Manchester: Injury-time goals from Edin Dzeko and Sergio Aguero secured the Etihad Stadium club's first league title in 44 years on the most dramatic final day in the Premier League history. Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini described his side's unbelievable victory over Queen's Park Rangers as "incredible".
City scored twice in added time to come back from 1-2 down at the Etihad Stadium and claim their first ever Premier League title on goal difference from rivals Manchester United, who beat Sunderland 1-0.
Mancini could barely contain his emotions in the game's frantic final few minutes, and after the match he told Sky Sports, "Football is incredible. This is for our supporters. They deserved this. To win like this is incredible. I've never seen a final day like this. We didn't deserve to lose this game. We had a lot of chances. We deserve to win this championship. After 44 years, for all our supporters, it's incredible. It's been a crazy season," he said.
In a season when City beat rivals United twice, team coach Roberto Mancini dedicated the title to the fans.
Speaking to BBC's Final Score, he said: "I think that this was a great performance. It was difficult. Three minutes from the end, we were 2-1 down and [in] one minute we scored two goals. We wanted this title and we deserved to win this title. This is for all our supporters in Abu Dhabi, for the chairman, for the owner. It's difficult to say what my feelings were [at 1-2 down]. I thought we could score two goals. I think this is the perfect final for a crazy season.
"We beat United twice in one season, we deserved to win."