Son Heung-min’s late goal gave Tottenham a vital and merited favorable position over Manchester City in a loud Champions League quarter-last first leg.
In a singing environment in their immense new arena, Spurs conquered the loss of Harry Kane to a genuine looking lower leg damage – continued when he tested Fabian Delph in the second half.
Also, they made the achievement with 12 minutes left as Son wandered aimlessly on the byeline before shooting low past Ederson.
Goads had endure the concession of an early punishment, granted on a pitchside video audit by the arbitrator after Danny Rose was made a decision to have dealt with Raheem Sterling’s shot. Sergio Aguero ventured up, yet attendant Hugo Lloris spared.
Manchester City were never taking care of business and should now topple this tight shortage at Etihad Stadium on 17 April to keep alive their expectations of a noteworthy fourfold of Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup and League Cup.