Mancini: We've been the entertainers

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Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini claims his team have been the best side to watch this season - whether they win the Barclays Premier League or not.

City are on the brink of winning their first title for 44 years as they head into their final game of the season leading the table on goal difference from Manchester United. Despite their advantage being only a slender one, City have earned plaudits for some outstanding play throughout the season, not least in 6-1 wins at both United and Norwich.

Norwich were also hammered 5-1 at the Etihad Stadium while Tottenham were vanquished by that scoreline at White Hart Lane. Mancini, accepting City could be pipped at the post on Sunday, said: "I think in the end the team that wins deserves to win, always. We have played the better football, 100%, even if we don't win, we played the better football."

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