Sergio Aguero & Djibril Cisse
Sergio Leonel Kun Agüero del Castillo (born 2 June 1988) is an Argentine footballer who plays as a striker for Manchester City in England's Premier League and the Argentine national team. Djibril Cissé (born 12 August 1981) is a European Cup winning French international footballer who currently plays for Queens Park Rangers as a striker. /5
Sergio Aguero Djibril Cisse Jamie Mackie Edin Dzeko Pablo Zabaleta Roberto Mancini Joey Barton Manchester United Manchester City Wayne Rooney Queens Park Rangers Etihad Stadium Premier League Mario Balotelli Carlos Tevez Aston Villa English Premier League
Manchester City scored twice in stoppage-time to clinch their first league title since 1968 with a 3-2 win over QPR, who avoided relegation regardless. A quite incredible season ended in the most dramatic way possible, with City snatching victory from the jaws of what seemed certain to become the most disastrous defeat imaginable. Second-half goals from Djibril Cisse and Jamie Mackie, either side of a ridiculous Joey Barton red card, seemed to have turned the entire season on its head. But with the game entering five minutes of stoppage time, City produced a finish equally as memorable as that of Manchester United inthe 1999 Champions League final. That United should be denied just made the joy so much sweeter, as first Edin Dzeko nodded the Blues level before Sergio Aguero collected Mario Balotelli's return pass and drove home the goal that crowned City champions.
Manchester City were crowned English Premier League Champions on Sunday after an incredible fightback which saw them score twice in injury time to beat Queens Park Rangers 3-2 & seal the title on goal difference. Manchester City's dream of a first title in 44 years appeared to be in tatters as 10-man Queens Park Rangers led 2-1 after 90 minutes courtesy of goals from Djibril Cisse & Jamie Mackie following Pablo Zabaleta's opener. But as Manchester United prepared to celebrate snatching a 20th league title following their 1-0 win at Sunderland, Edin Dzeko & Sergio Aguero struck twice in two minutes to seal the most enthralling title duel in years. Manchester City manager said, "The last few minutes were incredible. This is for our supporters, they deserve this. We had chances. We deserve to win this." Arsenal clinched third place with a 3-2 win at West Bromwich Abion. Totenham sealed fourth place with a 2-0 win over Fulham.
How a dramatic final day unfolded in the title race 20 mins: Wayne Rooney sends Man Utd two points clear at the top by giving his side a 1-0 lead at Sunderland. 39 mins: Silence turns to bedlam at Etihad Stadium as Pablo Zabaleta puts Man City ahead against QPR back on top on goal difference. 48 mins: Advantage United. Djibril Cisse stuns City with an equaliser and it is all change at the top again. Sir Alex Ferguson's side are two points clear with 42 minutes of normal time to go in the season. 66 mins: City are capitulating. After Joey Barton is sent off for QPR, Jamie Mackie puts the Londoners ahead against all the odds. United, now three points clear with 24 minutes of normal time remaining, dare to dream. 90 + 2 mins: Lifeline for City. Edin Dzeko levels for City but United are still leading and remain two points clear with just moments left. 90 + 5 mins: Man Utd win at Sunderland but City are still playing. And City despair turns to delirium as Sergio Aguero scores a last-gasp winner. It is utter he ...
Manchester City snatches EPL crown Sergio Aguero ended Manchester City's 44-year search for a title in extraordinary fashion as two goals in stoppage-time gave Roberto Mancini's men a scarcely-believable 3-2 win over 10-man Queens Park Rangers. The title looked certain to be heading for the red side of the city for the 20th time as Wayne Rooney gave Manchester United a 1-0 win at Sunderland and City trailed 2-1 heading into the last minute. But substitute Edin Dzeko headed an equaliser with 91 minutes on the clock then Aguero fired home three minutes later to send a disbelieving Etihad Stadium into rapture. Knowing a win would almost certainly be enough to end the long wait, City went ahead through Pablo Zabaleta's 39th-minute strike before the home side were stunned by a 48th-minute equaliser from Djibril Cisse. Despite the ridiculous sending-off of former City man Joey Barton on 55 minutes for an elbow behind the play on Carlos Tevez, QPR went ahead through Jamie Mackie in the 66th minute - and looked s ...
Premier League ROUND-UP. Maradona son in-law Sergio Aguero and Edin Dseko scored in added time for Mancity as they fought back to beat ten-men QPR 3-2 an win the EPL title. First it looked City were set to miss out in d most dramatic fashion as Rangers stormed into a second half lead thanks to Djibril Cisse and Jomie Mackle goal. But they sensationally turned the game round to pip rivals Man United and claim the top-flight title for the first time in 44yrs. Pabio Zabaleta had put Roberto Mancini's side into d lead on 39 minutes, while Joey Barton was sent off for QPR after appearing to elbow Carlos Tervez in an off-d-ball incident. United kept deir part of the bargain and saw off sunderland 1-0 thanks to an early Wayne Rooney goal. And during d second half as City trailed it looked like d Red devils could be set for a shock title win, but it wasn't to be. What a SHAME...GONE too SOON UNited.survived by fans...RIP. Bt I love united for giv City a run for deir money. Despite defeat QPR escaped relegation to ...
Edin Dzeko equalised in the second added minute before Sergio Aguero scored the deciding goal in the fourth minute of injury-time in an extraordinary end to the season. Pablo Zabaleta’s first goal of the season after 39 minutes gave City the lead but it had looked as if they had imploded after Djibril Cisse equalised three minutes after the break and Jamie Mackie had given the visitors the lead on 66 minutes. QPR were already down to 10 men at that point after Joey Barton was sent-off for elbowing Carlos Tevez, and ugly scenes following the red card saw five minutes of injury time. And having held on for 25 minutes with a stoic backs to the wall performance, Rangers then saw substitute Dzeko power home a close range header. And as Manchester United’s players and fans waited at the Stadium of Light with their 1-0 win over Sunderland sealed, Aguero danced into the area and fired a shot past Paddy Kenny at the near post. Both City and United finished with 89 points but Roberto Mancini's side were eight-g ...
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini revelled in his side's Premier League title triumph after they beat QPR to pip rivals Manchester United. The Blues appeared to have blown their chances of a first championship since 1968 as Djibril Cisse and Jamie Mackie overturned Pablo Zabaleta's first-half strike. But Edin Dzeko rose to give City fresh hope before Sergio Aguero drove home the goal that won City the title
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