Tottenham forward Harry Kane scored double to sink Manchester City, leaders of the Premier League, 3-2 on Liverpool renewed their title bid 3-1 on Saturday win over last- placed Norwich.
of the city lead in high and down to six points after a pulsating afternoon that could act as a seismic shift in that of the Premier League battle for supremacy. by Pep Guardiola side they were 12 points clear of second placed Liverpool just a few weeks ago.
But that of Jurgen Klopp men now they are hot on their heels, holding on to game in hand to potentially narrow the gap just three points And set the stage for a dramatic season finale.
Adding to City’s pain was Kane who blew the title fight wide open after the sample failed with four offers a sign he in the end of the season.
Besides, it was again Tottenham who inflicted a bitter defeat on City back in August, with Saturday’s defeat marks Guardiola’s third time men suffered defeat in this season.
“Tottenham have a lot of quality, them give the ball to Harry Kane. I really am good up in front, said Guardiola.
“We had a chance. We weren’t able to defend their crosses. We didn’t have the momentum.
“We didn’t need miss a game to know how hard it’s at win the league). There are many games still play. “
Tottenham had lost theirs last three gamesma have snatched the lead in in the fourth minute when Dejan Kulusevski scored his first start with a cool finish after Kane and Son Heung-min excavated the city defense.
City balanced in the 33rd minute thanks to latest mistake from Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris, who overthrew the cross of Raheem Sterling for Ilkay Gündoğan converts.
by Antonio Conte team left in ahead after 59 minutes when England captain Kane timed his run perfectly a finish Son cross.
The city seemed to have gotten along out of jail in the 90th minute of Riyad Mahrez penalty awarded after Cristian Romero blocked Bernardo Silva’s shot with his hands.
But Kane hit again with a header from Kulusevski’s cross in depth in recovery time, delivering the City first the defeat in 16 league games dating back at 2-0 home lost against Crystal Palace on October 30.
Salah scores 150th Liverpool goal
At Anfield, Norwich took a shock lead when Milot Rashica’s shot is deflected in off Joel Matip three minutes from the start second half.
But that of Liverpool deadly duo of Sadio Mane and Salah shot the game around with two goals in the space of three minutes.
Mane produced an amazing stunt finish to meet the header in loop by Kostas Tsimikas.
Salah then ran up goalkeeper The long brilliant by Alisson Becker with rounded angus Gunn e left two Norwich defenders on the floor become the second faster player to 150 Liverpool goals behind Roger Hunt.
Diaz therefore produced a skillful finish or of his two strike comrades would have been proud of to lift the ball over Gunn by Jordan Henderson defense split pass.
“No problem with complicated, that makes it so special when you win”said Klopp of The return of Liverpool.
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Chelsea’s 1-0 win at Crystal Palace may have come too late to give the via to a title challenge.
However, they solidified theirs place in the first four classified as Hakim Ziyech home Marcos Alonso’s cross with one minute left.
Arsenal switched to hunting for the fourth and final Champions League place as Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka struck to see off Brentford 2-1.
The gunners took the lead when Smith Rowe shot in the distance corner two minutes in second half.
Saka then scored in a brilliant effort in off the post 11 minutes from the end Christian Norgaard netted in stopping time.
The West Ham offer for the first four took other hit since they took place 1-1 to home of Newcastle.
Craig Dawson directed David Moyes men in up front, but Joe Willock secured another vital point in of Newcastle battle to avoid relegation.
Burnley made sure just a second win of season with a 3-0 win in Brighton.
Watford has secured a first success under Roy Hodgson while Emmanuel Dennis scored the only one goal in a 1-0 win in Aston Villa home.
Everton are watching nervously over their backs after being beaten 2-0 at Southampton.