A Penalty miss, and a red card summed up Manchester City’s bad day following their defeat away to Mourinho’s side, Tottenham Hotspur.
City had a chance to take the lead at the end of the half from the spot after VAR found Sergi Aurier guilty of tripping Sergio Aguero in the box and İlkay Gundogan had his effort saved by Hugo Lloris.
City were down to 10-men after Zinchenko got his second booking of the night in the 61st minutes.
Steven Bergwijn’s volley from the edge of the box that gave Tottenham the lead on his debut two minutes after Zinchenko’s red card.
Spurs clinched the victory with it as Heung-Min Son had his shot deflected into the near post doubling Spurs lead in the 71st minute.