Stefan Ortega Moreno has saved 11 of the 13 shots he has faced as a substitute in the Premier League this season.

The German has replaced Ederson between the sticks in four games this term - away games at Newcastle, Liverpool, Nottingham Forest and last night’s trip to Spurs.

Coming on in the 69th minute of that latest victory, Ortega Moreno made three huge saves with the score at 1-0 to maintain our lead.

Spurs 0-2 City | Match report

It continued a run in which he has saved the last 11 shots on his goal.

He has also started four times in the league, making a total of eight saves across those matches.

He was named Man of the Match at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with City now just one win away from a record fourth straight Premier League title.

The goalkeeper’s excellence in this latest performance is proven by Spurs’ xG of 1.66, which means they would have been expected to score once or twice given the chances they created.

In total, he has now played 18 matches this season, including every game in the FA Cup.

Both City goals at Spurs came from Erling Haaland, who now looks very likely to win the Premier League Golden Boot.

He’s netted 27 in 30 league appearances so far in this campaign.

His first was supplied by the man he has built an incredible connection with - Kevin De Bruyne.

That was De Bruyne‘s 112th Premier League assist, making him outright second for that stat in the league’s history.

He has required just 259 appearances to rack up so many, with Cesc Fabregas (now in third on 111) playing 350 games in the division.

It was also the 19th time De Bruyne has teed up Haaland since the start of the 2022/23 season, which is nine better than the next best Premier League partnership (Nunez to Salah).

Premier League stats so far this season

Erling Haaland has 27 goals in the Premier League and looks set for his second successive Golden Boot award. He’s six ahead of nearest challenger Cole Palmer on 21.

Despite missing five months through injury, Kevin De Bruyne now has 10 assists in the Premier League and is second in the division. He’s three behind Ollie Watkins.

Rodrigo‘s 3,508 passes is 332 more than Lewis Dunk, who has played the next most in the league. Ruben Dias, Manuel Akanji and Kyle Walker are all in the league’s top 20.

Our 93 goals as a team is four more than Arsenal, who are the next most prolific side in the division.

We have the second best defensive record in the league, conceding 33 times.

In total, we’ve played 25,469 passes - which is over 3,000 more than any other side has managed.