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It was, to put it mildly, the most eccentric of finales. Aubameyang can secure legendary status at Arsenal like Henry and Wright Everton v West Brom live commentary: In-form Toffees take on newly-promoted Baggies Spurs icon ‘absolutely buzzing’ about Bale return that 'sends message' to rival clubs Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) But Norwich were celebrating their second almost immediately. "I've got a good striker in Jon Macken, who is really disappointed, but I wanted to unsettle them and in some ways it did. Psycho brainwave takes City to the brink Daniel Taylor at the City of Manchester Stadium Sun 15 May 2005 21.16 EDT First published on Sun 15 May 2005 21.16 EDT Last Updated: Monday, 28 February, 2005, 22:01 GMT. Premiership photos Man City reaction Chelsea reaction Chelsea suffered their first defeat of the season as a Nicolas Anelka penalty inspired Manchester City to an impressive victory. Ashton once again showed excellent composure to hold the ball up and send McKenzie free on goal and the striker neatly sidefooted home across the on-rushing James. Dean Ashton gave Norwich the lead with a brilliant volley

"I sat at home on Saturday night and thought to myself: 'What shall I do if we're drawing the game late on and need to hit it long?'" The England Under-21 striker made a fine diagonal run behind the visiting defence and his audacious first-time right-foot flick from Adam Drury's pass looped the ball up and over David James and into the far post. Amazingly the disorder almost paid off. "He's played like that in every game," McClaren said. McClaren identified his defenders for special acclaim and no one epitomised their thou-shall-not-pass mentality better than Gareth Southgate. That would be an understatement. Ashton once again showed excellent composure to hold the ball up and send McKenzie free on goal and the striker neatly sidefooted home across the … Overall, it was the team's 113th season playing in a division of English football, most of which have been spent in the top flight. The three alternatives to Jadon Sancho on Man United’s wish list after Bale snub The world's biggest sports radio station It was the visitors who were totally dominating possession and Sibierski went close before Fowler's miskicked shot crept over the line two minutes into injury-time to break Norwich's hearts. them and us." Fowler saw a chipped effort sail comfortably over the bar and the ever-impressive Wright-Phillips' pace and trickery was once again posing major problems. And it was no surprise when Sibierski profited from some sloppy marking to glance in the visitors' opener from Kiki Musampa's excellent right-wing centre. Dean Ashton's superb flicked finish put the Canaries ahead and Ashton then turned provider as Leon McKenzie raced through to double the lead. The 2005–06 season was Manchester City Football Club's fourth consecutive season playing in the Premier League, the top division of English football, and its ninth season since the Premier League was first created with Manchester City as one of its original 22 founding member clubs. Liverpool news live: Thiago announced but legend has doubts, Wolves star next target He left for Real Madrid in 2009 and then joined Bayen Munich six years later, signing for the German giants while Guardiola was their manager.He has so far taken charge of 15 matches as Arsenal manager, winning eight and drawing five since taking his place in the Emirates Stadium dugout. The 2004–05 season was Manchester City Football Club's third consecutive season playing in the Premier League, the top division of English football, and its eighth season since the Premier League was first created with Manchester City as one of its original 22 founding member clubs.Overall, it was the team's 113th season playing in a division of English football, most of which have been spent in the top … Dean Ashton's superb flicked finish put the Canaries ahead and Ashton then turned …

There were still two minutes of normal time remaining, plus five for stoppages, when As for Pearce, he could reflect on City's best finish in the Premiership, though he admitted it felt "more like we've lost than drawn". Premier League match Norwich vs Man City 28.02.2005. A Norwich win seemed highly unlikely but Ashton almost scored with a rasping half-volley that was well blocked by James.

Despite being two goals to the good, Nigel Worthington's men - who included debutant Jason Shackell at centre-half - were looking anything but comfortable.

explained Pearce. "It's a cruel game, we started very well and to get the goals was a big plus but after it got two goals we stopped doing what had go us into that position. Joey Barton almost pulled City level but his fierce 20-yard shot was deflected wide. Pearce could reflect on at least four presentable opportunities in the opening half, with Kiki Musampa having his most incisive game since joining the club and Shaun Wright-Phillips frequently panicking Queudrue.

Confidence has never been a problem for Hasselbaink and his rasping shot was still rising as it struck the underside of the crossbar and flew into the net.

. As Weaver went into goal, James tore off his gloves, put on an outfield shirt (1 Weaver) and lumbered into attack. "It was incredible but I suppose they were only one moment away from making Stuart Pearce a genius." On this day back in 2005, David James was put upfront during Manchester City’s final Premier League match of the season against Middlesbrough. Overall, it was Robbie Fowler bagged a double as Manchester City came from two goals down to win a thriller at Carrow Road. Sibierski's stunning pass then sent Wright-Phillips racing away on the left and his superb pull-back was expertly tucked away by Fowler - his 150th Premiership goal.

Surreal? "I thought Ashton's performance up front was as good as I've seen from a Premiership striker this season and we've watched him a lot this season." Man United news: Dortmund angry at Woodward, Spurs told ‘writing on the wall’ for Kane Guardiola’s former assistant, Domenec Torrent, is one candidate as he is currently out of work following a spell in charge of New York City FC, while Alonso has also emerged as a target of City’s.Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)