1956 FA cup final

Manchester City win 3 -1 against Birmingham City with Hayes (3), Johnstone (62) and Dyson (64) scoring. It will forever be remembered as the Bert Trautmann final after he broke his neck making a save.

1967-68 league champions

Manchester City seal a dramatic league win by beating Newcastle United away 3-4 in the final game of the season finishing only two points clear of United. Summerbee (13), a double from Young and then the winner by Lee on 63 mins.

1969 FA Cup final

Manchester City beat Leicester City 1-0. Neil Young was the only scorer when Summerbee crossed the ball from the right and Young hit a left foot drive high past Peter Shilton.

1970 League cup final

Manchester City forced the game into extra time when Mike Doyle equalised an early Jeff Astle opener for West Bromwich United. In extra time Glyn Pardoe scored the winner in front of 97,963 supporters.

1969-70 Cup Winners Cup

Manchester City, in their famous red and black stripes, beat Polish outfit Górnik Zabrze 2-1 in the final. Neil Young opened the scoring on 12mins and Francis Lee scored the winning goal with a penalty on 43mins. Górnik Zabrze

1976 League Cup final

Manchester City beat Newcastle United 2-1 in the final. Peter Barnes scored the opener on 11mins but Gowling equalised on 35. Then in the 46min Dennis Tueart scored the most famous of Wembley goals; a stunning overhead kick to win the cup.

2011 FA Cup final

Yaya Toure scored the only goal (74) in front of 88,643 fans to win the final 1-0 against Stoke City. Toure was already the Wembley hero after defeating United 1-0 in the Semi-Final, scoring at the same end.

2011-12 league champions

Sergio Aguero scored the most dramatic injury time winner in Premier League history to snatch the title away from Manchester United. City were trailing OPR 2-1 in the 90min. Dzeko scored from a Silva corner to level. Then on 93:20 Balotelli slipped the ball the Aguero who blasted past Kenny.

2014 League cup final

Manchester City beat Sunderland 3-1 in the final. Trailing 1-0 at half time to an early Borini (10) goal, City rallied in the second half to score 3 goals led by Yaya Toure’s amazing finish (55). Nasri scored the second just 1 minute later and Navas added the third on...

2013-14 league champions

Liverpool pushed City all the way to the last day of the season but slipped at the final hurdle. City needed to avoid defeat against West Ham to be crowned champions. Nasri opened the scoring from outside the box (40) and early in the second half Kompany stabbed home (49)...

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CSKA Moscow 2 Manchester City 2 Match Report

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