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Tottenham took the lead after just five minutes when Heung-min Son ran onto Tanguy Ndombele's through ball and found a way past Ederson. Man City were frustrated and Kevin De Bruyne emphasised that point when microphones picked up him laying into an official 15 minutes later.
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Want an ad-free experience? Subscribe to Independent Premium. City should have then levelled in a chaotic first 10 minutes as the ball fell kindly to Kevin De Bruyne 10 yards out, but his sweeping, goal-bound effort was bizarrely blocked by his own team-mate Gabriel Jesus in the six-yard box as he lay on the floor.
VAR then came to Spurs' rescue as Aymeric Laporte slammed home from 12 yards after Jesus had squared, but the Brazilian was adjudged to have handled as he controlled the ball in the build-up.
Spurs embodied a vintage Mourinho in the first half - all 11 players' had average positions in their own half, while City had 68 per cent possession and 10 shots on goal to Spurs' one.
Spurs' approach took energy, and they began to retreat further in the opening stages of the second half as City moved up a gear, but despite De Bruyne's best efforts with two low shots at goal, the hosts stood firm.
And it was smash-and-grab again for their second with Kane, described by Gary Neville on commentary as having "a bit of Zinedine Zidane in him" when receiving the ball, registered his ninth assist of the season.
Receiving the ball on halfway, Kane turned and burst forward, slipping in Lo Celso on the left of the box, and Ederson's premature rush out again enticed the Argentinian to slot through his legs.
City have lost all three games without scoring at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and though they dominated possession, an inferiority complex kicked in as Spurs kept their clean sheet.
They began to look leggy as Spurs saw out the game superbly - the visitors did come closest as Hugo Lloris beat away De Bruyne's header from close range, but Kane held the ball up superbly as game management took over.
Steven Bergwijn started for Spurs for only the second time this season in place of Gareth Bale, while Serge Aurier replaced Matt Doherty, who is self-isolating after contracting covid.
Now unbeaten in eight Premier League games, Mourinho's Spurs look genuine contenders in a season where defensive solidity could prosper, an approach that has won him three Premier League titles.
But days after signing a new deal at City until , Guardiola will be alarmed at how his defence could be split open with two meaningful attacks, as they sit eight points off the pace.
Sound the klaxon: Jose Mourinho masterclass. The intensity is down and City aren't strangling teams like they used to.
Many onlookers are putting it down to the lack of pre-season factor, but it may run deeper than just that. So, what is to blame? The answer may be found in their attacking metrics, which have nosedived this season.
A return of just 10 goals from their seven matches, they had scored 27 this time last season, tells most of the story but are they just missing chances?
The answer is a big fat no. The underlying numbers paint a dim picture of City's chance creation rate compared to the vintage years. A return of 17 points from their eight games is perfectly aligned with their performance metrics.
Guardiola and Messi together again was always thought to be the end-game of the City hierarchy. Guardiola had a response ready.
Mourinho then sent on Lo Celso for the very impressive Ndombele, who looked disappointed to be brought off the pitch. But less than a minute later the Argentine had made his impact and slotted the ball again through Ederson's legs to score.
Kane was once again instrumental for the hosts, turning brilliantly from midfield and setting up Lo Celso to finish coolly.
Honours were even when Sterling was left out of the starting line-up but brought on with 20 minutes to go.
By then, the row was an afterthought. Mourinho and Guardiola had clasped hands and hugged on the touchline before the game.
The phoney war was over. City dominated early possession but five minutes into the game, Tanguy Ndombele picked up the ball in midfield and drifted a simple ball to the edge of the City box.
Somehow, Son was allowed to run on to it unchallenged. He controlled it with one touch and slid it past Ederson. It was a good goal but it was way, way too easily done.
Five minutes later, City nearly equalised. Gabriel Jesus danced through the Tottenham defence and made enough space to shoot but he was denied by a superb block from Alderweireld.
To add insult to injury, Jesus was flagged offside. City thought they had drawn level midway through the half when Aymeric Laporte drilled home a sidefooted shot from 10 yards but it was correctly ruled out by VAR and on-field referee Mike Dean when replays showed Jesus had controlled the ball with the help of his arm in the build-up.
But it was yet more frustration for De Bruyne, who could not stop the goal nor initiate a response from his City team-mates. The only blemish on the evening for Spurs was a suspected groin injury suffered by Toby Alderweireld in the latter stages.
It was a danger sign for Spurs, though. City seemed to have recovered their poise. City had most of the ball.
But they did not present the Spurs defence with enough problems. Too many of their forwards seem to have lost their mojo.
Bernardo Silva and Riyad Mahrez always wanted one touch too many. Jesus is a fine player but he is not as ruthless as Sergio Aguero.
Who is? Sometimes, De Bruyne looks exasperated with what he sees in front of him. City tried to rid themselves of their ponderousness and De Bruyne shot just wide five minutes after half time.
An attack broke down, Spurs played the ball out of defence to Harry Kane, who was in his own half. He turned and ran at the City defence, which was suddenly hopelessly stretched.
Kane waited and timed his pass to Lo Celso to perfection. Lo Celso took a touch and drilled his shot past Ederson. Spurs had managed two shots on target and scored two goals.
By the time Sterling and Phil Foden came on soon afterwards, it was too late and City find themselves marooned in mid-table.
Guardiola has signed his new contract. Now he has to start earning it. Mike Dean blows his whistle for full time and what a huge result that is for Tottenham, who have earned a much-deserved win over City to firmly establish themselves as title contenders.
City were dominant in the first half and enjoyed the lion's share of possession, but their pretty football did not equate to goals, and Spurs demonstrated the sort of ruthlessness in defence and attack of champions.
It was Son who opened the lead for the hosts, before second half sub Giovanni Lo Celso put the result beyond doubt. Mourinho will be absolutely delighted with that performance, while Guardiola has plenty to ponder as his side lie 8 points adrift of the new league leaders with a game in hand.
City have a chance to get the ball in the box. Chance City! De Bruyne's delivery is superb and Dias meets with a point blank header but Lloris parries it away.A chance for the visitors to get one Dortmund - Leverkusen now. The game was Pep Guardiola's first since he signed a new two-year contract at the Etihad Stadium earlier this week. Mourinho and Guardiola had clasped hands and hugged on the touchline before the game.