Manchester City moved within a whisker of the Premier League title in fine style after a deserved victory over Tottenham Hotspur.
Gabriel Jesus, Ilkay Gundogan and Raheem Sterling provided the goals in a 3-1 win, meaning they will be crowned champions if Manchester United fail to beat West Brom on Sunday.
With plenty of action on the pitch, Sportsmail kept an eye on things around the game that you may have missed.
Sky Bet dig out Harry Kane over Stoke ‘goal’
The whole world and his dog is poking fun at Harry Kane for supposedly ‘stealing’ a goal from his team-mate Christian Eriksen despite Mauricio Pochettino confirming his star striker had been hurt by the reaction.
Even the sterile world of Sky Bet got in on the action as they added quotation marks to the statistic that both Kane and Gabriel Jesus scored in their last match.
Obviously in reference to the dubious decision to award Kane a goal for making the slightest of touches on Christian Eriksen’s free-kick, it was the best of many average pops at the England international.
Sky Bet add quotation marks to underline their doubt that Harry Kane scored against Stoke
A close shave for Harry
Vincent Kompany probably isn’t looking forward to facing Kane at the World Cup this summer, and the Manchester City defender came within an inch of making sure he wouldn’t have to.
Kompany stretching for the ball, came extremely close to inflicting a rather nasty injury on Kane.
Luckily for both — Kompany probably would have been sent off — they narrowly missed each other.
Vincent Kompany’s boot comes within an inch of inflicting potential serious damage on Kane
Where’d you go, Hugo?
Tottenham fans have had to listen to people saying Hugo Lloris was too good for them for years. Even the man himself has publicly suggested he would leave if they did not start to win things.
But the goalkeeper, widely regarded as one of the best in the world, has been far from his best this season with his latest mistake becoming the sixth that has cost Tottenham a goal this season.
Lloris rushed out to tackle Sterling but got nowhere near the ball. Although it was slightly outside the box, Manchester City were given a penalty and Ilkay Gundogan stepped up to convert it.
Only Petr Cech (7) has made more mistakes across the top six goalkeepers.
|Hugo Lloris||Tottenham Hotspur||38||6|
|David de Gea||Manchester United||38||0|
Lost in translation
Two Tottenham fans continued the trend of turning up with a sign asking for their favourite player’s shirt, but it seems their efforts to speak to Jan Vertonghen in his native language was harder than they anticipated.
The sign read in Dutch: ‘Jan Vertonghen – Mag ik aub jouw shirt. Thanks AXL.’
That translates roughly to: Jan Vertonghen – May I please your shirt. Thanks AXL.’
We hope the point got across.
The young Tottenham fans missed out Dutch word ‘hebben’ meaning ‘have’ on their sign
Stars of other sports come to Wembley
Ledley King was on hand to welcome National Hockey League star Jan Rutta to Tottenham’s temporary home and they swapped shirts pitch side before the match.
Rutta, a Czech professional for the Chicago Blackhawks, only made the move to NHL this season after nine years in the European game.
Motorsport driver Billy Monger was also presented to the crowd at half-time. The youngster hit headlines after having both of his legs amputated after a horror crash, but has since returned to single-seat racing. What an inspiration.
NFL Star Jan Rutta poses for a photo with Ledley King, ex-Tottenham player, before the match
King poses with motorsport driver Billy Monger at half time during the Premier League match