Well, how important could this result be in the landscape of this entire season?
Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City played out a thoroughly enjoyable affair at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Tuesday, and it was the hosts who grabbed a vital 1-0 victory thanks to the impressive Son Heung-min.
It was the Champions League debut for the new stadium, Spurs put on a real spectacle to introduce the occasion. Lights and music were blaring, on what was a historic night for the club.
I'm physically attracted to the new Spurs stadium— Joe (@0114joe) April 9, 2019
Early in the first half, the Video Assistant Referee awarded City a controversial penalty after Danny Rose was judged to have handled the ball. Fortunately for Spurs, Sergio Aguero's effort was kept out by Hugo Lloris.
Most in the stadium were left utterly dumbfounded at the decision, and fans online were equally as shocked.
Absolute farce what an embarrassment VAR is!— Ewen Galliegbsct (@EwenGallie) April 9, 2019
If this is what we have to look forward to with VAR, just forget it— Rummaz (@thefamedone) April 9, 2019
He was carried straight down the tunnel, and fans are clearly not confident that Fernando Llorente will be able to help them cope with Kane's absence.
That looks like kane is out for the season. He needs to stop going in for those challenges— AB (@manlikeashdxb) April 9, 2019
seeing kane limp into the dressing room pic.twitter.com/T5Whkb390Y— lauren (@harrykcne) April 9, 2019
However, it was not all bad for Spurs, who grabbed a crucial victory thanks to Son's powerful strike deep into the second half. City's stroll to the quadruple now seems a little uncertain, and fans were incredibly happy to see the wheels on the City juggernaut get stuck.
City can't win the quadruple, best they lose now. Just for one night I'm rooting for Spurs, you should too— Mod (@CFCMod_) April 9, 2019
And we have not even met Juventus, that was spurs— Mr City (@geniusKDB) April 9, 2019
Would be funny after all this walking around about a QUADRUPLE SEASON if City just ended up with a League Cup— Men in Blazers (@MenInBlazers) April 9, 2019
City have only played two top teams in cups this year... Chelsea and Spurs. Scored in neither. Pathetic. Even got a pen and missed it. Quadruple? Disgusting— Mikey (@Mike94246934) April 9, 2019