Manchester City were crowned Premier League champions on Sunday after an incredible fightback which saw them score twice in injury time to beat QPR 3-2 and seal the title on goal difference.
City's dreams of a first title in 44 years appeared to be in tatters as 10-man Rangers led 2-1 after 90 minutes courtesy of goals from Djibril Cisse and 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 and Sergio Aguero struck twice in two minutes to seal the most enthralling title duel in years.
"The last few minutes were incredible. This is for our supporters, they deserve this," City manager Roberto Mancini said.
"To win like this is incredible. I have never seen a finish like this.
"We had a lot of chances, we deserve to win this championship. It's fantastic. After 44 years I dedicate this to all our supporters. It's a crazy season, crazy last minutes."
Relieved City captain Vincent Kompany meanwhile admitted his nerves had been shredded by the frantic finale.
"I want to say it's the best moment of my life -- but please never again like today," Kompany said. "Miracles do happen in Manchester. Only this time it's on this side of the road."