sport news Paul Scholes was close to TEARS when Man United were pipped to the 2011-12 ... trends now

sport news Paul Scholes was close to TEARS when Man United were pipped to the 2011-12 ... trends now
sport news Paul Scholes was close to TEARS when Man United were pipped to the 2011-12 ... trends now

sport news Paul Scholes was close to TEARS when Man United were pipped to the 2011-12 ... trends now

Paul Scholes admits he was close to TEARS when Man United were dramatically pipped to the 2011-12 title by Man City thanks to Sergio Aguero's heroics against QPR... as he claims he saw their neighbours as bigger rivals than Liverpool Man United legend Paul Scholes revealed his heartbreak of losing the 11-12 title  The Red Devils were pipped to the crown by Man City in dramatic fashion   Scholes said he was nearly in tears after Sergio Aguero's late winner vs QPR He claimed United's games against City 'always felt bigger' than Liverpool  

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Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has revealed he was close to tears after the club were dramatically pipped to the Premier League title by rivals Manchester City in the 2011-12 season. 

Sergio Aguero fired in a last-gasp winner in stoppage time against QPR in one of the most iconic moments in top flight history to ensure City won their first ever league crown, with United's 1-0 win over Sunderland not enough to bring the trophy home.

United's players were pictured looking glum on the pitch at the Stadium of Light knowing their efforts were for nothing despite Wayne Rooney's strike putting them top of the table - with City 2-1 down - before Edin Dzeko levelled for the Citizens and Aguero broke United's hearts.

Paul Scholes has admitted he was close to tears when Man City beat United to the title in 2012

Paul Scholes has admitted he was close to tears when Man City beat United to the title in 2012

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