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Pictures from the amazing 2011/12 Premier League season

Newsround looks back at one of the most gripping Premier League seasons ever!
And who better to start with than this man - Mario Balotelli. The Italian ace was always in the news, scoring one minute and getting sent off the next! We all thought he had ruined the title for City when he was red-carded against Arsenal late on in the season. But he came back and set up the winning goal on the last day, which secured them the trophy.
Mario Balotelli
Remember the big argument between City boss Roberto Mancini and Carlos Tevez? It meant that Tevez didn't play for five months. The two made up though and the striker returned to score some key goals.
City boss Roberto Mancini and Carlos Tevez
What a season it was for Arsenal's Robin van Persie! The Dutch striker was top-scorer netting a whopping 30 goals in the league including an incredible volley against Everton, and this cheeky chipped penalty against Wolves.
Robin van Persie
But Goal of the Season has to go to Newcastle's Papiss Cisse for his unbelievable swerving strike against Chelsea.
Papiss Cisse
Manchester United were eight points clear at the top of the table with just six games to go. But a shock defeat at Wigan, a draw against Everton and then losing to City put their blue rivals in control going into the last day.
Wayne Rooney
It was a terrible season for Wolves who sacked their manager Mick McCarthy and finished bottom. Blackburn and Bolton will join them playing Championship football next season after also being relegated.
Wolves in action
They sacked boss Andre Villas-Boas leaving them looking for their eighth manager in nine years. They ended up finishing sixth - their worst league result in a decade.
Andre Villas-Boas
Chelsea won the FA Cup yet again, beating Liverpool in the final, but in the league it was a terrible season for the Blues.
Chelsea win the FA Cup
United beat Sunderland and for a few minutes they thought they had won the league! City were 2-1 down against QPR going into injury time, needing a win to secure the trophy. But two goals in the dying seconds - one from Argentinian maestro Sergio Aguero snatched the game for City and the title from under the noses of United!
Sergio Aguero scores for City
What an amazing last day of the Premier League! And as Manchester City celebrate their first league title in 44 years, we'll look back at the highs and lows of one of the most gripping seasons ever!
Manchester City celebrate