In the weekend’s big game, the Premier League’s two unbeaten sides went head to head: Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham against Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City.

And in a manner which came as a surprise to many football fans, Tottenham completely outplayed City.

Huge win for Tottenham. 2-0. Could have been more. Superb. A victory with a strong message of intent. Man City no longer look infallible.

— John Cross (@johncrossmirror) October 2, 2016

The result is seen by many as the end of Pep Guardiola’s honeymoon period in the Premier League.

Unbeatable City ended by Tottenham for a second season #COYS

— Frank B (@Moddaws) October 2, 2016

Tottenham ended Man City 100% winning record in the Premier League as they defeated them 2-0 at home #PL

— Ma-Andi (@Andile_Sphola) October 2, 2016

But to be fair to the Spaniard, he did call it.

Guardiola said on Friday that City were well behind Spurs in terms of development – you saw that today. Spurs so precise in their movement.

— Tom Williams (@tomwfootball) October 2, 2016

Welcome to the harsh world of vines and gifs, Pep.

Pep Guardiola waving goodbye to his 100% Premier League record like….

— Football Vines (@FootballVines) October 2, 2016

Gary Lineker caught the mood, as ever, perfectly.

Pep out!

— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) October 2, 2016

We trust you’ll find the jokes to your liking in England, Pep?

A privilege to see the best manager in the world grace the touchline at White Hart Lane today. Nice that Pep Guardiola could be there too.

— Bankrupt (@bankruptspurs) October 2, 2016

First Big Sam is exposed. Now Pep. Cruel game.

— Secret Footballer (@TSF) October 2, 2016

But to be fair, most fans recognised that this was just one game.

I Knew it was only a matter of time for Guardiola to be labelled as a fraud by the arm-chair analysts on Twitter.

— Red Wildling (@LadyOfTheKop) October 2, 2016

Albeit a game in which Tottenham played supreme football.

We actually just outplayed a Pep Guardiola side over the course of two footballing halves without two of our key players. Poch is magic.

— Spurs In The Blood (@SpursInTheBlood) October 2, 2016

The return fixture will be worth keeping an eye on.