Manchester City's draw with Tottenham swung when referee Andre Marriner failed to award a penalty when Kyle Walker pushed Raheem Sterling in the back as he shaped to shoot.
DOMINIC KING AT THE ETIHAD STADIUM: It was a season in one minute: hope, bewilderment, fury, disappointment. Pep Guardiola experienced a range of emotions at a lead slipped away for City.
With the game finely poised at 2-1 to City, Sterling had the chance to secure victory for his side when he raced clear on goal, only to scuff his shot following a clear push in the back from Walker.
Manchester City and Tottenham played out an enthralling 2-2 draw at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday evening. Sportsmail rates both sets of players from the encounter.
It was only a flick, the slightest touch to roll the ball around the corner into the path of his teammate. It was also probably Harry Kane’s only meaningful contribution to the entire match.
It was a season in one minute: hope, bewilderment, fury, disappointment. From a position of authority came another combustion and, in all probability, the end of a dream.
Manchester City took the lead through two errors but Spurs worked their way back into the game, and by the end it could have quite easily gone either way for two sides challenging for the top four.
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Mauricio Pochettino thinks Tottenham are a bigger club than Manchester City but do they have the players to back it up? Here, Sportsmail provides a combined XI.
Christian Eriksen believes Tottenham are stronger than they were last season and that 'exciting times' lie ahead for the Premier League challengers, who sit second in the league table behind Chelsea.
Robbie Keane is considering offers from the United States, Australia and England but is expected to sign for a Championship club next week.
A dance, a stance, a jump, a knee slide, arms out, different shapes with their hands, sometimes using props, the goal celebrations options are seemingly endless.