Manchester City have given three points back to Chelsea after being caught red handed 'faking the result'.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho declared after Sunday's game at The Etihad that the 3-0 scoreline was 'fake', as reported by the BBC and his side deserved to win.
In a remarkable turn of events, Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has admitted his team did just dominate Chelsea for 'banter', and has apologised and promised not to do it again.
He definitely did not say: "Jose's comments stung us hard. We worked all week with referee Martin Atkinson to come up with a ruse which would help Fernandinho look like a world class player.
"Unfortunately there was a leak and it appears Cesc Fabregas was in on it too. He took it too far.
"I'm worried for Jose though, he looks stressed. May be he should see a doctor?"
Jose Mourinho has since lodged a request with the Premier League and Manchester City to sanction a swap deal for Sergio Aguero and Radamel Falcao.
Asked for his thoughts on the fake result, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger did not say: "I didn't see it, but Jose has been faking wins over me for years. What's all the fuss about?"