Cristian Romero received a second yellow card after taking Jack Grealish’s legs from under him.
Tottenham pulled off their once-a-season win against Manchester City on Sunday evening, winning 1-0 and doing their bitter rivals Arsenal a huge favour.
Harry Kane grabbed the only goal of the game when a mistake from Manchester City handed the English man a chance to make history and didn’t spurn it.
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Kane is now Tottenham’s all-time scorer with 267 goals in all competitions and is now only one of three players to score 200 goals in the Premier League.
But it was a nervy last 20 minutes for Antonio Conte’s side, Romero got sent off for a second yellow card when he smashed into Grealish sending him flying forward.
ROMERO SEES RED 🟥
The Tottenham defender receives his second yellow for this foul on Jack Grealish pic.twitter.com/fqDKPByqso
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) February 5, 2023
Pep Guardiola’s side is now still five points behind Arsenal who still have a game in hand. Mikel Arteta dropped points to Everton yesterday but no harm no foul as City fail to capitalise.