"Last season it was offside, this time it was handball", the Manchester City manager said.
Mauricio Pochettino's side rarely looked like going on to win the match but they managed to keep City out despite some erratic goalkeeping from captain Hugo Lloris, who was making his 300th appearance for the club. We could do with a little more consistency, though.
The drama - and the bitter feeling of celebrating victory only to end up seeing it taken away - was all too familiar for City who had exited the Champions League in April to Spurs when they had a late would-be victor from Raheem Sterling ruled out by VAR.
"There was no penalty when the ball hit Andreas Christensen on the arm when Chelsea played Liverpool in midweek".
The Danish midfielder's current deal expires at the end of the 2019/20 campaign yet his coach doesn't yet know for sure if the player will still be at the club in September. "The VAR people must have been having a cup of coffee at that moment".
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He noted though that Walker-Peters was up against one of the best in the shape of Sterling.
"It's always more hard in a big game but we nearly totally dominated them". It was a very positive result for us, one point here.
City retook the lead before the interval, De Bruyne providing his second assist by laying a low cross on a plate for Sergio Aguero, but Spurs could expose defensive weaknesses in the champions even though they were mainly camped in their own half. "It was a misunderstanding".
"To be honest I thought it was a goal". "Emotions were running high".
"We played better today than the second best team in Europe". "We only conceded two shots against that team with the quality they have, they didn't create a lot".
"Spurs made it hard for us, and of course when you score what you think is a victor right at the end it is hard to take when it is disallowed".