Manchester City secured a massive three points over Leicester City on Monday to place one hand on the Premier League title.
Vincent Kompany’s stunning strike stole the show at the Etihad and proved to be the only goal of the game.
After the match, Raheem Sterling and Kyle Walker were able to see the funny side of their attempts to break the deadlock.
Sterling and Walker troll each other after Leicester
Both Sterling and Walker have proven themselves to be a very entertaining pair on Twitter by trolling each other in the past.
Following their crucial win over the Foxes, they once again returned to Twitter to reignite their trolling battle.
Sterling was full of praise for his captain’s wonder strike, but was less impressed by Walker’s attempt in the first-half.
The right-back blazed an effort well over the bar from a similar range to Kompany’s winner.
Sterling was quick to remind Walker of his atrocious effort by asking fans for replays.
When he was sent a replay of his teammate’s shot, his reaction was loved by City’s supporters.
However, Walker was not to be outdone by the 24-year-old, as he reminded Sterling of his own effort at goal.
Just after the start of the second-half, an incredible opportunity fell the way of Sterling.
At the back post, he had a free header from just a few yards out, but he somehow managed to head well over.
Manchester City vs Liverpool: Is the title race over?
Following Liverpool’s late triumph over Newcastle United, the pressure was on Man City to deliver at home to Leicester.
The Foxes, rejuvenated under the Reds’ former boss Brendan Rodgers, caused the defending champions many frustrations.
However, the club’s three-time league winning captain Kompany produced one of the biggest moments of the season to potentially win the title for Pep Guardiola’s men.
Despite City moving on to 95 points, though, they are yet to be confirmed as champions, showing the strength of Liverpool’s title bid.
But with Wolverhampton Wanderers up next for the Reds and a trip to Brighton and Hove Albion for City, the title looks set to remain at the Etihad.
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