Last month was an historic one for Mike Dean, who became the first referee to take charge of 500 Premier League matches.
And it was Spurs and Man City who provided two of the most memorable moments in his 20-year career to date, which he looked back on in an interview with former referee Chris Foy.
'I was celebrating an advantage'
Dean appeared to be celebrating as he pointed his finger in the air after Mousa Dembele's goal for Spurs against Aston Villa in November 2015, but he said: "I wouldn't say it was a goal celebration. I was celebrating an advantage."
"As you can see, I kind of got carried away with the whole day really."
"I put the ball up my jersey. Just as a bit of a laugh," Dean said.
"Well, just a bit of fun isn't it, really. That's just the way I am on the field of play.
"I love the job that I do and you can have a laugh and a joke with some players sometimes."
Dean made his debut as a Premier League referee when Leicester City hosted Southampton in September 2000, and to mark his 500th match he was given a special medallion and plaque by Mike Foster, the Chair of Professional Game Match Officials Ltd (PGMOL).