Tottenham were lucky to leave the Etihad Stadium with a point despite gifting Manchester City their two goals. So, in such a strange team performance, how did the visitors do individually?
Hugo Lloris, 4
Saved brilliantly from David Silva in the first half. But two uncharacteristic errors from the usually unflappable Frenchman should have cost Spurs the game.
Eric Dier, 6
Caught out a few times by City’s pressing game early on, not helped by having to switch position twice. Grew into the contest, notably stepping up a level when Toby Alderweireld limped off.
Toby Alderweireld, 7
Tottenham’s best defender on the day. Made a crucial tackle to prevent a certain Pablo Zabaleta goal, and ushered Sergio Aguero out wide when he was through.
Kevin Wimmer, 4
Looked out of his depth from the start, picking up a needless yellow card after overplaying at the back. Substituted at half time.
Kyle Walker, 6
Lucky not to see red for a push on Raheem Sterling at 2-1 — it ended up keeping Tottenham in the game. His accurate cross was headed home by Dele Alli for the leveller.
Victor Wanyama, 7
City exploited the gaps in behind him, but his strength and clever positioning were vital as Spurs hung on. Looked equally adept when deployed as a centre back.
Mousa Dembele, 6
Got his team up the pitch with some fine dribbling but overran it more than once. Quiet in the second half and was eventually subbed.
Danny Rose, 6
A real mixed bag. Displayed his usual tenacity and put in a superb tackle to stop City going further ahead. His passing was sloppy, though, and his crossing was inconsistent.
Christian Eriksen, 5
Barely involved until playing his part in Tottenham’s best move of the match, which resulted in the equaliser. He’ll perhaps feel he should have made a bigger impact elsewhere.
Dele Alli, 6
Involved only a bit more than Eriksen, but it was his goal that put Spurs back in with a chance. He’s becoming the club’s talisman.
Harry Kane, 6
Reminiscent of his tepid performance at Old Trafford last month, but this time Kane popped up with a lovely flicked pass to set up the equaliser.
Heung-Min Son, 6
I’d forgotten he was on the pitch until he scored. Took his goal brilliantly considering the pressure he was under.
Harry Winks, 6
Replaced Alderweireld on 65 minutes. Kept his head without doing much of note.
Moussa Sissoko, N/A
Played just 12 minutes plus stoppage time. Tried to get at City but Tottenham were pinned back.