At the end of the 2018/2019 season, we are getting one of the most intense and exciting title races in recent years. As of early April there are two branches between Liverpool and Manchester City. Liverpool leads the way, but Manchester City's seven fixtures are reserved for Liverpool's six games, all still on the table.
The league win ends Liverpool's 30-year dry spell and gives manager Jurgen Klopp the trophy he needs to solidify his place with the Anfield club.
But the city won the Premier League last season and became a record team.
If the history of the Premier League is going to go by (and let's just say it!), You will see a football that will be a great fun for the next few weeks. There is the greatest title race in Premier League history.
Blackburn Rovers vs Manchester United – 1994/95
Perhaps the most memorable moment of the 1994/95 season popped out to the crowds at Selhurst Park in Eric Cantona, where he spent eight months in jail. But do not forget that the finest between Manchester United and Blackburn Rovers is the season that provided the belt race for the product.
Together with Alan Shearer of Kenny Dalglish and Chris Burn, duo manager of Chris Sutton, Blackburn's season helped maintain Man Utd's lead over most of the season.
If United had won the final match against West Ham, United could have won the last-minute league win despite most of the season's one step, but won a 1-1 draw and Rovers left with the trophy.
Newcastle United vs Manchester United – 1995/96
By the mid 1995/96 season, it wasn't clear that football fans were in the middle of the battle royale for the title.
The manager Kevin Keegan was attracting the crowd's attention with the team & # 39; Entertainer & # 39; due to the dash format. Thanks to the 12-point lead, magpies seemed to run away by the end of the season. At that point, the betting fan put money into Newcastle and resigned with low odds.
But in the new year, everything began to fall. Newcastle started to win 12 consecutive games and Newcastle lost to regular play. Only one point was separated until the Red Devil beat Newcastle in the Northeast. With several matches and one notorious screen fast-paced advance, Man Utd captured the league four points and everything in Newcastle was over.
Manchester United vs Arsenal – 2002/03
By March of the 2002/03 season, Arsenal seemed to have a solid league in the league. They had an eight point league and the chances for the closest competition to come back seemed thin. However, the recurring theme seems to be the exact moment that the team seems to be most worried about.
Gunners were defeated by the boots of Leeds United and Blackburn Rovers and also lost the scores of Man United, Bolton and Aston Villa. United, meanwhile, was busy raising the score and scoring five points in the season with nine wins in ten matches.
Manchester City vs Manchester United – 2011/12
Our most recent title race actually shows Man City. United continued to lead until October before Manchester City took first place and held in March. They were defeated and dropped a painful eight points in six consecutive games, but United started to shake and City's defeat dropped to second place with a goal difference.
At the last minute of the game, City's last game was over as Queens Park Rangers won little to win in the Premier League with a goal difference.
If you can learn a lesson from the historic Premier League battles, then six games can make it happen. In particular, Man City cannot be used until the silverware sits in someone's clubhouse.