Pep Guardiola Implies Tottenham Are A "One-Man Team"

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According to a story from the Metro, this weekend Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola took a subtle swipe at title rivals Tottenham by implying the team were overly-reliant on striker Harry Kane.

Both teams claimed victory this weekend – City beating Chelsea 1-0, and Spurs demolishing Huddersfield by four goals to none.

Unsurprisingly – to Guardiola at least – Kane scored twice in the first half, his 12th and 13th goals in September.

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Guardiola said: 'Chelsea won 13 games in a row last season. They were unbeatable, they won the league. It's not easy.'

He continued, 'Of course this season they play in Europe. It's a little more complicated for all the teams. 'We have United [and] the Harry Kane team who scores every game two or three goals.'

Man City and Spurs will next play each other on December 16th. Let's see if Guardiola will have found a way to deal with Kane by then...