Manchester City have one hand on the Premier League title after defeating Leicester City 1-0 on Monday night.
Pep Guardiola's side were far from their best but managed to win thanks to a Vincent Kompany screamer.
With 20 minutes remaining, Kompany strode forward and smashed a 30 yard screamer beyond Kasper Schmeichel and into the net.
It is probably the best he has ever struck a ball and may well be the best he will ever strike a ball.
Man City now know a win against Brighton on the final day will make them back-to-back Premier League champions.
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A victory will also mean they win their fourth league title this decade.
However, none of that success would have come without their owners.
Before Sheikh Mansour bought the club in 2008, City were a struggling Premier League club.
But his financial backing meant Man City soon became one of Europe's best sides.
As a result of their drastic upturn in fortunes, many football fans mock Man City for the lack of success the club had enjoyed before 2008.
And Jamie Carragher also decided to mock Man City's history before their win yesterday.
Carragher was in attendance at the Etihad Stadium and he can be seen in an Instagram live video being taken by Gary Neville.
In the video Carragher can be seen saying to his colleague: "Gary, here's the legends lounge. There's no one in it."
Watch it below:
Ouch. Neville then joins in, joking that the room was occupied by little known Man City players Steve Lomas and Georgi Kinkladze.
While Carragher and Neville were mocking City before the game, the latter was full of praise for Kompany after his side's win.
"I was in this stadium when the Aguero goal went in and for these fans it can never get any better than that, but that's just run it very close," Neville said about Kompany's goal, per the Daily Mail.
"Kompany is someone everyone respects. He's outstanding on the pitch and off the pitch.
"You could have thought of a million ways this football game could have been decided and that wasn't one of them.
"It's a once in a lifetime moment. It's one of the iconic moments that we've seen in the last 20 years of the Premier League because of who scored it."News Now - Sport News