Hollywood doesn’t make finales like this. If Carlsberg had done it you would be calling it probably the best finale in the world.

For those of you who didn’t get to witness it live, the last day of the Premier League was rich in ups and downs, heartache, disappointment, celebration and jubilation, all in equal measure.

Ironically the two teams who profited most, played out a thrilling encounter which saw Manchester City win and Queens Parks Rangers lose, meaning City are crowned champions and QPR will be playing in the top flight next year at Bolton’s expense.

Arsenal finished in third with their London rivals Spurs grabbing fourth spot meaning and outstanding season from Newcastle is capped with a fifth place finish.

At the end of a league campaign you get what you deserve and regardless of the whisperings that City bought the league, it takes more than just money to win silverware and they will be remembered as worthy champions.

For Manchester United it will  be a season to remember that hinges upon a bad away defeat to Wigan and dropped points against Everton when they held a 3-1 and 4-2 lead at Old Trafford. Ferguson will galvanize the troops and investment in the summer will be necessary.

Roberto Mancini knows the importance of Sergio Aguero’s last-minute winner. The monkey is off the collective backs of the blue moon faithful and with the abundance of talent and the financial backing of Sheikh Mansour, the City era is only getting started.