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It wasn't a result that looked likely for much of the afternoon but Man City have succeeded in keeping the gap to Arsenal just two points, thanks to a brilliant late comeback inspired by Yaya Toure and Sergio Aguero.
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Man City have turned this match on its head through sheer force of will inside three minutes. The stuff of champions? Only time will tell, but Sergio Aguero's towering header would be a fitting winner in any game.
He looked dead on his feet but Yaya Toure has breathed life into Man City's hopes here with one majestic swing of his left boot, meeting an Aleksandar Kolarov cross with a volley that flies into the top corner. Superb.
It might be an Aleksandar Kolarov own goal but Ben Watson will certainly claim it. His whipped corner looked to be curling goalwards before it skimmed the head of the Serb and deceived Joe Hart. Regardless, it's a huge goal for Watford - and for the title race.