Sunday gave it some time, as did a handful of moments in the last month when it seemed like Manchester City was finally scoring points. Burnley in her house on Turf Moor were models of the philosophy of "Bending without interruption," experts in the dark arts of the Shithouserie. The city looked frustrated, and although they did not put much pressure into the defense, it seemed unlikely that a goal came.
Inevitably the gate came. When it happened, it was millimeters. After a scramble in the box Sergio Agüero found the ball between his feet and managed to throw the ball forward with just enough force so that Burnley defender Matthew Lowton did not get to the ball in time for the goal line of a whisker of a dog: Less than three inches stood between City and a possibly losing title draw:
Liverpool has always been an incredible story, with end-of-january to early-march looking for four crucial draws. On Friday, the Pool Boys in Anfield destroyed 5-0 in the league worst Huddersfield, the sixth consecutive victory in all competitions (and the 10th overall victory in a row). The last time that Liverpool was seriously challenged was a wild 2-1 win over Tottenham, the biggest remaining stumbling block in the league on the final day of March (disrespectful to Chelsea, who took the lead with a comfortable 2-0 win) for Liverpool a few weeks ago).
The Reds have not lost points since 0-0 against city rivals Everton on 3 March and their only loss throughout the season is the best game of the season: a 2-1 defeat to Manchester City on 3 January , As with Sunday's City Burnley Match, this game showed a millimeter thin line between goal and no goal: 
While some legitimate obstacles in the way of both teams (19659004) Liverpool has traditionally been poor at St. James's Park, where they face Newcastle this weekend, and they have to arrange a weird Wolves team on the final day of the season, City hosting an impressive and confident Leicester City club on Monday , one of Brendan Rodgers, the former Liverpool coach who had nearly won the league just a few years ago with the Reds, is likely to win both and City will give the title and Liverpool a point of 97 for a season Team that has not won the title, will be the best of times and third overall.
Often, the tales of the title race are not focused on outstanding e services, but on prominent glitches, such as the Gerrard Slip. However, this way of thinking contradicts the reality of football. Even if Aymeric Laporte should slip out of City against Brighton in the final seconds of the last game, resulting in a draw that gives Liverpool the title, City has not "bottled" the title. Although there is a real pressure among the players that did not exist in August, the points are always worth the same if you pick them up. The season in the city will not be a failure as it scores 96 points instead of 96.
Similarly, Liverpool's four draws in 2019 should not be seen as evidence in silent debates about whether Liverpool was "swallowed". Liverpool's 2018-19 season was almost flawless, and in any other season (the only exceptions this season and last season) they would go to the title. Moments are valuable because they help us contextualize a larger narrative, but in football they are only a handful of moments in a marathon of consequence.
Scores played on the last day cost as much as points lost on the first day And thanks to the best title race England has ever seen, the dropped points were less and farther in between. That the two best teams in England are hot on their heels and with such ridiculous scores is a gift that can take away no slip, goal-line technology or a mature form from anyone who has been invested in the last nine years months. Who wins the title after all, will be the proud owner of one of the best achievements of European club football history. Perhaps more importantly, anyone who takes second place can hold his head high because he knows he has lost only because of the best margins in a sport, with the line between success and failure, fame and bleakness only a few millimeters.