Robin Olsen and Aston Villa were so close to preventing Manchester City from taking the championship.
And it does not make it much better that the Swedish goalkeeper was attacked by City fans after the match when the pitch was invaded.
It apologizes to Manchester City now for on their website.
‘Manchester City would like to apologize to Aston Villa goalkeeper Robin Olsen, who was assaulted after the final whistle in today’s match as fans invaded the pitch.’
‘The club have launched an investigation and once they have been identified, they will be quarantined from the stadium indefinitely,’ writes Manchester City.
Decided his own fate
Manchester City came incredibly behind with two goals against Aston Villa, but with three goals in five minutes, the blue-clad got lit up during the Etihad in Manchester.
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Liverpool otherwise eyed a small chance to take the fuse on everyone and take the championship, but even though Liverpool managed to beat the Wolves, City themselves decided its fate.
One goal from Rodri and two from Gundogan in the final phase of the match secured City’s seventh English championship.