For 83 Magical Seconds, Liverpool Had The Premier League Title. And Then...

Manchester City have won the English Premier League, but for a moment there, it was heading the other way.

To secure the first back-to-back EPL titles in a decade, all Manchester City had to do was beat lowly Brighton & Hove Albion.

Do that, and it wouldn't matter what Liverpool -- who trailed City by just a point in the title race -- did in their match against Wolves.

City won their match 4-1 in the end. Liverpool also won. But for a moment there, it was all upside down.

Liverpool scored early against Wolves, which meant that for a brief moment, they led the league.

Ten minutes later, Manchester City fell behind against Brighton, as their fans collectively held their heads in their hands. They now had to score twice. But the agony didn't last long.

Just 83 seconds later, City hit back through -- who else? -- Sergio Aguero.

It was, of course, Aguero who famously scored the winner six years ago as City stole the Premier League title off their despised rivals Manchester United in the last seconds of the 2012/13 season.

City scored again 10 minutes later. And then added two more, to put the issue beyond doubt.

For Liverpool, the Premier League drought continues. They have never won it since the old "Division One" rebranded as the "EPL" in the 1992/93 season.

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Liverpool fans can console themselves with having accumulated the highest ever points tally (97) for a team that finished second, and the lowest ever number of losses for a team that finished second (just the one loss).

They really were unlucky. Man City won their last 14 games straight to win this title.

For Liverpool, the last chance at some silverware in a memorable season comes in the Champions League final next month.

Liverpool fans will tell you they'd rather win the EPL than a European League, but on June 2, you get the feeling a win over Tottenham Hotspur might cheer them up.