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City went into this game chasing the title after a three-month unbeaten run.City did not look back, going on to win the league after scoring 49 goals more than second-placed Charlton Athletic.This game was significant not so much for City's victory, courtesy of the sort of Bruce Grobbelaar goalkeeping blunders that would shame even Loris Karius or Simon Mignolet, but the fact that it represented a rare low point in Liverpool's progress to the title under Bob Paisley.Former Liverpool striker Nicolas Anelka completed City's comeback with his second goal after Milan Baros had volleyed the Reds ahead.
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