able to haul their way back into the game, tells you something about City. their way through the 90 minutes, only occasionally injecting the vim and verve for which they have become known in recent years.
In the end they were glad for a superbly taken Fernandinho goal to win the game. He replaced hamstring victim Yaya Toure at half- time and is set to resume his partnership with his pal Fernando at White Hart Lane next week in a crunch game.
A win in that one would secure City’s top four place and with home games against QPR and Southampton sandwiching a trip to Swansea, they should be favourites with United and Arsenal still
to face each