Lucas Moura scored with his first touch to win Tottenham Hotspur a 2-2 draw with Manchester City in the Premier League.
City's disappointment was exacerbated in stoppage time when Gabriel Jesus' late strike was toppled by a VAR survey after a handball by Aymeric Laporte tumbled to him.
Goads had twice struggled back with Lucas scoring their second objective only 19 seconds in the wake of going ahead as a substitute.
The hosts led the pack on 20 minutes, when Raheem Sterling scored for a second progressive match, heading in Kevin De Bruyne's cross.
Goads evened out in no time subsequently because of a strike by Erik Lamela.
Punch Guardiola's side recaptured their favorable position before half-time when De Bruyne crossed low for Sergio Aguero to compass home.
Be that as it may, minutes in the wake of going ahead, Lucas headed in Lamela's corner with just their second shot of the match to procure his side a point.