It is only Matchweek 2, but few Premier League days will match this.
It was more VAR misery for City against Spurs after they were knocked out of last season's Champions League thanks to a Fernando Llorente goal that was given and a late Sterling strike that was ruled out by the television ref.
City manager Pep Guardiola had earlier appeared to take out his frustration on his star striker Sergio Aguero, having angry words as he substituted him after the hour, but the pair later appeared to make up.
Kane will once again spearhead the attack for Mauricio Pochettino's team this campaign and he's netted 20-plus goals across all competitions in each of the last five seasons.
"I don't know if Pochettino receives many compliments from other managers like me, I don't think so", Guardiola told a news conference on Friday.
'He believes that I was upset with him for the goal we concede, the corner, ' he said.
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Those two clubs are in the doldrums at present though and I can't see Lee Bowyer's men taking anything from their trip to Yorkshire.
"He has an excellent record at under-23 level, has been recognised internationally and has scored when he has stepped up to senior level - I am really excited to add him to my squad".
"If Troy gets in for Spurs and he scores a few goals and he's brilliant, I might have a different (thought) process on that".
The game continued to be played at high pace which eventually prompted Guardiola to withdraw Aguero for the quicker Jesus, who went close to scoring three minutes after his arrival.