Man City players tweet with joy over Liverpool’s shattered title hopes
Manchester City’s players took to twitter to celebrate Crystal Palace’s shock comeback against Liverpool at Selhurst Park which saw the Merseyside club drop two points.
Samir Nasri was the first to comment expressing his love for the Eagles after they scored three goals in the final 11 minutes to snatch a dramatic 3-3 draw.
Meanwhile Edin Dzeko, who has scored 24 goals this season, posted an Instgram picture of himself with the words; ‘Get in! #believe #together #mcfc’
New fan: Samir Nasri has joined the most vocal fans in the Premier League after Palace pulled off a great draw
In love with himself? Dzeko posted this picture of himself on Instagram following Liverpool’s draw
All in it together: Dzeko scored twice against Everton to earn Manchester City a vital victory at Goodison Park
Manchester City face Aston Villa on Wednesday and victory will send them two points clear of Liverpool ahead of the final day of the season.
Kolarov, who came on for the last 25 minutes in City’s crucial match against Everton, was quick to announce his belief that the Premier League is the best league in the world.
Stoke City defender Robert Huth took a different of the view claiming that players who cry should be handed a three match ban after Luis Suarez broke down at full-time.
Nothing better than the Premier League: Aleksandar Kolarov shows his love for the league and City
Hard man: Robert Huth is known for his rough tackling on the pitch and his harsh words off it
Relaxing ahead of a hard week: Micah Richards and Joe Hart took some time our to bowl
Earlier in the evening Micah Richards posted a picture of himself and Joe taking in a bit of leisure time bowling instead of watching the action packed match.
City will be hoping to turn on the style against Villa and avoid a similar end to the 2011-2012 season where a 93rd minute goal from Sergio Aguero was required to secure the title.
Unstoppable: Dwight Gayle came off the bench to score twice as Crystal Palace recovered to get a point
Inconsolable: Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard lead Suarez away after the end of the match at Selhurst Park
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