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No Need for Man City to Worry, Despite Defensive Horror Show Against Tottenham

It's the first test of Manchester City's season. Two games in four days have seen them take a point from Celtic in the Champions League and lose their unbeaten record after a 2-0 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur. On both occasions, City were harried and pressed out of their stride, unable to assert their usual game. Any concerns that City have been found out are premature, though.
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