Joey Barton Elbows Tevez & Kicks Aguero Manchester City 3-2 QPR @OGShuffz
Joey Barton faces a long ban from football after losing it against Manchester City.With his Queens Park Rangers side drawing 1-1 at the Etihad Stadium in their crunch final game of the season, he was sent off after appearing to elbow Carlos Tevez. And after that he kicked Sergio Aquero and nearly had a bust up with Mario Balloteli. Highlights of the match Joey Barton Red Card - Elbowing Tevez then Kicks Aguero (Manchester City 3 - QPR 2) Manchester City clinched the Premier League crown following a 3-2 win over Queens Park Rangers which was awash with drama. Needing to match Manchester United's result at Sunderland, City surrendered a first-half lead to 10-man Rangers before roaring back in added time to deny their neighbours the title in spite of their 1-0 win at the Stadium of Light. Pablo Zabaleta's 39th minute goal seemed to have put City on the road to victory and a first title in 44 years but the home side struggled to add a second to give them breathing space. Within three minutes of the break they were punished when Djibril Cisse took advantage of Joleon Lescott's awful mistake to bring Rangers level. The game took another swing in City's favour when Joey Barton was sent off for retaliating to a tangle with Carlos Tevez. His offence was compounded when he kicked out at Sergio Aguero as the QPR midfielder was dragged from the field. But with City laying siege to the Rangers goal and ready for the coup-de-gras, the visitors broke away through substitute Armond <b>...</b>
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