Goal Galore! Tottenham 2-3 Southampton
And just like that, Southampton are ahead!
Spurs concede twice in a matter of minutes, with Elyounoussi scoring the first in the 79th minute.
Spurs Ahead! Tottenham 2-1 Southampton
Son gives Spurs the lead as they go ahead 2-1 against Southampton.
Great work from Kane and Lucas in the build-up, with the latter teeing up Son for the goal.
Goal – Man City 2-0 Brentford
A horrible, horrible mistake from Raya, who passes it straight to Sterling!
The Brentford goalkeeper makes the initial save, but he’s helpless as De Bruyne pounces to make it 2-0.
GOAL – Man City 1-0 Brentford
Mahrez from the spot!
A perfect penalty from the Algerian, who rockets a shot straight into the top-right corner. Absolutely no chance of saving that.
The goal comes after Sterling is brought down in the box, and Manchester City have made the most of their chance as they lead 1-0 after 40 minutes
Saints with the response! Tottenham 1-1 Southampton
Make that 1-1 in Spurs’ clash with Southampton! Just five minutes after conceding, Southampton have equalized on a goal from Broja. Davies’ slip while attempting to clear opened it all up for Southampton, with Broja finishing off Perraud’s cross to make it 1-1.
Goal for Spurs! Tottenham 1-0 Southampton
It’s an own goal for Southampton as Spurs take the lead in the 18th minute.
Hojberg’s cross towards Son is deflected in by Bednarek, leaving Forster no chance as Tottenham go up 1-0.
Tottenham have the ball in the back of the net against Saints as Cristian Romero heads home off a free kick. But the linesman’s flag is up and after viewing a replay, the decision was a correct one.
Kickoff in Manchester and London as the midweek action begins!
Welcome to our coverage of the midweek Premier League games. Manchester City takes on Brentford, while Spurs face-off with the Saints!
Manchester City make five changes to the side that beat Fulham in the FA Cup on Saturday.
The big news for Brentford is that striker Ivan Toney misses out in three changes to the side that were beaten by Everton.
Tottenham vs Southampton