MCI vs. TOT: In the last 14 years, Tottenham Hotspur have not won a major trophy

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MCI vs. TOT: In the last 14 years, Tottenham Hotspur have not won a major trophy

MCI vs. TOT: In the last 14 years, Tottenham Hotspur have not won a major trophy. Players to Watch, Match Officials, Preview, and Kickoff Time In 2008

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MCI vs. TOT: In the last 14 years, Tottenham Hotspur have not won a major trophy. Players to Watch, Match Officials, Preview, and Kickoff Time In 2008, they won the League Cup, their most recent trophy.

Over the years, Tottenham has been close to winning both the Premier League and the Champions League. In 2016–17, they were overwhelming favorites to win the Premier League, but Chelsea came out on top. Tottenham also lost to Liverpool in the UCL final in the 2018-19 season. At the moment, Tottenham is trying to get into the top four teams in the Premier League.

On the other hand, Manchester City is not doing well. Even when they aren’t playing their best, Pep’s team is second in the league. Manchester City is chasing Arsenal’s five-point lead at the top, so they can’t afford to lose. Pep will attempt to win the Premier League for the sixth time in his career.

People to Watch:

1. Manchester City’s Erling Haaland:

Nicolas Anelka scored 21 goals to win the Premier League Golden Boot in 2009. This season, Erling Haaland has scored 25 goals in 19 games. There is no doubt that the Norwegian striker will score the most goals. He is a prolific striker because of his lightning-fast pace and precise accuracy. Haaland has scored four hat tricks in the Premier League. If Manchester City wins against Tottenham Hotspurs, Erling Haaland will most likely score.

2. Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane:

Together with Son Heung-min, Tottenham’s main man. Erling Haaland is just one point behind Harry Kane in the race for the Golden Boot.

In 21 Premier League appearances, Kane has scored 16 goals. In 37 games last season, Kane scored 17 goals in the Premier League. This season, Kane is on track to score a lot of goals.

In his career, Harry Kane has struggled against Manchester City. He has only scored four goals against Manchester City in 14 games. However, Kane is one goal away from becoming Tottenham’s all-time leading scorer. The striker could make history if he scores against Manchester City.

Officials of the match:

Referee: Assistants to Andy Madley: Nick Hopton, Harry Lennard, and the fourth official: VAR: Graham Scott Assistant VAR for Paul Tierney: Time for the start, Simon Bennett: The match between Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur will begin today at 5:30 p.m. local time in Nigeria.

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