Sunday, May 13, 2012

Man City win the title for the first time since 1968 with two injury-time goals




Well, it didn’t look too likely when they were trailing 2-1 at home to QPR after 90 minutes today, did it?

What an incredible end to a football season.

UPDATE: You can hear me discussing Sunday's dramatic events, and whether or not Man City's title win is good for football, on BBC Radio 5 Live here (starts around 6 minutes into the programme), and on BBC Radio Ulster's Talkback show here (start about 14 minutes in).

3 comments:

Chris Hall said...

The agony and the ecstacy!

I liked the report from outside the stadium where City were playing during extra time - all these fans desperatley running back to the stadium!

Douglas said...

You will be pleased to know that the highlights of this game were broadcast on the American sports network ESPN. ESPN has made valiant efforts to get Americans interested in what we call soccer. Is it succeeding? I'm not sure. Possibly.

Neil Clark said...

Hi Douglas, thanks for that.
I think if people don't get interested in soccer after watching that amazing match on Sunday, they'll never get interested.
It was the most incredible League game I've seen in 40 years of following football.