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The Premier League looks destined to serve up a final-day cracker, and at present it is Liverpool in the driving seat following their 3-2 win over Manchester City.
It really was a cracker at Anfield, with Philippe Coutinho’s late strike deserving of a winning goal in such a big game.
Mail columnist Jamie Redknapp was at Anfield and he claims it was one of the best games he has seen in a long time, with Liverpool blowing City away early on. But he feels the title is not won yet:
Liverpool's win over Man City was one of the best games I've seen for a long time. Liverpool were sensational and just blew City away in the first half.
There were questions over whether they could cope with the pressure but they answered them all with a wonderful performance.
It was an enthralling, end-to-end game and what the Premier League is all about.
Now we have to wait and see what will win the title: the flair and power of Liverpool and Man City or Chelsea’s defensive determination.
Mirror sports writer Oliver Holt elected to focus on the passion and atmosphere in and around Anfield, and he feels it proved too much for Manchester City:
Something is happening here on Merseyside that has unleashed a fervour thrilling in its intensity.
It is the kind of fervour that is a beautiful, passionate, raw antidote to the prawn sandwich era that is threatening to emasculate the Premier League.
It is the kind of fervour that can unsettle those who are not used to it.
It is the kind of fervour that so bewildered Manchester City that they seemed incapable of thought in the first half of their 3-2 defeat.
It is the kind of fervour that makes Liverpool’s players feel as if they are superhuman and which left their veteran captain, Steven Gerrard, in tears at the end of the match.