The team that never knows when they are beaten came from behind to take a massive step closer to a second title in three years.
City trailed to an early wonder-strike from Ross Barkley, but goals from Sergio Aguero and a brace from Edin Dzeko ensured the Blues go to the top of the table – at least for 24 hours - with a dramatic 3-2 win over bogey side Everton.
Now back-to-back wins over Aston Villa and West Ham will mean there is every chance the Premier League trophy will be heading back to the Etihad - but the nerves of the City fans are likely to be in shreds by next Sunday!
Much of the pre-match discussion was whether Everton would be comfortable doing arch-rivals Liverpool a favour by stopping City from winning, but surely there was little doubt a victory was the only thing on the Toffees’ minds.Read full match report
Barclays Premier League
As of: 3 May 2014, 7:34 PMView full league table
- Duration: 97 minutes
- Home possession: 59%
- Away possession: 41%
- Home: 4
- Away: 6
- Home: 3
- Away: 9
- Home: 3
- Away: 0