19 May 2024
Man City won the Premier League for the first time 0

Man City won the Premier League for the first time 0

QPR led 1-2 and hope seemed to be lost for a while, but right in the stoppage time Edin Dzeko and Sergio Aguero scored consecutive goals to seal a breathtaking 3-2 victory for Man City on Sunday night.

Since 1968, Man City has been crowned national champion again – this is also the first title in the Premier League (the tournament was established in 1992).

There was an opening goal thanks to Pablo Zabaleta in the first half, but Man City dramatized the game themselves by allowing QPR to equalize 1-1 at the beginning of the second half, after Djibril Cisse scored.

After that, they were outplayed when QPR’s Joe Barton received a direct red card, but the home team suddenly let the opponent concede a second goal from Jamie Mackie’s header.

Fate seemed to have turned its back on Man City when a shot by Samir Nasri or Carlos Tevez… was repeatedly blocked by goalkeeper Paddy Kenny.

Round 38

Sunday, May 13 Chelsea 2-1 Blackburn

(Terry 31′, Meireles 34′ – Yakubu 60′)Everton 3-1 Newcastle

(Pienaar 16′, Jelavic 27′, Heitinga 65′ – Hilbert 73 own goal)Man City 3-2 QPR

(Zabaleta 39′, Dzeko 90’+2, Aguero 90’+4 – Cisse 47′, Mackie 66′)Norwich 2-0 Aston Villa

(Holt 8′, Jackson 21′)Stoke 2-2 Bolton

(Walters 13′, 77′ pen – Ricketts 38′, Davis 39′)Sunderland 0-1 Man Utd

(Rooney 20′)Swansea 1-0 Liverpool

(Graham 86′)Tottenham 2-0 Fulham

(Adebayor 2′, Defoe 63′)West Brom 2-3 Arsenal

(Long 11′, Dorrans 15′ – Benayoun 4′, Santos 30′, Koscielny 54′)Wigan 3-2 Wolverhampton

(Di Santo 12′, Boyce 14′, 79′ – Jarrvis 9′, Fletcher 86′)

But then, with only a few minutes of extra time left in the match, a miracle came to Etihad Stadium.

This result brought the `blue half` of Manchester to the Premier League for the first time – and also the first national championship in 44 years.

They ended the season with 89 points, the same score as Man Utd – the team that won 1-0 at Sunderland at the same time – but with a better goal difference than their city rivals (+64 vs.

When referee Mike Dean blew the whistle to end the match, the Etihad Stadium exploded.

Their team had a crazy season to win the championship in a way few people could have imagined.

It can be said that yesterday’s match was a miniature picture of the whole season – where Man City `died and came back to life` many times.

But, towards the end, Man City showed more and more desire, played more united and got positive results – especially the key 2-0 victory on Newcastle’s field in the penultimate round.

Man City won the Premier League for the first time

Man City fans have been waiting for this Cup for 4 decades.

Entering the decisive series of matches last night, Man City had to win to be sure of winning the championship.

Man City has won 17 victories and suffered only one draw in 18 previous matches at home in the Premier League this season.

However, the pressure to win seems to have made Man City’s players feel uncomfortable.

It wasn’t until the 16th minute that the home team had their first significant shot from David Silva at a tight angle inside the penalty area, but it did not cause any trouble for goalkeeper Kenny.

Just winning one point is certain to stay in relegation, so QPR did not appear to be in a hurry in their attacks.

The first half gradually passed into the final minutes in Man City’s impatience.

Man City won the Premier League for the first time

QPR (red and white) is not capable of stopping Man City.

It seemed like the opening goal would help Man City play easily.

Man City’s laxity stemmed from the loss of Yaya Toure at the end of the first half due to injury.

Everything seemed to be easier for Man City when Barton put QPR in a position with one man short because of an elbow in Tevez’s face.

With the advantage in numbers, Man City attacked frantically.

On the faces of Man City fans began to show signs of anxiety.

Man City won the Premier League for the first time

Mancini (left) rushed onto the field with his teammates.

Determined not to surrender to fate, coach Roberto Mancini risked playing `all in`.

When the fourth referee held up the sign announcing that the extra time was 5 minutes, many Man City fans had tears in their eyes.

However, right in the extra minutes, smiles, trust and happiness rushed back to the home team at Etihad Stadium.

And the victory party took place bustlingly at Etihad.

Squad

Man City: Hart, Kompany, Zabaleta, Lescott, Clichy, Barry (Dzeko – 69′ ), Nasri, Silva, Y Toure (De Jong – 44′ ), Aguero, Tevez (Balotelli – 75′ ).

Goals: Zabaleta 39′, Dzeko 90’+2, Aguero 90’+4

Queens Park Rangers: Kenny, Hill, Taiwo, Ferdinand, Onuoha, Derry, Barton, Wright-Phillips, Mackie, Cisse (Traore – 59′ ), Zamora (Bothroyd – 76′).

Goals: Cisse 47′, Mackie 66′

Premier League 2011-2012

TT

Team

Battle

Difference

Point

first

Manchester City

38

sixty four

89

2

Man Utd

38

56

89

3

Arsenal

38

25

70

4

Tottenham

38

25

69

5

Newcastle

38

5

65

6

Chelsea

38

19

sixty four

7

Everton

38

ten

56

8

Liverpool

38

7

52

9

Fulham

38

-3

52

ten

West Brom

38

-7

47

11

Swansea

38

-7

47

twelfth

Norwich

38

-14

47

13

Sunderland

38

-first

45

14

Stoke

38

-17

45

15

Wigan

38

-20

43

16

Aston Villa

38

-16

38

17

QPR

38

-23

37

18

Bolton

38

-thirty first

36

19

Blackburn

38

-30

thirty first

20

Wolves

38

-42

25

Doan Manh

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