By Harvey Byrne

Micky Hazard hailed the performance of his former club after Tottenham beat Manchester City 2-0 on Sunday.

The north London side managed a comfortable victory against Pep Guardiola’s team, who had previously won six of their six encounters in the Premier League.

A first half own goal from City defender Aleksandar Kolarov as well as a Dele Alli strike ensured Tottenham won the three points on their home turf.

Former Spurs midfielder, Hazard took to his personal Twitter account following the victory and pointed out where Tottenham won the match.

Hazard played at Tottenham for seven years between 1978 and 1985 and has kept the club in his heart following his playing days.

Sunday’s victory has now moved Spurs within a point of City, who are currently top of the Premier League pile.

They will be buoyed by the victory against one of their title opponents, as they aim to finish in a position higher than the third place they managed in the recent campaign.

They will face Tony Pulis’ West Brom side at the Hawthorns in the next fixture after the international break, who are currently sat in ninth place.

In other Tottenham news, Ossie Ardiles hailed Spurs’ “outstanding performance” on Twitter.