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EPL title race goes down to the end ...
May 13th, 2012 7:09PM

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[VIDEO PICK] In one of the most dramatic endings ever to an English Premier League title race, Manchester City got goals from Edin Dzeko and Sergio Aguero in stoppage time and beat QPR, 3-2, to edge Manchester United for its first championship in 44 years on goal difference. For video of Aguero's goal ...

Click here for all the commentary of the dramatic conclusion.)

TRIVIA. Manchester City's dramatic comeback meant that United finished the season without a title for its first trophy-less season since 2005.

MAN. CITY REACTION. "You want to say it's the best moment of your life but, if I'm honest, please never again this way. Even though the first half was really good, we just couldn't get through. I never stopped believing. When Edin scored that goal, it reminded me of so many other moments during the season when we've done this before. There was no reason not to believe." -- Man. City captain Vincent Kompany.

MAN. UNITED REACTION.  "We take great credit from the fact that we have had so many injuries this season and we've coped with that very well. They are only young players, it was excellent for them. They've experienced what has happened today and they'll be around in five, six or 10 years time for Manchester United. The experience is good for them, even if it's a bad one. I would like to say on behalf of Manchester United, congratulations to our neighbors." -- Man. United manager Alex Ferguson.




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