Vincent Kompany keeps Man City on course for Premier League title


Having absorbed everything Liverpool could throw at them in a titanic title battle, Manchester City will retain their crown with victory at Brighton and Hove Albion on Sunday.

Manchester City moved to within one win of retaining the Premier League title as captain Vincent Kompany's thunderous strike earned a nervy 1-0 win over Leicester City on Monday.

Brendan Rodgers' side started the game well and looked threatening in attack, whilst Man City's attack looked subdued in the early exchanges.

At that point of the game, it seemed that Leicester were heading home with a point, handing Liverpool the title advantage in the process.

If Liverpool win their final game against Wolves, and Manchester City slip up, then they will win the league. We help you discover publicly available material and act as a search engine.

Newcastle (14th) pushed Liverpool all the way with an aggressive and determined display that was only undone by Divock Origi's 86th-minute goal.

Guardiola came out on top, winning the Premier League in his second season while Mourinho finished second with United.

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Manchester United could learn so much from the Champions League semifinals this season and teams like Ajax, Tottenham and Liverpool are giving public lessons of how to grow and improve year in, year out. However, David Beckham scored an equaliser before Andy Cole scored the goal that won the title for the Red Devils and put them on the way to recording that famous treble.

It's a depressing reality that is starting to set into the minds and hearts of all those associated with Liverpool Football Club - their team is on the verge of losing the Premier League title despite losing just once over the course of the entire 38-game season.

However, the remarkable footage aside, it also shows what we can only assume to be a City fan leaving the stand at literally the worst moment imaginable. The league will have championship trophies at both Anfield and Amex Stadium while Liverpool and Manchester City both try to close out the season atop the table on Sunday.

"One remains with the league champions during each season, while the other is used by the league".

What is required on the final day?


Manchester City's Sergio Aguero celebrates after scoring an iconic last-gasp victor against QPR to win the Premier League 2011/12 season.

It travelled to Camp Nou on the last day of the season knowing a defeat would see the Catalans claim the title.