Manchester City retain Premier League title with dramatic late comeback
Manchester City celebrate their winning goal against Aston Villa.© AFP
Manchester City held onto the Premier League title in most dramatic fashion as they came back from 2-0 to beat Aston Villa 3-2 with three goals in the final 15 minutes on Sunday. Ilkay Gundogan came on from the bench to score two goals with Rodri is also the goal when Pep Guardiola’s men have kept Liverpool’s title to win the league title with a point. In a scene reminiscent of the first of Man City’s six current championships in 11 seasons when Sergio Aguero scoring in the 93rd minute to deny Manchester United the title on goal difference, the champions produced a remarkable comeback at the Etihad.
Goals from Matty Cash and his favorite former Liverpool player Philippe Coutinho is set to give the title to the Reds. Jurgen Klopp’s men did their job by also coming in from the goal to beat Wolves 3-1 at Anfield, but City’s act of rescue ensured Liverpool clinched a priceless quarter-final. mineral resources.
Gundogan started his comeback as he entered Raheem Sterlingof the cross at the back of the article.
Rodri then headed home from outside the box and Gundogan completed the counterattack by touching the house Kevin De Bruyneof the cross at the back of the article.
Before the game, Guardiola said he did not want a repeat of Aguero’s legendary late strike a decade ago.
But Calatan is the most relieved in Manchester as he has won the 10th championship of his coaching career in just 13 seasons.
Fans poured onto the pitch to celebrate the whole time and the crossbar at the goal where Man City scored all of their goals broke under the weight of the supporters sitting on it.
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