Depends how far back you want to look. City’s worse run this season has been 3 losses in 4 games in December and they have been incredibly consistent outside of that. Liverpool’s worse run has been 4 draws in 6 games in January-March against Leicester, West Ham, United and Everton and they have been very consistent before that run and after it. One win against any of those sides and they’d be top right now. After MD19 Liverpool led the league by 10 points.
I wouldn’t say Liverpool have bottled the league as everyone will drop points to teams they shouldn’t but you can’t deny that 4 draws in 6 games severely hurt their hopes. A real bottle job though, is United losing the league in the Aguero season, we held an 8 point lead with 6 to play and led Everton 4-2 only to draw 4-4 and a loss to ******* Wigan in that run. We never should have reached the heartbreak of the Aguero goal as it shouldn’t have even mattered.
Kompany’s goal will be remembered by us City fans in the same way Kun Aguero’s goal is.
I never thought we would make up the 10 points we were trailing Liverpool by but we managed it.
Fair play to both teams for great performances this season.
I of course want City to win the title but disappointment aside, if it goes to Liverpool it will have been well earned.