It was a rollercoaster weekend at Etihad as Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur locked horns in a fiery Premier League clash, MySportDab reports.
The two sides went into the game looking for their first win following a winless streak hence the stage was set for a engaging encounter.
While Tottenham have been on a free fall with three consecutive defeats since their 10-match unbeaten start to the campaign City were also looking for their first win in three games after drawing Chelsea and Liverpool.
The game started with Heung-min Son giving Tottenham the lead just six minutes into action.
After conceding against the run of play, City fought back immediately to level terms through Julian Alvarez’s freekick which was mistakenly deflected into goal by Son Heung-min.
The quickfire goals scored within three minutes set the stage for a more engaging encounter with over an hour left to play.
Before the first half break, Manchester City scurried into the lead with Phil Foden’s goal thanks to a brilliant assist by Julian Alvarez.
In the second half, Tottenham fought back late in the 69th minute to make it 2-2 with Lo Celso ‘s goal.
With few minutes remaining into the game, Manchester City again took the lead with Jack Grealish’s strike in the 81st minute.
The Premier League champions edged close to a snapping all three points against the resilient Spurs side but were pegged back at the death with Kulusevski’s stoppage-time goal.
The match ended 3-3 after the final with both sides sharing the spoils.