Manchester City vs Tottenham, LIVE (0-1 agg) – Champions League quarter-final second leg at Etihad Stadium
- Manchester City host Tottenham at Etihad Stadium tonight with KO at 8pm BST
- UK viewers can watch Man City vs Spurs live on BT Sport 2/4K UHD
- Tottenham have won only one game at Etihad Stadium in their last eight visits
Manchester City host Tottenham as they look to fight back from one-goal deficit in Champions League quarter-final second leg.
Mauricio Pochettinos’ men won the first leg of their clash with City after Hugo Lloris denied Sergio Aguero a goal from the penalty spot and Son Heung-min scored the only goal of the game in the 78th minute.
Pep Guardiola’s men will look to fight back as they continue to target the quadruple and will be encouraged by Spurs last eight visits to Etihad Stadium have resulted in seven losses.
Sportmail’s Sam McEvoy will provide live Champions League coverage of Manchester City vs Tottenham’s second leg including score, lineups and build up at Etihad Stadium.
💥 A moment of magic from Son 🙌@SpursOfficial's most important player tonight? #UCL pic.twitter.com/bR1C5KjPEf
LAST TIME OUT: Son Heung-min gives Spurs hope of Champions League upset after Harry Kane limps off with ankle injury and Sergio Aguero sees early penalty saved by Hugo Lloris
MARTIN SAMUEL: The only person at Tottenham who does not seem to miss Harry Kane is Son Heung-min.
Between January 14 and February 22 when Kane was injured, Son scored four goals in as many games. Since Kane has been back, going into this match, Son had scored just one in seven. And then Kane went off in the 55th minute. And Son scored the winner. Strange, isn’t it?
Not that this is the case for doing without Tottenham’s talismanic striker. If Kane’s injury is as serious as most observers believe, he might not play again this season. It is highly unlikely that he will make the return leg in Manchester next Wednesday. And that is a giant blow for Tottenham.
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Welcome to Sportsmail’s coverage of the Champions League where Manchester City take on Tottenham in the second leg of their quarter-final encounter.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men take a 1-0 aggregate lead to the Etihad tonight but the tie is far from over with Spurs only needing a draw to book their place in the semi-finals.
Stay with us throughout the evening for all the action as it happens – it promises to be a cracker.
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