- Kevin De Bruyne's actions against Tottenham has been taken up by Premier League broadcast partner Sky Sports
- The British news media outlet apologized on behalf of the Man City star after he was caught at the camera swearing at the referee
- Jose Mourinho's men humbled Pep Guardiola's side by in the entertaining fixture at north London
Kevin De Bruyne was heard swearing at linesman Darren Cann during Man City's loss to Tottenham and Sky Sports have apologized.
City were in search of an equalizer after Heung-Min Son gave Spurs the lead in the fifth minute with their first shot on target.
De Bruyne let his emotions get the better of him after he was picked from cameras on the sidelines yelling at the linesman with curse words.
The 29-year-old was attempting to take a quick corner kick with Riyad Mahrez and the space was quickly closed down by Steven Bergwijn.
Bergwijn's approached got De Bruyne angry as he raged at the linesman and said:
"Look where the line is!
"Look where the f***ing line is!"
Pep Guardiola's side thought they had equalized after Gabriel Jesus set up Aymeric Laporte with the finish but after a consultation for the VAR the referee ruled it as a handball from the Brazilian striker.
Giovanni Le Celso doubled the advantage for Tottenham 35 seconds after coming on as a substitute for Tanguy Ndombele.
It the second defeat for City this season and the Manchester club could be forced into the bottom half of the Premier League table after other matchday fixtures are concluded.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Tottenham Hotspur moved top of the Premier League as Jose Mourinho inflicted a painful defeat to Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City.
Goals from Heung Min Son and Giovani Lo Celso in either half of the game were enough to ensure Guardiola endured the worst start to a Premier League campaign in his managerial career.
In a game where Manchester City were slight favorites, they found themselves behind as early as the fifth minute when Son tucked home from a through ball by Tanguy Ndombele.
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