By Sam Mcevoy For Mailonline
Published: 20:50 BST, 17 August 2019 | Updated: 20:50 BST, 17 August 2019
History repeated itself on Saturday evening after Manchester City were incredibly denied yet another late goal by VAR against Tottenham.
As their Premier League encounter entered stoppage time at the Etihad with the game poised at 2-2, Gabriel Jesus found the ball at his feet inside the area before rifling home what he thought was City's third and ultimately, the winning goal.
Following the wild celebrations from both City's players and their supporters, referee Michael Oliver paused, went to his ear, and then ruled out the goal leaving both sides in disbelief.
Gabriel Jesus complains to Michael Oliver after his stoppage-time goal is ruled out
Jesus thought he won it for City as he fired in a third goal for the champions in stoppage-time
Aymeric Laporte (centre) was adjudged to have handled the ball in the build up to the goal
However, just like the Champions League quarter-final, VAR ruled out another City late goal
Jesus shows his disappointment at the final whistle after goal was ruled out by VAR
It's four months to the day that City were controversially denied a fifth goal in their Champions League quarter-final clash with Spurs – a strike