Man City back on top after beating Spurs
The only goal of the match came on five minutes, when Bernardo Silva’s lofted pass was headed across goal by Sergio Aguero for Foden to head home.
Spurs were a threat on the counter-attack, with Ederson twice denying Son Heung-min during the opening 45 minutes.
City’s best chance of the second half fell to Raheem Sterling but he was denied from point-blank range by Paulo Gazzaniga, while Ederson saved from Lucas Moura at the other end.
Following a 10th successive league win, City are one point clear of Liverpool, who travel to Cardiff City on Sunday, with both having played 34 matches.
Spurs remain in third on 67 points, with Arsenal, who also play on Sunday, one point behind.