In the 89th minute of Manchester City’s clash with Crystal Palace, the Citizens could only hold their heads in their hands after conceding a late goal.
Sergio Aguero had scored a five-minute double to give Pep Guardiola’s side a lead but Fernandinho turned the ball into the back of his own net in the final minute to help the Eagles snatch a draw.
Tricky attacker Wilfried Zaha charged his way down the left-flank before drilling a low cross into the box, Fernandinho was left red-faced after knocking the ball into his own net from close range.
Take a look at Palace’s last-minute equaliser below:
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Pictures from DAZN.
Fernandinho’s costly blunder will be music to Liverpool fans’ ears, with Guardiola’s men dropping points this afternoon, this all but seals their first top-flight trophy in almost 30 years.