Liverpool, Arsenal, Watford, Tottenham and Manchester United have all seen some great last minute winning goals.
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His strike secured City the league title over Manchester United, who had thought they were to win the trophy for roughly five minutes as their game ended just before.
It was a defining strike, and one of the best ever last minute goals, and to celebrate that day, we take a look at five of the best last minute strikes.
Steven Gerrard - Liverpool vs West Ham
Incidentally also on this day, back in 2006 Steven Gerrard netted an incredible long range goal to secure a 3-3 score in the FA Cup Final, ensuring Liverpool went through to penalties with the Hammers.
Aaron Lennon - Tottenham vs Arsenal
4-2 down in the 89th minute to North London rivals Arsenal, Jermaine Jenas netted to bring it back to 4-3. However, the scoring was not done, and Lennon took it into his own hands, netted a tap in, and secured an incredible draw for the Lilywhites.
Michael Thomas - Arsenal vs Liverpool
Like Aguero, Thomas netted a league winning goal for Arsenal in 1989, securing the 2-0 victory over Liverpool that took them above the Reds to claim the First Division as their own. It was the result needed for Arsenal to win, and Thomas will go down in history for his one-on-one finding the back of the net.
Troy Deeney - Watford vs Leicester
In a play-off semi-final in 2013, Leicester had a penalty in the 94th minute that would seem them through to Wembley if they scored it. The penalty was a dive, and karma was repaid as Manuel Almunia saved the spot-kick and the rebound, before the Hornets charged up the other end of the pitch and scored the goal that took them to Wembley instead.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - Manchester United vs Bayern Munich
Arguably THE defining last minute goal, United were 1-0 down in the 1999 Champions League Final, before coming back to win 2-1 and claim the treble - all in injury time. Firstly Teddy Sheringham scored the equaliser immediately as injury time started, before another corner meant Solskjaer netted the winning goal, creating history in the process.