Tottenham Hotspur maintained their unbeaten start to the new Premier League campaign.
It wasn’t plain sailing for Spurs, who thought they had been condemned to a heartbreaking injury time defeat against Manchester City.
Substitute Gabriel Jesus netted in the 91st minute to send the Etihad Stadium into delirium, however it was short lived.
The goal was chalked off when a VAR review ruled that the ball had brushed against Aymeric Laporte’s arm from the corner which led to the goal.
After the match, Raheem Sterling took to Twitter and showed his class with an exchange with a supporter on the social networking platform.
A Spurs fan replied to the England international’s Tweet and admitted that City deserved to win the match in which they eventually had to settle for a point.
Sterling acknowledged the honesty of the Spurs supporter and signed off with a message about the return fixture in North London later in the season.
👍🏾 fair play bro. See you guys at your place
— Raheem Sterling (@sterling7) August 17, 2019
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