firepower to get themselves back into this, but they still can't break the home side down.


Iheancho denied! Silva slides a fine ball down the inside left channel for the sub but Lloris gets down quickly to made a good block.


Here's a change for Spurs, Eric Dier comes onto replace Sissoko.


Sterling drifts inside and having found an extra yard, takes the shot on. It's an easy one for Lloris, however.


Guardiola responds to that penalty save by throwing on Kelechi Iheanacho for Navas. As play continues, Rose lets out a yelp as Sterling catches him. It's a late challenge, and there are a few very nervous seconds for City with their player already on a yellow card. In the end, he gets away with it.


SAVED! Lamela hits it to his right but Bravo reads it brilliantly, batting the ball away.


Kolarov comes into intercept Alli inside the box but the Spurs midfielder gets to the ball before anyone else, where he is clattered into by Fernandinho. There is no doubt there, clear penalty.


PENALTY - Tottenham


Jesus Navas cuts inside Walker and attempts an ambitious curling effort, but it sails well wide.


Another high press sees Tottenham pick the ball off City from just outside the area. Eriksen looks tempted to try and chip Bravo but his effort sails safely into the goalkeeper's arms.


Raheem Sterling picks up a yellow card after he is judged to have body checked Rose. Moments ago, the two were involved in a similar incident where Rose had his arm on the City forward's shoulder on the edge of the box, sending him sprawling to the floor. Nothing was given on that occasion.


Here comes City's first sub of the afternoon, Ilkay Gundogan will replace Fernando.


City have a corner out on the right and they try to work something a bit special, dinking a ball over for Fernandinho to meet on the volley from the edge of the box. He gets it all wrong, however, firing wildly over the bar.


City hit the bar! From a very tight angle, Aguero has no alternative to take the shot on. It;s straight at Lloris but the ball comes off him and hits the underside of the cross bar and Rose can head behind for a corner.