Edin Dzeko completed Manchester City's comeback against Tottenham on Sunday, with the substitute's late goal clinching a 2-1 win that keeps the pressure on Premier League leader Manchester United.
Dzeko's seventh goal of the season, six of which have come from the bench, came after Sergio Aguero had cancelled out Steven Caulker's first-half header for Tottenham.
''Again from a free kick we conceded a goal ... we have to improve there,'' Dzeko said. ''But after the goal we were the better team for the 90 minutes and in the end we deserved it.
''Even when we are losing, we come back. I hope next time we (are) winning 1-0 and then go on and win the game. This is much harder to play.''
Defending champion City is just 2 points behind neighbor United after extending its unbeaten home Premier League record to 35 matches, and its present unbeaten league run to 16.
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