Ramos unhappy after City loss

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Tottenham head coach Juande Ramos accused his players of taking their foot off the gas after seeing a struggling Manchester City side come from behind to win 2-1 at Eastlands.

Robbie Keane gave Spurs a half-time advantage, but a rejuvenated City fought back and equalised through Stephen Ireland just before the hour and Nedum Onuoha´s first goal for the club - a header from Elano´s 72nd-minute corner - turned the match on its head.

"We were so much in control of the game it maybe made our lads think that maybe the game was won before it was over," said Ramos.

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