Mourinho and Man United set to delay City's title again

West Bromwich Albion manager Alan Pardew during his team’s match against Burnley on 31 March. This was his last Premier League match as coach

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On the left-flank, January arrival Alexis Sanchez is certain to keep his spot for Sunday's game after his stellar performance against City last weekend, when he had a hand in all of United's three goals.

The Premier League side yesterday confirmed the appointment of Terraneo, who worked at Fenerbahce during the 2015/16 season.

A week after City surrendered a 2-0 lead to lose 3-2 to United and squander the chance to wrap up the title in flawless style against their arch-rivals, it was relegation-bound West Brom who served it up on a plate.

West Bromwich Albion must maintain focus and ignore talk of relegation from the Premier League in the final stretch of a dismal season, caretaker manager Darren Moore said on Friday.

Rodriguez was charged by the Football Association in February following allegations that he used abusive or insulting language towards Brighton & Hove Albion's Cameroon defender Gaetan Bong in a Premier League match the previous month.

Former West Brom boss Alan Pardew was thought to have given evidence in support of Rodriguez at Wembley earlier in the week, while some reports have stated that the forward also received character references from his former coaches Mauricio Pochettino and Eddie Howe.

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He also informed that the chief-minister had accepted the duo's resignation from the State Cabinet. Her body was found dumped in a forest near Rasana village seven days later.

Because of goal difference, United realistically needed to win all of their six remaining games and hope City lost their last five matches.

They have equalled the record for quickest title success held by United's 2000-01 team, winning the league with five games remaining.

Not for the first time this season at Old Trafford United started sluggishly and could have been a goal down after 12 minutes. Romelu Lukaku scored a hat-trick for the Baggies in a 5-5 draw against United in 2013, which was Ferguson's last fixture in charge.

Daniel Sturridge, Nacer Chadli and Sam Field could all be back in contention for West Brom.

Herrera had a penalty appeal waved away after seemingly being tripped by Craig Dawson, while Lukaku's powerful drive from Juan Mata's through ball was kept out by the face of Foster.

But few would have predicted it coming against De Gea. Chris Smalling had an attempt as the clock wound down and the full-time whistle saw City crowned champions.

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