All Huddersfield Town supporters know the impossible is possible, says David Wagner

All Huddersfield Town supporters know the impossible is possible, says David Wagner

Javier Howell
May 7, 2018

Two Manchester City fans held up a classy "get well Fergie" banner before their team lifted the English Premier League trophy today.

However, 15 of City's last 16 home games have ended with over 2.5 goals.

On a sunny day, there was a party feel inside and outside the Etihad and City produced one of its sloppiest displays of the season, with its final ball lacking and striker Gabriel Jesus barely getting a chance at goal.

"We can not deny it would be nice, but it's nicer to win the Premier League, that's the most important thing", the 47-year-old said.

When Kompany joined City in 2008, he could have barely thought that he would end up a three-time Premier League-winning skipper!

Former goalkeeper Bob Wilson made a speech and awarded the 68-year-old with his commemorative gold Premier League trophy. "No, no I am so satisfied but today the game, for example, the game it show me how hard it is".

We are predicting a 3-0 win for the hosts, and our pick is available at the best odds of 11/2 at Bet365. "I'm proud, over the moon, for the dressing room, the players, backroom staff and all the supporters that we were able to collect this point at this very crucial time of the season".

How Apple is spreading the wealth: $102 billion boon for shareholders
The iPhone X launched in November 2017 and starting at $1,000 and topping out at $1,150 it's Apple's most expensive handset ever. Along with the new authorization, the Board of Directors has also approved a 16% increase in the company's quarterly dividend .

Yet a 0-0 home draw with Huddersfield meant Guardiola's side were unable to set new benchmarks for the most points, goals and wins in
history.

Three points clear of the relegation zone, their fate is still in their own hands - but with Chelsea and Arsenal their remaining opponents, they can take nothing for granted.

After Manchester City tweeted in support of Alex Ferguson on Saturday, the mood at the Etihad was celebratory from start to finish yesterday as the coronation of Pep Guardiola's champions should be. The draw with Huddersfield was just a side show on a day of celebrations for City, who celebrated their record-breaking campaign with the bottles of champagne.

Jorgensen said: "We can't be too greedy".

"Of course what satisfies the most is the way we did it".

Scott Malone's 91st-minute strike was Huddersfield's first shot since the 30th minute and the first shot on target in the game since the 35th minute.