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Jamie O’Hara celebrates Man City’s goals against Tottenham as some Spurs fans make Poznan

Jamie O’Hara celebrated Erling Haaland’s goals AGAINST his beloved Tottenham, which could have huge Premier League title implications.

The former Spurs midfielder wore a Citizens shirt during talkSPORT’s monitoring of Manchester City’s 2-0 victory on Tuesday night that could decide the title.

Haaland broke City's deadlock against Tottenham just after the break

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Haaland broke City’s deadlock against Tottenham just after the breakCredit: Getty

City’s victory lifted Pep Guardiola’s side above Arsenal at the top of the table heading into the final weekend of the season.

After a nervous first half from the visitors in north London, goal machine Haaland broke the deadlock in the 51st minute.

The Norwegian striker was on hand to score from a few yards out after collecting a low cross from Kevin De Bruyne.

O’Hara jumped out to celebrate, where he was joined by fellow Sports Bar presenter Jason Cundy, who also played for Tottenham in the 1990s.

Both men were delighted that the result could prevent Arsenal from winning a first league title since 2004.

And they were quick to rub salt in the wounds of Arsenal cult hero Perry Groves, who simply put his head in his hands as the back of the net huddled.

He then lunged at the pair lightly as Cundy and O’Hara reacted happily to the opening goal.

O’Hara wasn’t the only Spurs fan to be delighted by the first match, with supporters at the stadium doing City’s iconic celebration – the Poznan – in the stands.

O'Hara was delighted after his beloved Spurs fell behind against the Citizens

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O’Hara was delighted after his beloved Spurs fell behind against the CitizensCredit: talkSPORT
Cundy joined in the celebrations with the duo desperate for Arsenal to miss out on the title.

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Cundy joined in the celebrations with the duo desperate for Arsenal to miss out on the title.
Groves jokingly lunged at the duo as the couple celebrated in front of him

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Groves jokingly lunged at the duo as the couple celebrated in front of himCredit: talkSPORT
Delighted Spurs fans took to Poznan in the stands

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Delighted Spurs fans took to Poznan in the stands

Things got worse for Groves when Spurs skipper Son Heung-min missed a sitter when sent one-on-one with goalkeeper Stefan Ortega in the closing stages.

And then a few moments later, in the first minute of added time, Haaland doubled his total by scoring a penalty.

It sparked further scenes of joy at talkSPORT Towers, with O’Hara and Cundy celebrating again despite it condemning their former club to defeat.

Some Tottenham fans inside the stadium were also heard chanting “Are you watching Arsenal?” “.

This is despite the result meaning Spurs fail to qualify for the Champions League, with Aston Villa confirmed to finish fourth.

But judging by O’Hara and the reaction of Spurs fans at the stadium, that’s the least of their worries.

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