Spurs, fourth in the table, trail leaders City by an mammoth 18 points and are effectively out of the title race but with the UEFA Champions League spots (top-four) up for grabs, the Lilywhites will not be lacking for motivation when they travel to Manchester.
"Kevin is one of the most talented players and you see how he runs without the ball", said the City manager.
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"The performance of Kevin de Bruyne, you can not imagine how good he plays with the ball, but he runs like a player in the Conference league - it is easier for the manager and the club".
"I don't think they can go unbeaten.They have done incredibly well with the run they have been on, but the Premier League is so hard, especially now with this Christmas period coming up".
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Connor Cashaw had game highs of 21 points and 12 rebounds and was 5 of 8 from three-point range for Rice (3-8). The Boilermakers (11-2) never trailed on the way to their first win in the series in almost two decades.
"We were never going to come here and play a different way to how we normally play, so, we tried, we tried to force the opener, but they were better".
After Spurs rallied in the second half, De Bruyne carried the game beyond them, rifling home a left-foot shot in the 70th minute and sparking the move that culminated in Sane teeing up Sterling for a tap-in. "I think in previous years it has been two teams and you went in knowing you would win most of the other games".
It was a measure of City's desire to completely overwhelm opponents that Christian Eriksen's stoppage-time consolation for Tottenham was a significant irritation for the hosts. We can't assess individual performances. "They deserved the victory completely".
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