With the destiny of the 2021/22 Premier League Trophy going down to the final day, we look at the seven previous times the title was decided at the death.
What was at stake?
Like in 2021/22, Manchester City and Liverpool were the two contenders battling to be crowned champions on the final day.
City had won four matches in a row to go top by two points ahead of the Reds, who had surrendered their lead after a defeat to Chelsea and a draw with Crystal Palace.
Manuel Pellegrini's side hosted West Ham United, and needed only match Liverpool's result against Newcastle United at Anfield in order to claim the club's second PL crown.
How it unfolded
And it all went to plan for City as Liverpool's Martin Skrtel scored an own goal before they themselves went 2-0 up at the Etihad Stadium with strikes by Samir Nasri and Vincent Kompany.
Brendan Rodgers' team did rally and turned their match around, thanks to Daniel Agger and Daniel Sturridge, but City got the victory they needed to be champions as Liverpool were left to rue slipping up in the run-in.
See more on the 2013/14 season
Also in this series
1994/95: Blackburn triumph in dramatic day
1995/96: Man Utd triumph in style
1998/99: Cole's chip rescues Man Utd after scare
2007/08: Ronaldo hits 31 as United make it 10
2009/10: Eight-goal Chelsea end United's reign
2011/12: Aguero leaves it late to save Man City
2018/19: City survive scare to retain title