Tottenham winger Dejan Kulusevski’s 90th-minute header denied Manchester City victory in a breathless six-goal thriller at Etihad Stadium.
City thought they had won it nine minutes from time when Jack Grealish turned home Erling Haaland’s cross for his first goal since April.
But Tottenham snatched a point in a match that ended in controversy as referee Simon Hooper blew for a foul on Erling Haaland, who had already shrugged off the effects of Emerson Royal’s tackle and chipped a pass to Grealish which seemed to set the England man clear.
Haaland was still complaining long after the final whistle and responded to something said from the Tottenham bench before furiously marching down the tunnel.
It was fitting both sides got something out of the game given how entertaining it had been.
Tottenham led early through Son Heung-min, only for the Tottenham skipper to divert Julian Alvarez’s cross into his own net three minutes later.
Phil Foden finished off a slick City attack to put the hosts in front at the break.
Giovani Lo Celso pulled Tottenham level with an excellent curling effort from the edge of the area midway through the second half, but Yves Bissouma was soon punished for losing possession close to the Spurs area.
Foden fed Haaland, who delivered the low cross for Grealish to convert.
Kulusevski’s late intervention ensured Tottenham avoided a fourth successive Premier League defeat, with Ange Postecoglou’s side fifth on 27 points, three behind champions City, who drop to third.