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Manchester City’s Premier League title push has suffered a major wobble this weekend as they drew 2-2 away at West Ham.

A point in the capital sets Manchester City up for a must win final day clash with Aston Villa as Liverpool wait to pounce, following their draw with West Ham.

However, despite the defending champions looking to close things out in the capital, it was West Ham on the offensive from the start in East London.

Man of the moment Jarrod Bowen raced on to Pablo Fornals’ long ball to steer the Hammers in front before the former Hull City man lashed them 2-0 in front just before the break.

But, City showed a champions mettle in the second period as Jack Grealish powered home and Vladimir Coufal glanced one into his own net.

And Pep Guardiola’s charges were gifted a golden chance to win in the dying moments but Lukasz Fabianski superbly denied Riyad Mahrez from the spot.

Full Time from the London Stadium it’s West Ham 2 Manchester City 2

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