It was the stuff of fairy tales.
Manchester City clinched the English Premier League title with a 3-2 win over Queens Park Rangers at the Etihad Stadium yesterday.
It wasn’t straightforward though.
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It wasn't just Manchester United fans who were left reeling in anguish last night.
The noisy neighbours had done it.
Armed with Arab owner Sheikh Mansour’s billions, City seem to be in a position to dominate English – and perhaps even European football – for years to come.
There is no way that Queens Park Rangers can take points off Manchester City in their match on Sunday night.
Our pundits are all unanimous in predicting an easy win for Manchester City over QPR while they feel Manchester United will suffer at the Stadium of Light against Sunderland.
If this season is any indication of what’s to come in the English Premier League, then Manchester City and Manchester United look set to rule for years to come.
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All season long, I've repeated my mantra that Manchester United will win the title. In the last month, it's been harder and harder to believe it.
Men might win championships, but monsters seize them. At the Sports Direct Arena last Sunday, Yaya Toure annihilated Newcastle and massacred the Magpies.
Our analyst Barry Whitbread feels Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is clutching at straws when he tips QPR to trip up Manchester City on the last day.
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