And that was how it ended after Raheem Sterling's goal in injury time was ruled out for a marginal offside call in the build up.
Foden laughed: "I do to be honest".
"I said: 'How did we do it?' At that moment, he told me that the goal had been disallowed".
"Two games in three days are not possible".
It was responsible for inelegantly nudging the ball over the line for the decisive third away goal in the 73rd minute that swung the quarterfinal back in Tottenham's favor after surviving a VAR review. But Son has been on fire, so I don't blame him for going for it.
Foden was making just his second Premier League start and immediately justified Guardiola's faith in the 19-year-old by heading home Sergio Aguero's nodded pass across goal from Bernardo Silva's cross. 1-0 City, five minutes in, the race was back on. Tottenham had several good chances still in the first half, as Son was nearly through at 16 minutes only to have his shot blocked by Laporte.
Alpinists David Lama, Hansjoerg Auer, and Jess Roskelley Presumed Dead
Auer, 35, who grew up in the mountains of Austria, was known as "one of the world's top solo climbers", as Outside reported . John Roskelley told the Spokesman-Review he was expecting his son to call Tuesday night to check in - but he never did.
Spurs were denied a penalty and chance to go level on 58 minutes when after Kyle Walker handled inside the area.
They are joined in that category by Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold, West Ham midfielder Declan Rice, Bournemouth winger David Brooks and Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford. But Dele was showing some flare and opportunities were to be had.
"It's not a very good feeling to have but that's football".
"Season after season, his game has evolved, all the things he does now".
"Everyone, not just me, should enjoy Wednesday's game and scoring and winning the games". The fans? You guys?
"We've been on a remarkable run, playing against an incredible team like Tottenham and fighting for the Premier League with the best Liverpool team ever, one of the best teams I've seen in my life".
Few matches come with as much emotion as this match. "It is hard to get the best feet".
At the other end, Raheem Sterling almost scored with a close-range shot which Spurs keeper Paulo Gazzaniga, in for the injured Hugo Lloris, did well to keep out with his feet. If felt nothing like the other night.