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Phew what a comeback. Before half time, the commentators were commentating and saying that man city were out of it, and wondering how many more tottenham would score. Come end of the break, man city com out flying, and win in the dying minutes. Didn't expect it, especially as man city lost 2 players in the 1st half inc Anelka, but

WELL DONE!!

Was a brill match to watch!
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Phew what a comeback. Before half time, the commentators were commentating and saying that man city were out of it, and wondering how many more tottenham would score. Come end of the break, man city com out flying, and win in the dying minutes. Didn't expect it, especially as man city lost 2 players in the 1st half inc Anelka, but

WELL DONE!!

Was a brill match to watch!
It was incredible, I was watching it with a huge tottenham fan, what a brilliant game!
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YOU'RE JOKING!!!

I left the match in the 55th minute (couldn't help it, my mum had to record something) with Spurs 3-1 up and the City keeper having to make a double save. I thought it was well over, 3-0 at half time looked pretty solid to me, and with Joey Barton sent off too. How could City possibly recover and win?!?!

This will change their whole season, I'm sure. But I have been genuinely shocked, and nothing at all shocks me. Oh well, it's a derby is it, bring it on!
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Whoops, missed out man city having a man sent off at half time too. The match and comeback was incredible, and the goals were too. The man city goalie made some great saves!
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YOU'RE JOKING!!!

I left the match in the 55th minute (couldn't help it, my mum had to record something) with Spurs 3-1 up and the City keeper having to make a double save. I thought it was well over, 3-0 at half time looked pretty solid to me, and with Joey Barton sent off too. How could City possibly recover and win?!?!

This will change their whole season, I'm sure. But I have been genuinely shocked, and nothing at all shocks me. Oh well, it's a derby is it, bring it on!
One word, Keegan!!!!!!!!
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One word, Keegan!!!!!!!!
But how?! Keegan's a coward! How did he spur (oops!) his team on to do that? And with Anelka injured, and down one man in central midfield :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused:

Stupid mum with her Asian TV, I wanted to see that!!! That's the Cup for you. Maybe if I take tomorrow off ill as well I can see it.
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But how?! Keegan's a coward! How did he spur (oops!) his team on to do that? And with Anelka injured, and down one man in central midfield :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused:

Stupid mum with her Asian TV, I wanted to see that!!! That's the Cup for you. Maybe if I take tomorrow off ill as well I can see it.
If not, just record it. It's definitely a game to watch
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oh dear, spurs, oh dear...

hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahh ahahahahahaha!!!!

oh, it's funny things like this that keep you going.
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If not, just record it. It's definitely a game to watch
No kidding! What a talking point it's going to be tomorrow... and I won't be there
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One word, Keegan!!!!!!!!
Long live King Kev, he just hates defenders - great.

Unfortunately, I think he is best remembered for his outburst live on Sky. 'I'll love it, love it if we beat them!'
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Long live King Kev, he just hates defenders - great.

Unfortunately, I think he is best remembered for his outburst live on Sky. 'I'll love it, love it if we beat them!'
Mwahahahaaaah! Yes Fergie!
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Mwahahahaaaah! Yes Fergie!
He's the man when it comes to mind games. Keegan does often use rather bizarre tactics, like in Euro 2000, England vs. Romania. England are winning and he brings on a striker for a midfielder.
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Oh my god, a a manchester derby!
Bring it on!!!!
Blue till I die!
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mwahhhhhh spurs are sht. Robbie Keane was mouthing 'piece of piss' at half time - ha!
On another note, anyone notice that as soon as citeh were 2-0 down Anelka just walked off - what a walker!
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No kidding! What a talking point it's going to be tomorrow... and I won't be there
There weren't any night highlights?
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Even though Man City were 3-0 down with just 40 minutes gone, I had this weird feeling that something spectacular was going to happen. Obviously, I didn't think at the time that Man City were going to win 4-3 since Tottenham proved to be too strong, were playing at home and looked the more likely team to score the next goal. But once Man City clawed it back to 3-2, I was pretty sure Tottenham would crack and not win it.

Normally, if the highlights seem to last longer than usual (ie.showing more incidents or chances on goal etc...), I would assume that something spectacular occurs in the second half. However, if the first half of highlights seem to finish quickly, then I know I'm in for a boring match.
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mwahhhhhh spurs are sht. Robbie Keane was mouthing 'piece of piss' at half time - ha!
On another note, anyone notice that as soon as citeh were 2-0 down Anelka just walked off - what a walker!
Anelka had injured his groin. I've had a groin strain before, and it's extrememly tough to play footie with it. He knew he wouldn't be able to play properly, so he went off.
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Anelka had injured his groin. I've had a groin strain before, and it's extrememly tough to play footie with it. He knew he wouldn't be able to play properly, so he went off.
Should ask me to kiss it better

And I won't watch the highlights knowing Sky will rerun it tomorrow.
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