Kane slotted home after quarter of an hour to break the deadlock and move past Jimmy Greaves as Spurs' all-time leading marksman, having gone level with the late forward against Fulham two weeks ago. It proved enough to keep up Tottenham's excellent record against City, who could have gone within two points of leaders Arsenal following their defeat at Everton on Saturday. Fifth-placed Spurs instead claimed a third victory from their last four matches against Pep Guardiola's side despite Cristian Romero's late red card to aid the recovery of absent manager Antonio Conte, who is still in Italy after having his gallbladder removed on Wednesday.
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Harry Kane broke Tottenham's all-time scoring record with a goal — his 267th for the club — that will have been celebrated almost as jubilantly by the other team in north London. The England captain's milestone strike earned Tottenham a 1-0 win Sunday over Manchester City, which was looking for a victory to trim the gap to Premier League leader Arsenal to two points. In the end, Arsenal wasn't punished for losing 1-0 at Everton on Saturday — and maybe that's no surprise. After all, City now hasn